Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

It’s hard to believe it’s July already, but the personal leasing sector continued to flourish during the first half of 2018. So what about the cars ? We’ve compiled a list of the top five most popular cars on our site so far this year.

Want to lease one? Click the deal under the model you want to see more pricing and info.

Audi A4

Audi A4 2018 front

In fifth position, it’s the Audi A4 – the go-to compact exec saloon for those that want to pound the motorways in style.

A (very) mildly facelifted version is on the way (pictured above), but thanks to its class-leading interior and wide range of engine choices, the current model remains as popular as ever.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class

Mercedes-Benz A-Class

There’s an all-new A-Class on the way, which goes some way to explaining why the outgoing car has made it into fourth position: prices.

With deals starting at less than £200 per month who wouldn’t want one of these suave hatches?

Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2018 facelift

Another favourite comes in the form of the Mercedes C-Class. Available as a saloon, estate, coupe and cabriolet, there really is something in the range for everyone.

Thanks to a mild facelift earlier this year, its popularity shows no signs of waning, making it to third position on our list.

Volkswagen Golf

Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Golf isn’t only the ultimate hatchback – it’s also the ultimate lease car. It was the ContractHireAndLeasing.com’s most popular vehicle in 2017, and that could just be the case this year too.

Combining  a quality, premium feel with a range of reliable and efficient drivetrains, you won’t be disappointed whatever variant you plump for.

Volkswagen Tiguan

Volkswagen Tiguan

So you want a Golf, but need a bit more practicality? Then look no further than the Volkswagen Tiguan crossover – the most popular lease car of 2018 so far.

Offering practicality and comfort in spades, it’s no coincidence that it shares the same quality hallmarks of the Golf. Whether it can fend its smaller sibling off for the rest of the year remains to be seen.

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