Best In-Stock Leasing Deals of the week

Best In-Stock Leasing Deals of the week

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Best In-Stock Leasing Deals of the week

Picture this. Time has snuck up on you and your current vehicle is up for collection within the next month. Shock! Now you have been put in a situation where you are scrambling trying to find a last-minute replacement. Never fear, Applied Leasing are here! Corny, we know. This week we have carefully curated for you our Top 5 In-stock leasing offers.  At the time of writing, all these deals were available from stock. Please contact the Applied Leasing team or visit our site for more details.

Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost 95 Active Edition Manual

£1227.15 inc vat initial rental, £136.35 inc vat per month, 24 Months, 8000 Miles per year – Personal Contract Hire

Ford’s Fiesta has always been affordable and great to drive. The active edition embraces the traditional Fiesta formula but adds a ‘rugged body styling kit’ and ‘rough road suspension’ which increases the ride height. For more lifestyle orientated people, the Active edition may be more appealing. 

The Ford Fiesta has garnered a reputation for being one of the cheapest superminis to run and this continues. Take the volume 95PS 1.0 EcoBoost petrol unit, which puts out 94g/km of NEDC-rated CO2 and manages a WLTP-rated combined cycle fuel return of 55.4mpg. That is better than the entry-level 1.1-litre Ti-VCT petrol unit (which manages 102g/km and 53.3mpg).

BMW X5 SUV xDrive30 3.0 M Sport Auto 7 Seat

£4495.95 +vat initial rental, £499.55 +vat per month, 48 months, 5000 Miles per year – Business Contract Hire

BMW’s X5 was the original ‘Sports Activity Vehicle’. And in fourth generation guise, it’s more sophisticated than ever before. The BMW X5. It was the car that, back at the turn of the century, completely changed the way we thought about large, plush 4x4s. Vastly popular 2.2 million X5s have been sold since this model line first appeared back in 1999.

This xDrive30d diesel uses 3.0-litre unit, but it features a single turbocharger with a maximum output of 265hp while offering 620Nm of torque and a 62mph sprint time of 6.5 seconds.

MG Motors ZS SUV Elec 44.5kWh Excite EV Auto

£2028.69 inc vat initial rental, £225.41 inc vat per month, 48 months, 8000 Miles per year – Personal Contract Hire

MG Founder Cecil Kimber wanted to make cars that would be, in his words, ‘affordable and fun to drive’. Well, this ZS model is a small SUV that claims to tick both those boxes while offering class-leading interior space and exceptional value for money. It all sounds promising and sure enough in this revised form, this ZS delivers the company’s most credible contender yet.

This is the full electric ZS EV battery-powered model.  Powered by a 44.5kWh, water-cooled lithium-ion battery which has a WLTP-rated driving range certified at 163 miles. There’s 105kW of power, equivalent to 143PS, and the 62mph benchmark is dispatched in just 8.5s.

Mercedes-Benz C Class Saloon C220d 2.0d 194 AMG Line Edition Auto

£2230.65 +vat initial rental, £247.85 +vat per month, 36 months, 8000 Miles per year – Business Contract hire

This much improved version of the fourth generation Mercedes C-Class features a package of significant enhancements. The exterior revisions are subtle but inside there are important changes, including the option of a fully-digital instrument cluster. The driving experience has been enhanced with the optional application of Mercedes’ latest autonomous driving technology. The C-Class has for some time been, and will continue to be, a car with a clear focus on comfort and refinement.

BMW 2 Series Coupe 218i M Sport Manual

£1757.70 inc vat initial rental, £195.30 inc vat per month, 48 month, 5000 miles per year – Personal Contract Hire

BMW used to be a company with an unerring ability to zero in on the bullseye. That was fairly easy when your range consisted of 3, 5, 6 and 7 Series cars. Today though, the brand has its 1, 2, and 4 Series models, plus X1, X3, X5, X6 and Z4 series cars, as well as the various Gran Coupe and Active Tourer options. The range has ballooned and the quality in depth is inevitably a little more variable. There are some great cars and some not so brilliant model lines. This 2 Series Coupe might well be right near the top of the tree.