All of the car leasing deals outlined here represent some of the best special offers available right now. With many in stock too - so there’s no waiting around to get behind the wheel of your gleaming new vehicle.
And we’re pretty confident you’re going to appreciate just how affordable these lease options are.
Take a look at the Ford Fiesta ST-Line, for example, available here from £187 per month*.
We’re talking about an award-winning city car that boasts one of the best 1.0 litre petrol engines on the face of the Earth, in the form of its ‘EcoBoost’ mill, and which offers spirited performance while still returning upwards of 50 miles to the gallon.
On the flip side, the new all-electric Fiat 500 represents the next generation of supermini, coming loaded with tech and also with a range between charges of 186 miles.
And you can check out our full range of March deals via the Select Car Leasing car lease deal pages.
Leasing: The Affordable Way To Drive New in March 2022
With things looking uncertain at every turn right now, it’s good to keep your family budget in check.
Which is where these car lease deals come into their own. Not only do they offer considerable savings, we also believe they represent some of the most competitive prices in the industry.
And don’t just take our word for it, have a look yourself.
The KIA EV6 is one of the most talked-about cars in the UK right now, having just won a clutch of industry awards. One can now be parked on your drive, thanks to Select Car Leasing, for just £412 per month*.
With those fixed monthly leasing payments, you can experience financial peace of mind while also enjoying all the benefits that come with a modern vehicle with all the safety and driver assistance systems that a used car simply might not have.
You also don’t have to stomach the huge depreciation costs that come with driving a brand new car off a forecourt.
What’s more, the whole process is really simple, too, just like ordering anything online.
Land Rover Range Rover Velar D200
Nobody does imposing, luxurious, state-of-the-art SUVs quite like Land Rover. And while this Range Rover Velar might be fuelled by diesel, it somehow pulls-off the clever trick of being both sporty and frugal.
The ‘D200’ 2.0 litre engine is packing power of 204 bhp, which equates to a 0-62mph sprint time of just 8.2 seconds. That’s not bad at all for an all-wheel-drive vehicle equally at home in a ploughed field as it is on the leafy side-streets of Belgravia.
Allied to that performance is fuel economy of up to 44 mpg, courtesy of an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
You don’t have to skimp on equipment, either. This particular Velar comes with a 10 inch infotainment touch screen, ambient lighting and eight-way heated front seats, as well as driver assistance systems such as lane keep assist, parking sensors front and rear, and a rear-view camera.
Want to know more? Read our independent Range Rover Velar review!
Audi Q4 e-tron
The Audi Q4 e-tron isn’t as large as the Range Rover Velar, sitting as it does between the Audi Q3 and Audi Q5. The Velar also has the bigger boot - 632 litres compared with the Q4 e-tron’s 520 litres.
But for a similar monthly leasing cost, you can enjoy the industry-leading range between charges that the all-electric e-tron brings.
This particular deal is for a base Q4 e-tron ‘Sport’ model, but don’t assume that it’s not loaded with kit. You get 19 inch alloys, front sport seats, an 11.6 inch touchscreen as well as Audi’s ‘Virtual Cockpit’. And this car also comes with the Audi ‘Tech Pack’, ie, a 36-month subscription to Audi Connect Infotainment Services.
Want to know more? Read our independent Audi Q4 e-tron review!
Mercedes-Benz GLC 220d
If you think that diesel power is so last season, think again.
Enticing interiors have long been the name of the game for Mercedes-Benz, and this particular lease deal doesn’t disappoint.
This is an ‘AMG Line’ model, complete with heated AMG sport seats, a flat-bottomed three-spoke Nappa leather steering wheel, and the firm’s MBUX multimedia system with DAB digital radio and a 10.25-inch touchscreen display.
You also get driver assistance systems like collision prevention assist and cruise control.
Meanwhile the 220d engine has plenty of power while also returning close to 45 mpg.
Want to know more? Read our independent Mercedes-Benz GLC review!
One look at the KIA EV6 trophy cabinet and you know you’re onto a winner.
In recent weeks this futuristic, all-electric SUV crossover has picked up the coveted ‘Car of the Year’ gong at the What Car? Awards. For good measure, the EV6 also took home the ‘Electric SUV of the Year’ prize at the same shindig.
And if you’re looking for an electric alternative to more traditional SUVs, like the Mercedes-Benz GLC, above, then the EV6 should be right up there on your list of options.
This deal is for the base, rear-wheel drive ‘Air’ model with the 77.4kWh battery. It’ll accelerate from 0-62mph in just 7.2 seconds while also enjoying a range of 328 miles between charges. The EV6 will support peak charging power of around 250 kW, too.
And standard kit with the ‘Air’ model includes everything from vegan upholstery and a heated steering wheel to an eye-catching, curved 12.3 inch infotainment touchscreen.
Want to know more? Read our independent KIA EV6 review!
Ford Fiesta ST-Line Vignale
The Ford Fiesta has been a plucky little hero of UK roads for the best part of four decades - and the car’s popularity doesn’t look like waning any time soon.
One of the Fiesta’s party pieces is its 1.0 litre EcoBoost petrol engine, a three-cylinder mill that’s sprightly when you want it to be but which also offers great economy - upwards of 52 mpg.
The lease we’ve got as a special offer is for a mid-range ST-Line Vignale model. This version comes with 18 inch alloys, rear privacy glass, ST-Line body styling and grille, and sports-tuned suspension, the latter of which will give you more confidence during spirited cornering.
You’ll also enjoy a host of driver aids as standard, including driver alertness detection, cruise control, traffic sign recognition, rear parking sensors and a rear view camera.
Want to know more? Read our independent Ford Fiesta review!
Fiat 500 La Prima 42 kWh
The new Fiat 500 is a perfect example of how the old and the new can come together to create something that’s truly unique.
It’s a car that still has the beloved, retro styling of old, but with an all-electric powertrain it’s also ultra-modern - and pretty much unmistakable.
The version we have here is the ‘La Prima’ model and, you’ll be pleased to learn it comes as standard with a striking panoramic sunroof.
Add to that 360 degree parking sensors, autonomous driving tech, parking sensors, and keyless start, and you’ve got yourself a brilliant package at a very affordable cost.
The 42 kWh battery has a range of 186 miles and the 500 electric will also support fast charging at up to 85kW.
Want to know more? Read our independent Fiat 500 Electric review!
*Prices include VAT. Credit is Subject to Status, Ts and Cs and Arrangement Fees apply. Excess mileage may apply. Stock levels and prices correct as of 16/03/22.
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