Our Halloween Car Leasing Deal Offers
Halloween is just around the corner - but there’s nothing scary about these monster car lease deals we’ve lined up for October.
If you’re looking to lease a car this month, then you absolutely need to check out the spook-tacular offers our team of leasing specialists has uncovered for Select Car Leasing customers.
Because whether you’re looking for an all-electric lease stalwart like the Nissan Leaf, a frugal family hatchback like the SEAT Leon, or something much more exotic - like a plug-in hybrid Porsche Cayenne - the monthly cost of leasing a sophisticated modern vehicle is falling like the autumn leaves.
Take the powerful BMW 3 Series 318i M Sport, for example, which you can admire on your driveway for a snip over £280 per month including VAT with this month's car lease deal.
If you need something more practical, then leasing the spacious Skoda Octavia - which returns up to 61 mpg - can be yours for just £195 per month.
Meanwhile we also have the super stylish Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupe lease in hot AMG Line Premium trim - complete with ambient lighting and a 10.25 inch infotainment screen - for circa £290 per month.
Best Value Deals October 2021
When it comes to cracking car lease deals, here at Select Car Leasing we’ve got a fantastic range of models for you to choose from.
Lease cars have been tricky to find for many in the industry recently, down to a global shortage of what’s known as ‘semiconductors’ - the electronic circuits used in the microchips that feature in modern cars and which help to control everything from the car’s airbags to automatic parking assistance.
When Covid-19 struck, the factories that produce semiconductors closed their doors, and production hasn’t quite caught up yet.
The good news, however, is that because of Select Car Leasing’s size and enviable network of suppliers, we still have great lease deals on so many of the top makes and models , and even an enviable supply of great in-stock deals too!
And the deals below are a great illustration of that fact.
Leasing: The Affordable Way To Drive A New Car
Lots of people who enjoy a brand new car lease vehicle have cottoned-on to the fact that buying a car outright is expensive - but a personal contract hire, the technical term for leasing a car, is a much simpler way of getting the most out of your household budget. The plug-in hybrid Suzuki Across SUV that we’ve got in our selection of deals below, for example, would set you back a cool £45,599 to purchase from a forecourt. With a lease deal, on the other hand, you can enjoy the recently-launched Across for £413 per month.
And, overall, the UK lease car market is expanding rapidly.
In the UK, around 6.5 million vehicles are now leased, with customers able to take advantage of all the latest driver assistance technology and fuel-saving hybrid systems that come with state-of-the-art, ultra-modern vehicles. With unchanging fixed monthly payments throughout the life of your contract, you can also enjoy financial peace of mind.
The whole process is really simple, too, just like ordering a product online. Simply head to our website, choose your preferred model, select what trim level you want as well as the appropriate annual mileage, choose the contract length, then just click the ‘enquire’ button and one of our expert leasing consultants will be in touch.
And that means the VW Golf and SEAT Leon share the same underpinnings, or ‘platform’, as the men in white coats who design cars put it.
The great thing about the Leon is that it’s much more affordable to lease than the VW Golf, even though they’ll appeal to the same customers. And there are many critics who’d tell you that the Leon is actually the better car, both in terms of its sharper styling and also it’s more youthful handling.
This particular Leon is arguably the one you want. The 1.0 litre engine is punchy yet economical, returning around 50 miles to the gallon, while the ‘FR’ trim gives you sports bumpers, wireless phone charging and front and rear parking sensors.
Read more about what our experts made of the Seat Leon in our full length review below:
The all-electric Nissan Leaf for less than two hundred quid a month? We think this leasing deal is going to prove popular.
This particular Leaf we have on offer is the base ‘Acenta’ model. But don’t be fooled into thinking that because it’s the first rung on the Leaf ladder it’s not well equipped.
You get a 40kWh battery offering a range of up to 168 miles. As with a lot of electric cars, the Leaf is also pretty rapid, accelerating from 0-62mph in just 7.9 seconds.
You’ll get 50kW Quick Charger Capacity to keep you on the move.
Meanwhile the Leaf remains one of the safest cars on the road. A recent update brough Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention (IBSI) as standard while you can also expect Intelligent Cruise control (ICC), Intelligent lane intervention and a rear-view camera.
Read more about what our experts made of the Nissan Leaf in our full length review below:
This PHEV Porsche Cayenne e-Hybrid is all about having your cake and eating it.
A 3.0 litre V6 engine is married to an electric battery, providing a combined 462 PS of power and a hefty 700 NM of torque - more than enough for you to have a whole heap of fun.
You’ll get down the road from 0-62mph in a blistering 5.0 seconds flat.
And yet you’ll also avoid having to fill the tank every five minutes, thanks to a fuel economy figure of up to 91 mpg and an electric consumption of up to 25.1 kWh/100 km.
You can also expect the Cayenne e-Hybrid to come well-equipped as standard, including ParkAssist front and rear, a reversing camera, cruise control, and Porsche’s road-hugging all-wheel-drive system.
Read more about what our experts made of the Porsche Cayenne e-Hybrid in our full length review below:
If you’re looking for a robust SUV with a great reputation for reliability, the Suzuki Across is a must-consider.
A relatively new arrival to the Suzuki stable, the Across is the result of a unique partnership with fellow manufacturer Toyota. It means the Across shares lots in common with the brilliant Toyota RAV4.
And the plug-in hybrid Across marries electric motors with a 2.5 litre petrol engine, which equates to 270Nm of torque combined with rapid acceleration and high cruising speeds.
The Across also features Toyota’s patented ‘E-Four’ electronic 4x4 system meaning you should be able to tackle just about any terrain Britain can throw at you.
The system features an independent 40kW rear motor that works in conjunction with the front motor to provide traction when you need it - such as when taking off on slippery surfaces, or when trying to negotiate leaf-covered roads this autumn.
Read more about what our experts made of the Suzuki Across E-Four in our full length review below:
The BMW 3 Series is an absolute stalwart of the UK motoring scene, having provided executive comfort in a compact form since the mid-1970s.
And this particular ‘M Sport’ model should appeal to a wide section of lease customers.
The engine on offer here is the ‘318i’ - a petrol unit offering power of 156 hp, an acceleration time of 0-62mph in 8.4 seconds, and great economy of up to 44 mpg.
The M Sport trim level also sits above the base SE models, and comes with goodies like an M Sport leather steering wheel, a 10.25 inch infotainment screen and BMW’s ‘Active Guard Plus’ driver assistance system, which includes lane departure warning, collision and pedestrian warning with city braking, and cruise control with braking function.
Read more about what our experts made of the BMW 3 Series range in our full length review below:
This AMG Line Premium model sits in the middle of the CLA range.
And it’s generously equipped as standard, coming with a 10.25 inch touchscreen media display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 64-colour interior ambient lighting system as well as a full suite of driver assistance systems.
Those extras include active lane keeping assist, attention assist - which makes sure you’re not nodding-off on long journeys - and cruise control with limiter.
It’s also one of the best-looking vehicles in the entire Mercedes-Benz stable.
Read more about what our experts made of the Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupe in our full length review below:
A trusty workhorse for a great many lease customers, the Skoda Octavia is as well-appointed as it is roomy.
And as Skoda itself points out, it’s a vehicle that’s ‘ready for anything’.
Power comes from Skoda’s tried and tested 1.0 TSI petrol engine, which offers decent power of 110 bhp and also means you won’t spend a fortune at the pumps, with fuel economy in excess of 60 mpg.
This SE trim level is the base model - yet it’s still brilliantly equipped.
It comes with 16 inch alloys, a 10 inch infotainment touchscreen, LED headlights as well as cruise control with speed limiter. Lease customers also get hill start assist, lane assist, and rear parking sensors with manoeuvre assist.
All in all, it’s a great package that won’t drive a hole through your budget.
Read more about what our experts made of the Skoda Octavia in our full length review below:
*Prices include VAT. Credit is Subject to Status, Ts and Cs and Arrangement Fees apply. Excess mileage may apply. Prices correct as of 07/10/2021.
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