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Posted on March 24th, 2017
Ahead of the first race in Melbourne tomorrow signalling the start of the new season for Formula 1, here are a few facts and tips to help you get involved.
Formula 1 is often referred to as the peak of motorsport with many drivers who compete in track racing aspiring to become formula one drivers. Three-time British champion Lewis Hamilton began his career at the age of 8 kart racing. Drivers in formula one often earn the most money, drive the fastest cars on a track and race for the FIA world championship. Teams such as Mercedes-AMG, Scuderia Ferrari and Red Bull Racing all look each year to be the number one constructor.
This year sees lower cars that are wider and designed to go much faster. With these changes comes upset, and although Mercedes have dominated the standings for the past three years since the turbo powered engines were introduced, pre-season testing tells a new story. Lewis Hamilton the returning driver for Mercedes formula 1 has said the Ferraris are the car to beat this year. With drivers, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel and previous world champion Kimi Raikkonen the team’s lap times were impressive. However, Sebastian isn’t celebrating just yet because Lewis Hamilton has a very quick car and a list of F1 records including most career points, most pole positions at different grand prix and the most consecutive races where he was at least 1 lap in the lead by the chequered flag.
There are ten teams again in this year’s world championship and each is hoping to win or managing expectations improve on last year’s results.
The dominant team for the last few year was Mercedes and they start the season with their new Mercedes W08. In second place last year was the Red Bull racing team, featuring the same lineup they ended last year with, the team’s new car is the Red Bull RB13. Last year’s third place went to Ferrar, a team who this year hopes to return back to form with the Ferrari SF70H. Force India was proud to finish high on the table last year in fourth their highest result so far. Their bright pink Force India VJM10 is a car that has already had tongues wagging for its unique livery. The team finishing just behind them was Williams who are looking to step out of the midfield pack and challenge the leaders while retaining their iconic Martini colours with the Williams FW40. While Jenson button isn’t in a driver’s seat for the first time since 2010 he hopes to support the new McLaren MCL32 from the sidelines. The sister team to Red Bull finished in 7th last year. Toro Rosso hopes the STR12 is enough to put them ahead of the pack. Haas intend to use their experienced driving team and the new car to deliver better qualifying times and more consistent point finishes. The team that hopes to put their best foot forward this weekend is Renault. Consistency and reliability after struggling in the 2016 season. Something they hope won’t be an issue in the Renault RS17. Finally, the Sauber team hope to dramatically improve on their last place finish in the constructor’s championship with the Sauber C36.
Some of the new faces to formula 1 this year include Lance Stroll who is driving for Williams alongside veteran Felipe Massa. While Stoffel Vandoorne who has had only one start previous in F1 replaces Jenson button at McLaren and drives alongside ex-World Champion Fernando Alonso. Changes to the formula one team have come thick and fast from retirements team changes. Most notable is the move from Valtteri Bottas, he fills the seat left empty by retired World Champion Niko Rosberg. The last time the reigning world champion didn’t return to formula one was back in 1994 when Alain Prost retired from his fourth championship victory. Valteri’s move opened the door for rookie F1 driver Lance Stroll, While Mclaren replaces Jenson with Stoffel Vandoorne. Esteban Ocon is the new face in the Force India garage replacing Nico Hulkenberg who made the switch to Renault racing. With the swap, Kevin Magnussen switched teams to drive for rival team Haas. Rounding out the changes is Pascal Wehrlein who signed his contract with Sauber to replace last year’s driver Felipe Nasr.
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Posted on March 24th, 2017
In this week’s deals of the week, we’ve quite a variety of vehicle available for you. If you’re looking for something seriously spacious, you’ll love our Evoque and Nissan X-trail deals. If you’re mad for Mercedes, you’re in luck because we’ve got a C-Class deal and an A-Class hot hatch at some great rates . . . not to mention an amazing Audi A5 deal.
The elegant Evoque, sports stylish looks as well as perfect practicality. At All Car Leasing, we have Range Rover Evoque lease deals starting at just £223.31 per month ex VAT. Inside this Range Rover Evoque, you will find an 8 inch touch screen which will enable you to control a variety fantastic functions at your fingertips. The large seats are 8 way adjustable, so you are able to create a comfortable driving experience. Find out more about the specifications on this Land Rover Range Rover Evoque.
At All Car Leasing, we have an amazing deal on the Nissan X-trail from just £199.99 per month ex VAT on this model. This roomy Station Wagon can conquer tough terrains and theres certainly loads of space inside. Family trips away have never been easier than in this spacious SUV, with Nissan connect sat nav system inclusive in the deal. Dual zone climate control will keep you cool in the coming summer months and safety is second to none. Find out more about our Nissan X-trail Station Wagon offer.
Get the soft top experience this summer with a cool cabriolet. We’ve currently got some great offers on the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet. The lovely LED headlights are certainly striking and are inclusive in this deal. This Mercedes Cabriolet is a dream to drive. Driver aids features such as the reversing camera lend themselves to perfect parking. Speed sensitive handling and attention assist create honed handling adding to the C-Class experience. Find out more about this Mercedes lease deal.
We’ve got even more Mercedes deals for you to get your teeth into! This Mercedes A-Class lease deal starts at just £202.12 a month! Classic artico black lustrous leather hugs the comfortable seats inside, this feature comes as standard in this Mercedes A-Class lease deal. Enjoy the Mercedes connect me feature which enable you to stay connected on the go, as well as the 7 inch style colour display screen which comes as standard on this model. Find out more about what’s included in this Mercedes-Benz A Class deal.
Perhaps you’re looking for the best business deal? At the moment we’ve got great Audi A5 lease deals. Today’s featured Audi A5 lease deal includes cruise control, this fantastic feature easily assists those who travel frequently and far. The SD card satellite navigation system is a favoured feature amongst those looking for a business lease. Find out more about this Audi A5 lease deal.
If you’ve seen a deal that’s appealed to you, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 23rd, 2017
The electric Jaguar seems a somewhat contradictory answer to a car that has long been known as a petrol powered beast, priding itself on high bhp and tons of torque. The strangely beautiful contradiction that is the electric Jaguar concept car, hit the auto industry headlines in 2016. However, yesterday Jaguar fans were given another tantalizing taster, with the pre-production model recently spied rocketing through the roads of London. The electric Jaguar has inspired us here at All Car Leasing. So this Throwback Thursday, we bring to you our ‘Ode to the Jag’, from way back when, right through to the present day.
The sleek and stream lined appearance of the Jaguar began pre-war, with the model that was known as the ‘Mark IV’. A tall grille stood proud at the front of this vehicle, adding an air of luxury to the design. Sloping wheel arches sweep down creating the classic Jaguar shape and appearance.
After the war, the XK120 was born; giving the Jaguar shape was a radical overhaul. The hard square top that was once associated with pre-war formalities was now replaced with a fun soft top. Just looking at a picture of the XK120 inspires you to don your motor goggles and driving gloves, and take this stylish vehicle for a leisurely spin.
As the decades moved forwards, so did the Jaguar. Post war prosperity in the 1950s saw the introduction of the Jaguar Mark 2. The Jaguar Mark was not a vehicle that would normally be associated with the powerful performance Jaguars that we know today. This car was favourite in fifties family life, due to the four doors and the way reintroduction of the hard top.
In the late 1960s, the Jaguar evolved and brought us the Jaguar XJ6. This model was broader and more assertive than previous models. This model was in fact the first Jaguar saloon to hit the market; perhaps this is the reason that many consider this Jaguar to be a pivotal moment in the evolution of the Jaguar. The silhouette of this vehicle was far flatter than any previous models. This streamlined aerodynamic shape certainly contributed towards the exciting new Jaguar top speed of 140mph.
The new 1960s shape was certainly a step closer towards the modern day Jaguar that we know and love, and certain fantastic features from this 1960s found their way into today’s modern day Jaguars. The circular head lights from the 1960s Jaguar XJ6 are features that survived in the evolution of the Jaguar. These circular lights can be seen on the Jaguar X360 as well as sleek aerodynamic shape. This model was featured in Top Gear, where this car comfortably cruised 800 miles from Basel to Blackpool.
Bringing us back up to date, the concept electric Jaguar has been brought to life. This pre-production model is able to achieve a 0-60mph time in just 4 seconds and it is able to travel around 300 miles on electricity alone, so this electric car more than meets our Jaguar expectations. If you are inspired by the recent developments made by Jaguar, then why not check out our Jaguar car lease deals at All Car Leasing and give our team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 22nd, 2017
Skilled craftsmanship, precise engineering and ingenuity in design make the Abarth 124 Spider Roadster a milestone in sport car history, allowing you to experience pure performance and adrenaline in the Abarth 124 Spider Roadster. At All Car Leasing you can now find cheap car lease deals on the amazing Abarth starting at just £294.06 per month ex VAT on the Abarth 124 Spider Roadster 1.4 T Multiair 2dr.
Don’t be fooled by the small and sweet exterior of this motor. The front mid-engine is precisely placed for perfect weight distribution, contributing to the 184lb torque. The rear wheel drive in the Abarth 124 Spider is second to none, lending itself perfectly to the beautiful balance and agile handling of the Abarth 124 Spider. This feature is inspired by race technology, so the Abarth Spider hugs curved corners and holds the road like no other Abarth.
The interior of the Abarth 124 Spider adds a touch of Italian finesse to the Abarth 124 Spider Roadster, from the aluminium sports pedals to the leather upholstery that hugs the heated front seats, gifting us with a seriously sporty and stylish thrill. The interior of the Abarth 124 Spider is of an ergonomic design with the driver in mind. The Abarth 124 Spider Roadster 1.4 T Multiair 2dr at All Car Leasing has a tilt adjustable steering column to add to the sports style and usability, as well an incredibly comfortable driving position. The exterior of the 2017 Abarth 124 Spider has lovely large air inlets which point towards this cars performance potential, not dissimilar to a rally car – this is topped off by the bold classic yellow and red colour scheme.
Drift if you dare. In the Abarth 124 Spider, Abarth combines the Dual Drive Mode Selector with Rear-Wheel drive for a honed handling experience. As for the engine, the Abarth 124 Spider Roadster 1.4 T Multiair 2dr has an impressive 170bhp and a 0-62mph in just 6.8 seconds. By leasing an Abarth Spider, you can experience this adrenaline and performance of an Abarth in both automatic models and manual models, so take your pick.
The Abarth 124 Spider puts you in firmly control of your drive with Drive Mode Selector. This function encompasses torque technology, acute acceleration and razor sharp steering. These functions interact impeccably with automatic transmission and gear ratio management to bring you Abarth’s unique Drive Mode Selector.
If you are amazed by the adrenaline packed performance of the Abarth 124 Spider, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 21st, 2017
2019 will bring Mazda up to speed in the electric car industry, introducing new rivals to prominent cars in this field such as the Nissan Leaf and BMW i3. The 2019 Mazda is yet to be named and currently being called the ‘Mazda EV’ simply standing for electric vehicle.
The nameless battery powered beauty is the child of Toyota and Mazda. Toyota technology is the driving force behind the Mazda EV, which will enable Mazda to create cars that are entirely electric as well as hybrid versions of the vehicle. The electric Toyota technology in Mazda is currently available Japan; however Mazda fans elsewhere are all anticipating the arrival of the new Mazda EV.
It’s even rumoured that the return of the rotary engine, last seen on the Mazda RX-8, is on the cards with the production of the 2019 Mazda EV. It is believed that the introduction of a rotary engine will be lovely and light as well as producing extra power.
There is said to be an exciting line up of Mazda EV’s for 2019. But if electric cars excite you and you’re simply not willing to wait . . . there are plenty of options available right now in the electric car world. Let’s take a look!
The BMW i3 combines both driving pleasure and eco responsibility in one. The i3 creates zero emissions, which means drivers are exempt from rad tax in driving one. However, B,W have certainly not comprised the performance, agility and handling of the BMW i3 for the lovely eco-friendly nature of this vehicle.
If you are environmentally conscious and you would love the financial benefits of an electric vehicle, along with the hassle free approach of an electric car, then you will love the minimalistic approach of the Nissan Leaf. Nissan created their lovely Leaf with the intention of including fewer parts and an engine size that’s half the weight of most, leading to less maintenance and a light weight which is a desired feature in any electric car.
The aerodynamic exterior shape of the vehicle contributes to the power saving design of the Nissan Leaf and the 100% electric nature of the vehicle further contributes to its lightweight nature.
The Volkswagen e-Golf has energy savings written all over it. From the LED rear lights to the electronic climate control, Volkswagen have harnessed electricity and combined it with usability and design to create an electric vehicle that is just as fun to drive. Don’t be fooled by this car’s quiet nature; if you’re looking for a hot hatch that also packs some power, as well as holding agility and honed handling, then the Volkswagen e-Golf might be the one for you.
If the futuristic feel and potential savings of the electric car excite you, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 20th, 2017
From the conceptual hybrid powertrain, to the power that is distributed to all four wheels, it’s little wonder why Audi could hardly wait showcase this cool concept Q8 at Geneva Motor Show 2017.
The athletic outer appearance of the Audi Q8 is a subtle nod to the Ur-quattro from the 1980s, with the broad C-pillar. Wonderfully wide wheel arches are much broader than those of its predecessor. These wide wheel arches compliment the assertive octagonal front grille of the Audi Q8 Concept car. Aluminium stretches round from the rear bumper and strikes the sides of the Audi Q8 concept car.
Inside this the Audi Q8 is impressive indeed as the sporty theme stretches to the interior of the vehicle. The leather upholstered, sport sculpted seats provide an athletic appearance and impeccable comfort. Between the front seats, a touch display monitor reaches out, placing buttons switches and levers that allow you to control all features. This ultimate usability is enjoyed inside this spacious concept car, and despite the sloping roof at the rear, this car provides plenty of head space for passengers and driver.
The next generation of connectivity is showcased inside this revolutionary vehicle. The fresh new touch screen take pride of place and futuristic augmented reality features in the form of the Audi Head-up display, bring the outside inside and connect us to our environment more than ever. With the Audi Head-up display, prompts are placed directly in the driver’s line of vision, as they would appear on the road, merging the real world with the virtual world. If you love the ingenuity of the Audi Connectivity display systems, then why not take a look at our range of Audi car lease deals at All Car Leasing.
It’s not just the luxurious interior that impresses us about this Audi Q8 concept car, let’s talk torque – 516lb of torque to be precise. It’s this torque that lends the Audi Q8 a maximum output of 462bhp and allows this Audi to achieve a 0-62mph time of just 4.7 seconds – impressive. This power is aided by the eight-speed tiptronic transmission that provides power to all four wheels of the Audi Q8.
Equally as impressive, is the Audi Q8’s concept car provides ultimate adaptability though the adaptive damping system and amazing air suspension. Fantastic features such as these create honed handling in the driving experience of the Audi Q8 concept car.
If you are amazed by the Audi and you are interested in Audi car lease deals at All Car Leasing, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 17th, 2017
It’s true to say that nothing exudes luxury like a beautiful Bentley. From the lovely large grille, to the lavish leather interiors, the Bentley is a fine tuned timeless classic.
As for the interior, we are hard pressed to find a fault with the blissfully broad and comfortable seats. With not a stich out of place, the lustrous leather seats include full lumbar support. The front seats are 14 way adjustable with memory to provide perfect driving posture. Keep passengers cosy with heated rear lumbar seats and sink into the securely sculpted outer seats. Safety is also second to none, with Isofix features fitted into rear seats. The diamond quilted hide hugs seats facing and doors and the aluminium encased accelerator, are illuminated by door and foot well lighting features.
Comfort and effortless convenience are the essence of the Bentley experience. Interior features provide the answer to any eventuality. Need to charge you laptop on the go? Bentley won’t let you down. Enjoy the unrivalled convenience of the two 12V sockets, positioned perfectly in the centre console as well as Bluetooth connectivity and telephone voice dialling. Driver convenience features are woven through the Bentley. From the engine stop/start button, to the power open/close boot and power latching on all doors – in many ways, driving this car is akin to having your own personal Chauffeur.
Bentley just love to lavish us with luxury. We’re stunned by the beauty of the Breitling clock which takes centre stage. Don’t mind if I do! Everything aside, this fabulous feature is in fact a standard feature in the Bentley Flying Spur Saloon 6.0 W12 Mulliner Driving Spec 4dr Auto. Is this perhaps the most luxurious standard feature around?
The sophisticated drivetrain creates a ride that is completely smooth and flaweless, and Bentley air suspension ensures this, creating a calm and controlled ride. This car keeps a cool head through some tough terrains. It’s rare to experience such honed handling in a vehicle this size, but this Beautiful Bentley has model manoeuvrability. The automatic is as smooth as ever, and manual shifting feels almost intuitive in the Bentley Flying Spur Saloon.
Not only are we inspired by the honed handling and ambient atmosphere inside the car, we also impressed by the performance of the Bentley Flying Spur Saloon 6.0 W12 Mulliner Driving Spec 4dr Auto. The Bentley Flying Spur Saloon, achieves 0-60 mph in just 4.5 seconds – how highly remarkable for a car with such assertive weight and stature.
If you are amazed by the beauty of the Bentley and you are interested Bentley car lease rates, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 16th, 2017
The Audi quattro was one of the first rally cars to use a permanent four-wheel drive system and turbocharged engine with more than 300 hp. The quattro is as iconic to Audi as their symbol and is still used as the name for the company’s four-wheel drive system today.
“quattro is Audi and Audi is quattro” Audi 2013
First shown to the public in 1980 during the Janner Rally in Austria, the car was entered in the 1981 WRC and was driven by Michèle Mouton the most successful female World Rally Championship Driver of all time. Michèle drove the Audi quattro from 1980 – 1985 winning four races in her career and finishing second in the 1982 championship. The car’s success spanned six seasons winning two championships and finishing in the top five cars every year. The quattro A1 and A2 were developed for the changes to the Group B rules in 1983. The A1 was driven during the opening stages of the 1983 WRC before evolving into the A2 later that season and into the following year. The final Group B car produced by the Audi Manufacturing team was the S1 E2 and it produced 591 bhp and had an aluminium alloy chassis as well as a carbon-kevlar composite body and was able to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 3.1 seconds.
The Audi quattro went on sale to the European marketing in the ‘80s offering a 2.1 litre engine capable of doing 0-62 mph in 7.1 seconds. In 1989 the engine was increased to 2.2 litres that increased the top speed to 143 mph. Also known as the RR quattro. In 1984 the tyre size was increased for bigger tyres and lower ride height to help with the handling and grip. While the auto central differential wasn’t added until 1987.
Apart from the tweaks to the engine, the car stayed relatively the same throughout its eleven-year production. In 1983 the analogue instruments in the car were changed to a green LCD, this was then updated again in 1989 to an orange LCD. The car looked similar to the rally version and although in 1984 the interior of the road car was changed focusing on the new three-spoke steering wheel, instruments and a leather wrapped centre console.
Exterior changes for the car came in 1983 when the low and high beam lights were merged into a dual unit with a single light cover. In 1985 the commonly known facelift model was released that once again altered the front end sloping the previously flat grille and another headlight redesign. The quattro decals were also changed from the original WR version, that had either vinyl or the plastic rear emblems were changed to have chrome-plated Audi badge and rings along with the chromed quattro. The Final changes came in 1989 when the rear badge was simplified to just be the Audi rings. The bulge on the driver side floor was due to a dual catalytic exhaust system.
The 1991 Audi quattro Spyder was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show although only a concept the car was about 30% lighter than the quattro due to its aluminium body and mid engine. The engine was a 2.8 litre V6 producing 174 bhp, only two working prototypes were made one in orange and one in green. The closest production car by Audi to the spyder in the Audi R8.
In 2010 Audi uncovered their quattro concept to celebrate 30 years of the quattro brand. First shown at the Paris Motor Show, the car maintained its 5 cylinders turbocharged heritage but introduced modern technology to produce 408 hp and the latest quattro all-wheel drive system. The quattro Concept was based on the RS5 but with a shorter wheelbase Audi Space Frame technology and carbon fibre components. The interior combined the instrument cluster, navigation and entertainment system in a single screen behind the steering wheel. The rest of the interior is a combination of beige and black with silver trim and bucket racing seats.
As with the quattro concept, Audi celebrated the Sport’s 30th anniversary with another prototype this time shown to the world from the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Sport quattro sits on 21-inch wheels and, uses the new Audi Matrix LED headlights between which is the single face grille which is used on the new Audi RS range of vehicles. The front splitter has been pushed forward to resemble a racing car while at the back the rear diffuser and spoiler sit on a carbon fibre reinforced polymer. The show car uses a 4 litre twin turbo engine that gives 78 mpg extra urban thanks to the hybrid system that can use electric-only power for a maximum 31-mile range.
Audi continues to use the quattro system in the majority of their ranges including the A1 Sportback S1 TFSI Quattro from £286 pm ex VAT. Non-quattro variants are also available such as the A5 Coupe S Tronic.
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Posted on March 16th, 2017
Today we bring to you the Audi A4, a car with an amazing blend of comfort, design and performance. Smooth suspension paired with perfect performance executive style. At All Car Leasing, business car lease deals on the Audi A4 Saloon start at just £238.61 per month ex VAT.
This sleek saloon holds an executive appeal. Audi have added improvements to the body of this vehicle such as outstretched lines which adorn the sides of this saloon’s exterior. Sweeping statement creases such as these add an aerodynamic design. Updated LED lights allow you to notice and be noticed, by creating a striking road presence. But original Audi admirers need not fear, the Audi A4 Saloon holds an essential exterior design which is familiar and respected.
The beauty of the Audi A4 Saloon is more than skin deep. Practicality and usability are at the heart of this efficient design. The interiors of this vehicle are designed with executives in mind. Lumbar support seats are a fantastic feature for business travellers, looking for comfortable commutes. Sink into these seats as standard on the S4 and S line models, with car leasing deals on the Audi S4 starting at just £239.82 per month ex VAT on the Audi A4 Saloon 2.0T FSI S Line 4dr model.
True Audi efficiency and fantastic functionality are incorporated into the sleek and clean dashboard design of the Audi A4. The dashboard also includes any of the essential features a business traveller may need. If you opt for a model with an infotainment system, you will find comfort and convenience in the the Sat-nav which creates a hassle free journey. Last minute meetings and changed locations – challenge accepted. The head up display is also available as an optional extra, even in our cheapest model. The Audi Head Up display holds some impressively innovative technology. The vehicle will combine vital driver information and pace them directly in your field of vision, projecting them on to the screen in front of you for convenience.
For many of us, it’s in the details. So, if you love a little luxury, we’ll bet you can’t wait to get your hands on the lovely leather steering wheel. This feature, which comes as standard in the Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI SE 4d, is also multi-functional. Supple Milano leather upholstery in a choice of three colours is also available in this model. Why not make this model your own and adorn the interiors with embellishment trims in piano black or walnut brown wood inlay.
Many of the Audi A4 models are compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so why not enjoy some terrifc tunes on the way to work. What better way to get pumped for that all important presentation than with some power tunes playing from 8 loudspeakers , which come as standard in the Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI SE 4d.
If you are amaze by our Audi A4 Saloon car lease deals and you want to know more about this Audi A4 Saloon car lease deal, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.
Posted on March 15th, 2017
Our Mercedes C-Class deals are back in stock and we’ve got some brand new deals that are better than ever. The Mercedes-Benz C Class Diesel Cabriolet C220d AMG Line 2dr Auto is an all new amazing deal just in, with prices starting at just £237.71 per month ex VAT. The weather is getting warmer, so now is the perfect time to opt for the soft top and grab a great deal too.
LED lights are placed prominently and proudly on the front bonnet of the Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet. As well as the front bumper LED daytime running lights, the Mercedes-Benz C Class Diesel Cabriolet C220d AMG Line 2dr Auto also has LED tail lights. The chrome surround grille clasps the front bumper. Combine the rear apron and side skirts with this beautifully broad grille to create the Cabriolet’s assertive stance and road presence.
Strong C-Class assertive exteriors contrast with the soft artico leather interiors which come as standard on the Mercedes-Benz C Class Diesel Cabriolet C220d AMG Line 2dr Auto, as well as heated front seats to keep you warm in winter. Usability and efficiency are key aspects of every Mercedes C-Class deal. The efficiency can be found in the height adjustable electric front seats.
Inside, you will find a Mercedes Head up display that stands proud in the centre of the dashboard. The head up display is available as an optional extra on the Mercedes-Benz C Class Diesel Cabriolet C220d AMG Line 2dr Auto model. The Mercedes Head Up display exists in perfect harmony with the reversing camera, providing the driver with all the necessary information.
Everything is made for efficiency and ease in the Mercedes C-Class. Remote boot release in the Mercedes-Benz C Class Diesel Cabriolet C220d AMG Line 2dr Auto, is almost perfectly designed for loading luggage into before leisurely journeys on weekends away. Features such as the front centre armrest with storage compartment and LED interior reading lights create a joyful journey.
Leisurely drives require some tunes, its true; and the Mercedes C-Class caters to this requirement perfectly. The DAB digital radio, as well as a media interface, allows you to customise your journey, your way.
The C-Class Cabriolet certainly ticks the safety box. Isofix child seat fastenings and seats auto Mercedes-Benz child seat recognition sensor are fitted in the rear seats of the Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet in the Mercedes-Benz C Class Diesel Cabriolet C220d AMG Line 2dr Auto model, and the tyre pressure warning system certainly gives the C-Class Cabriolet some extra safety bonus points.
If you want to know more about this Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet car lease deal, feel free to give our All Car Leasing team a call on 01565 880880, or visit our home page to enquire about our current deals here.