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Car leasing is an agreement between an individual or business and a leasing company. This agreement allows that individual or business to essentially rent a vehicle for an agreed period for fixed monthly payments, usually two to five years. You won’t own the car you lease, and you’ll return it at the end of the term. As you don’t own it, it often gives you access to brand new cars at lower prices.
Car leasing means that you do not own the vehicle so you won’t have to worry about depreciation over time or road tax (as that’s the responsibility of the leasing company). A leased vehicle is brand new and under warranty for most, if not the entire duration, of the contract. There’s also an option of rolling maintenance costs into your monthly payments too, making a contract hire agreement accessible for many.
Car leasing is a great option if you would like to change your vehicle on a regular basis, normally for a new vehicle each time. To find out more, check out our guide here.
Generally, buying a car outright is the cheapest way of owning a new car. This would not include any type of finance but paying the old-fashioned way with cash. However, if you don’t have the cash upfront or don’t want to pay a lump sum, car leasing is a great alternative. Normally, leasing allows you to drive a vehicle that may be more expensive than you could normally afford.
Contract hire agreements allow you to keep costs down, but there are a few variables that will be used to calculate the overall cost and, in turn, your monthly payments.
Each of these factors is used to calculate a deal that’s unique to you. Age is one of the major factors that can affect price, so check out our guide on used cars and leasing. The time you lease your car can also affect the deals you’ll have access to.
If you’re still trying to get your head around leasing, then check out the FAQs below. For more information check out our guides, and if you still have questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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Business car leasing (BCH) is generally used for a business/company to rent a vehicle to be used by an employee or as a pool car. The lease agreement is in the name of the business. VAT registration is always advantageous as this type of car leasing would attract VAT and a percentage could be recoverable. Car leasing (PCH) however, is used for private individuals and partnerships, and therefore VAT would be included in all rentals and not recoverable. The lease agreement is in the name of the individual.
Both car leasing and business car leasing include the same benefits. These benefits can include maintenance, tyres, and breakdown if selected and also include Vehicle Excise Duty or Road Fund Licence.
If your vehicle is funded via an operating lease, then VED for the duration of the contract is not included. Motor Insurance is not included and a comprehensive cover is required as a condition of the agreement.
Normally, motor insurance is not part of the car leasing package, however, we do have a product that includes motor insurance, as part of the car lease.
Find out about leasing with insurance here: Total Care
At the end of the car leasing agreement, the finance company comes and picks up the car from you. As explained in our what is car leasing guide, ownership of the car is always with the finance company and there is no default option to purchase the car at the end, therefore the finance company is simply collecting their own vehicle back from you.
The finance company will send correspondence to you via email or letter with instructions on how the handover will happen this will include a suitable date and time as well as giving the notice to make sure the car has had a valet and any damage over fair wear and tear has been resolved (if it is not resolved a bill will be created after an inspection where you are present).
It is the leaseholder's responsibility to arrange collection of the car and it is not a service AllCarLeasing® provides.
What if I want to extend the contract?
If you are enjoying the car and don't want to give it back just yet then you will need to contact the company after 12 months of receiving it and they will more than likely sort it out then and there. Please note this is not a guaranteed event and they will take into consideration the condition of the car and any missed payments etc during the agreement.
The finance company is not obligated to extend your contract.
What if I want to buy the car?
If you enjoy the car and you want to become the owner, then again you will need to speak with the finance company to agree on a figure. Typically it will be in the form of a balloon payment at the end of the contract hire agreement. We always recommend assuming that the finance company will not want to sell the car to you at the end of the contract.
If the ownership of the vehicle is something you want then we would not recommend leasing but recommend PCP/HP/outright purchase/alternative finance instead.
Please note the finance company is not obligated to do this and it is at their discretion.
What if I want to cancel the contract?
Because we use various finance companies there is no set rule for all, it is always best to as your account manager when negotiating. However, a rule of thumb is that you won't be able to cancel in the first 12 months and after that period the charge is 50% of the total of the remaining rental. Please note, this differs from the finance company to finance company and it is always best to ask your account manager beforehand and the finance company during. For more information on cancelling your contract and your consumer rights, click here.
Your decision, whether to buy or lease a car is a tough choice. If you buy a car, it normally involves higher monthly costs, VED (Vehicle Excise Duty) every year, MOTs, maintenance costs, etc, but you own the car. If you lease a car, it has lower monthly costs and lets you drive a vehicle that may be more expensive as well as budgeting for other costs via a maintenance contract (if required)
Please consider the below factors:
Do you have a cash lump sum to pay for the vehicle?
Generally, cars are depreciating assets, so you will be outlaying a lot of money for something that loses value monthly.
How long will you keep the car for?
The average time an individual would keep a car (whether purchased new or used) is 3 years. This is due to serviceability (the older it gets the more it will cost) and also vanity (you want to be seen driving modern cars)
After the 3 years have passed, your vehicle will have a value – known as a residual value
Car leasing is calculated using purchase price, annual mileage, and contract length which is used to calculate the residual value
You then pay for the use of the vehicle over the contract term – normally 24-48 months
If you buy a car outright (i.e. pay cash) then the cost of usage is the purchase price less residual value, plus any costs, especially VED
Same principle for car leasing
Do you have a monthly budget in mind?
Car leasing allows you to drive a more expensive vehicle than you would ordinarily drive by purchasing or other types of funding.
Monthly payments for car leasing are usually lower than a monthly car loan or traditional car finance, so this could mean you are paying less each month for driving the same car.
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