Just like the protective sun tan lotion you’ve got stockpiled for your summer holiday, we’ve also got you covered with this latest batch of super affordable lease deals.
And while your budget might be modest, your choice of vehicle doesn’t need to be small - because we’ve also got the generously-sized Hyundai Tucson SUV and the Audi A4 saloon on offer - all for less than £300 per month.
So, if you’re scouring the web looking for the car leasing companies offering the very best cheap car leasing options, stop browsing, linger right here, and read on to find out what Select Car Leasing has in stock and ready to go:
Best Value Car Lease Deals May 2022
We don’t mean to brag, but here at Select Car Leasing we’ve got lease cars to suit all budgets, from superminis to drool-inducing supercars.
And with this batch of special offers for May, we’re concentrating on gleaming new motors that are within reach for most household budgets.
Take the Volkswagen Polo, for example, a sibling to the larger VW Golf and which was the fifth best-selling car in the UK in 2021. The Polo we have up for grabs boasts a frugal 1.0 litre turbo-charged petrol engine that’ll return in excess of 50 miles to the gallon - not too shabby if you’re trying to avoid having to give your hard-earned cash to fuel companies.
You should also take a look at the Nissan Juke, a car that pretty much invented the craze for SUV-hatchback crossovers and which has arguably never looked so good than it does right now in terms of its styling.
And remember that these hand-picked deals are just a selection of what’s on offer - check out the Select Car Leasing special offers pages for the full catalogue.
Kia Picanto Hatchback
The Kia Picanto is one of the cheapest cars you can lease right now - but don’t mistake ‘affordable’ for ‘cheap and cheerful’, because this supermini is still brimming with tech and has style to boot.
The engine is a solid 1.0 litre petrol mill with enough power to negotiate the rat race while also giving you fuel economy of 60 mpg plus.
Sitting a rung down from the slightly larger Kia Rio, standard equipment on this base ‘1’ Picanto includes everything from Bluetooth and Hill Start Assist to Automatic Headlight Control.
There’s also 5 doors and a spacious 255 litre boot - larger than the one you get with a Hyundai i10 - which makes the Picanto practical, too.
Volkswagen Polo Hatchback
As far as small hatchbacks are concerned, the dependable Polo sets a benchmark for others to follow.
The particular lease deal is for the entry-level Polo ‘Life’ model. And you can expect, as standard, LED headlights, 15 inch alloys, wireless app-connect for phone synching, and a great air-con system for when the weather is warm.
The nippy 1.0 litre petrol engine is also a winner, offering decent power of 80 PS while also giving lease customers 51 mpg.
Nissan Juke Hatchback
The Nissan Juke has been making a statement on UK roads for more than 10 years - and a decade’s worth of owners can’t all be wrong.
The Juke is Nissan’s iconic SUV crossover, almost like a more compact version of the Qashqai.
And a recent style makeover has, in our eyes, made the Juke more aesthetically-pleasing than it has ever been. It also means the Juke is still more than a match for rivals like the Ford Puma and SEAT Arona.
This ‘Visia’ model is the base variant, but still boasts goodies like cruise control, Intelligent lane intervention and Nissan’s Lane departure warning system.
Hyundai Tucson SUV
Affordable SUVs are something of a God-send for families who need plenty of space for the dogs and sprogs and who also crave a lofty ride height for optimum road composure.
The Tucson sits below the larger Santa Fe seven-seater in the Hyundai range, and has lots going for it.
This ‘SE Connect’ variant comes with full phone connectivity, parking sensors at the rear, dual-zone air-con, and Hyundai’s ‘Forward Collision Avoidance Assist’ system, which helps you spot dangers before they become a problem.
It also boasts a 1.6 ‘TGDi’ petrol engine with decent grunt - power of 150 PS - while still returning 40+ miles to the gallon .
Audi A4 Saloon
Business class luxury for less than three hundred quid a month? This is a car lease deal that’ll appeal to a lot of customers - so don’t miss out.
And this model is a base ‘Technik’ A4, which comes as standard with eye-catching 17 inch alloys, LED headlights, a full-on parking system with rear-view camera, and a multimedia hub with sat-nav as well as a 10 inch infotainment touchscreen.
The 2.0 litre ‘35 TFSI’ diesel engine is a belter, too, combining a 0-62mph acceleration time of just 8.2 Seconds with wallet-friendly fuel economy of almost 60 mpg.
Mini Hatchback Electric
The all-electric Mini differs slightly from the regularly-fuelled Mini hatchback by having a new trim level system.
Rather than having the ‘Cooper’ or the red-hot ‘John Cooper Works’ variants you see with petrol-powered Minis, the Electric has ‘Level 1’, ‘Level 2’ and ‘Level 3’.
And this deal is for a Level 2 model - one that Mini says features ‘timeless design features, cool tech and practical touches’.
You get sport seats, ambient lighting, a 8.8 inch infotainment touchscreen, and a leather-wrapped sport steering wheel.
And thanks to a 32.6 kWh battery you can also enjoy power of 180 PS, a rapid 0-62mph acceleration time of 7.3 seconds, and a range of up to 144 miles between charges.
The electrified powertrain supports rapid charging at up to 50 kW DC, for those quick replenishes when you’re on the go.
*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 09/05/22.
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