Abarth 595 Leasing Deals - 7 found

 
ABARTH 595 HATCHBACK 1.4 T-Jet 145 3dr
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 145 3dr
Business£155.23per month ex. VAT
Personal£186.28per month inc. VAT
 
ABARTH 595 HATCHBACK 1.4 T-Jet 160 Trofeo 3dr
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 160 Trofeo 3dr
Business£170.54per month ex. VAT
Personal£204.65per month inc. VAT
 
ABARTH 595 HATCHBACK 1.4 T-Jet 165 Turismo 3dr
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 165 Turismo 3dr
Business£175.67per month ex. VAT
Personal£210.80per month inc. VAT
 
ABARTH 595 HATCHBACK 1.4 T-Jet 165 Turismo 3dr Auto
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 165 Turismo 3dr Auto
Business£180.71per month ex. VAT
Personal£216.85per month inc. VAT
 
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 180 Competizione 3dr
Business£189.67per month ex. VAT
Personal£227.60per month inc. VAT
 
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 160 Trofeo 2dr
Business£190.12per month ex. VAT
Personal£228.14per month inc. VAT
 
Abarth 595 Hatchback1.4 T-jet 180 Competizione 3dr Auto
Business£199.62per month ex. VAT
Personal£239.54per month inc. VAT

More about Abarth 595 Hatchback leasing:


Why Lease an Abarth 595

Lease the Abarth 595 if you want serious thrills while being in a small package because that's what you'll get here. For a car of this performance the 595 is one of the most affordable and definitely one of the most original. If you're bored of the usual hot hatch looks then have a look at this one. 

Key Points

The Abarth 595 retail value starts from around £17,000 so this is not a cheap run around, and with 155 grams per kilometre of co2's it isn't the most economically friendly either... but then you knew that didn't you? Of course, the Abarth 595 is built for pleasure and pleasure it will give you. The Competizione edition has a 0-60mph of 7.2 and the same goes for the Turismo. The 50th Anniversary edition however can do this acceleration range in 6.7 seconds and has yet another 20 horsepower to total at 180 BHP. That's a whole lot of punch for a small car.

Five reasons to lease: 

  1. Small and mighty
  2. Affordable
  3. 50th Anniversary takes it to the next level
  4. Comfortable and compact
  5. Easy to park!

Conclusion

To round off, the Abarth 595 is quirky, stylish and really quick. It retains the classic Fiat 500 looks but that's where the similarity ends. If the Fiat 500 is a house cat then then Abarth 595 is a Lion. Why not head over to our images hub and check out this fabulous little car!

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