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  • 2019 Seat Tarraco: all-new seven-seat SUV revealed

    2019 Seat Tarraco: all-new seven-seat SUV revealed

    Seat has taken the covers off its new seven-seat Tarraco – a large SUV that’s set to rival the Nissan X-Trail and Skoda Kodiaq when order books open in December. More Seat lease deals The Spanish firm turned to the public to help choose the name, and gave them four options – Aranda, Alboran, Avila and Tarraco. This was presumably to ensure its new SUV would not be christened the Spainy McSp...

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  • All-electric 2019 Audi e-tron SUV revealed in full

    All-electric 2019 Audi e-tron SUV revealed in full

    The all-new electric Audi e-tron SUV has been revealed ahead of it going on sale in January. With around 250 miles of range and imposing looks, this is Audi’s answer to Jaguar’s I-Pace and the recently revealed Mercedes EQC. It’s the company’s first all-electric car and it takes the shape of an SUV. At under five metres in length, it’s somewhere between the Q5 and Q7 in terms of size. Style...

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  • Top five car leasing questions answered

    Top five car leasing questions answered

    Personal Contract Hire (PCH), or leasing as it is commonly known as, is the fastest growing form of motor finance. Even though it is probably the simplest form of finance, it is also perhaps the most misunderstood. That’s why we’ve pulled together five of the most commonly asked questions we receive regarding leasing. So here goes: Can I lease a car if I have bad credit? As PCH is a form o...

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  • Mercedes-Benz GLE revealed

    Mercedes-Benz GLE revealed

    The all-new Mercedes-Benz GLE has been unveiled, ahead of its Paris Motor Show debut at the end of this month. Due to go on sale in 2019, the GLE range will be launched with the new in-line six-cylinder petrol engine, and other engines including diesels and a plug-in hybrid will follow. The GLE 450 4MATIC uses a 362bhp in-line six-cylinder unit bolstered by 48-volt technology to improve per...

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  • Top five low deposit car leasing deals

    Top five low deposit car leasing deals

    Car finance usually requires some form of large upfront payment, and with leasing that has traditionally involved an initial rental of three, six or nine months. Until now… As the UK’s number one leasing website, we’ve noticed a surge in demand for low initial payment deals. In fact, we think one-month initial payments could change the face of the leasing sector. Click here to see all one-m...

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  • Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

    Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

    With September upon us, the return of the school run beckons, but what are people actually driving? The personal leasing sector continued to flourish over the summer, so we checked out our latest stats to see what’s hot and what’s not when it comes to personal contract hire. Want to lease one? Click the deal under the model you want to see more pricing and info. 5. Mercedes-Benz E-Class ...

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  • Video review: Range Rover Velar

    Video review: Range Rover Velar

    Land Rover has always claimed that its cars can go anywhere, not because its customers will ever use their cars in that way, but because they expect to be able to. That view softened a little when the Evoque became available in front-wheel drive form, and the Velar might be the next hint that customer demand is changing. The Velar eschews the high ride height found on the likes of Discovery...

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Volkswagen unveils commercial ID Buzz Cargo

Volkswagen unveils commercial ID Buzz Cargo

Volkswagen has unveiled yet another ID concept in the form of the Buzz Cargo – a commercial variation on the retro-looking microbus concept revealed last year. No launch date has been confirmed, but it’s likely we’ll see a production version in 2021. It features a larger battery pack than the microbus too, giving it a 341-mile range – the most impressive of any ID concept to date. Size-wise...

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Top five upcoming electric vehicles we’re most excited about

Top five upcoming electric vehicles we’re most excited about

The government is planning to ban the sale of new petrol- and diesel-powered cars from 2040, so manufacturers better get their skates on for the electric vehicle (EV) onslaught. Some have been a little slow off the mark so far, but with  new car release dates extending all the way to 2021 from everyone from Aston Martin to Volvo, we’ve picked out the five electric vehicles that we can’t wait ...

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Review: Jaguar E-Pace

Review: Jaguar E-Pace

For any Jaguar die-hards out there groaning at the thought of the British car company heading down the SUV path, let’s not forget the F-Pace quickly became the firm’s best-selling model after its launch. The E-Pace is expected to take over that mantle and it’s easy to see why when you could be behind the wheel of a Jag off-roader from the same sort of money as a much less premium brand. That’s...

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London EV Company to trial its electric van in 2019

London EV Company to trial its electric van in 2019

London EV Company, manufacturer of the world’s most advanced electric taxi, has announced that it will start customer trials of its new electric van in the second half of 2019. The business is currently in discussion with major public-sector fleets such as the Metropolitan Police Service and the London Fire Brigade about joining the trials of prototype vehicles, with both aiming for all new va...

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Car leasing is the most cost effective way of getting hold of that car you've always wanted. You'll never actually own the car, but you'll be able to drive it for a set period of time and simply hand it back to the leasing company without the worry of selling it on for a fraction of the price you paid in the first place.

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