Volskwagen ID.3 hatchback

Hatchback lease deals

A hatchback lease is a great option for people that value practicality, economy and affordability. They come in all shapes and sizes, equally perfect for squeezing into parking spaces around town or driving longer distances in comfort. Below, you’ll find a selection of the very best hatchback lease deals, ranging from affordable and compact city models to high-performance hot hatches. Available in a size to suit all, hatchbacks are available as petrol, electric, hybrid and diesel too, meaning there’ll be one to suit everyone.

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Compare 281,561 hatchbacks lease deals from 78 different ranges:

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Volkswagen Golf
Leasing.com value score from
9.0
Monthly cost from
£223.28 p/m
Total lease cost from
£8,146.56
Vauxhall Corsa
Leasing.com value score from
9.0
Monthly cost from
£173.87 p/m
Total lease cost from
£6,473.74
Audi A1
Leasing.com value score from
8.2
Monthly cost from
£207.57 p/m
Total lease cost from
£7,193.42
BMW 1 Series
Leasing.com value score from
8.5
Monthly cost from
£279.36 p/m
Total lease cost from
£11,189.76
Volkswagen ID.3
Leasing.com value score from
8.9
Monthly cost from
£251.73 p/m
Total lease cost from
£9,982.48
MINI Hatchback
Leasing.com value score from
8.7
Monthly cost from
£190.95 p/m
Total lease cost from
£6,589.09
Ford Fiesta
Leasing.com value score from
9.0
Monthly cost from
£159.67 p/m
Total lease cost from
£5,551.68
Nissan Micra
Leasing.com value score from
8.7
Monthly cost from
£166.97 p/m
Total lease cost from
£5,799.42
FIAT 500
Leasing.com value score from
8.9
Monthly cost from
£151.38 p/m
Total lease cost from
£6,006.72
Audi A3
Leasing.com value score from
8.5
Monthly cost from
£242.28 p/m
Total lease cost from
£9,518.46
Volkswagen Polo
Leasing.com value score from
8.2
Monthly cost from
£188.38 p/m
Total lease cost from
£6,706.44
Polestar 2
Leasing.com value score from
8.5
Monthly cost from
£358.68 p/m
Total lease cost from
£16,334.52

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Why consider a hatchback?

  • Their compact size makes them a doddle to drive and use around town, with many the perfect companion in the city thanks to their diminutive dimensions.
  • They are more fun and nippy than many crossovers and SUVs thanks to their lower centre of gravity. If you’re after a sporty-feeling car that will fit into family life, a hot hatchback is a great option.
  • Small on the outside, but big on the inside. That’s what a hatchback feels like. Most have five doors and feature flexible rear seating, meaning they’re just as good at load lugging as many larger cars.
  • Hatchbacks are among the most efficient and economical cars on the road. They weigh less than other cars, which means petrol-powered models provide better economy and electric hatchbacks get higher ranges.

FAQs when leasing a hatchback

  • What is a hatchback?
  • The word hatchback has been used for decades, but today you can consider a hatchback to be a small-to-medium sized car that incorporates its rear window and boot lid to form a single large door. This is unlike traditional saloons, which simply have an opening under the rear window.
  • Are SUVs and estates hatchbacks too?
  • Technically, yes. But today the hatchback commonly describes a more compact three or five-door model rather than larger cars. We class SUVS and estates as separate body styles in our search.
  • Which hatchback is the right size for me?
  • Hatchbacks come in all shapes and sizes, so it’s important to consider what you’ll need from your car before you make a choice. Models like the Kia Picanto are great around town, but those after a roomier hatchback might want to consider models like the BMW 1 Series and Ford Focus.
  • How efficient are hatchbacks?
  • Thanks to their smaller size and economical drivetrains, hatchbacks are among the most efficient cars on the road. You’ll be able to find out specific model fuel economy and range figures on our hatchback leasing offers page, but generally they use less fuel than larger and heavier crossovers and SUVs.
  • What is the difference between a hatchback and a fastback?
  • Some manufacturers describe new models as fastbacks, which shouldn’t be confused with hatchbacks. Whereas hatchbacks have a large door that incorporates the boot lid and window, a fastback is simply a saloon or coupe-style model that has a continuously sloping boot lid. This may or may not be integrated with the rear window.