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SUV lease deals

SUVs are the go-to choice for those after space, comfort and the latest in-car tech. If you’re looking for a practical family car, it’s safe to say at least one SUV will be on your shortlist. Scroll down and you’ll find the best SUV lease deals or click the button below for our sponsored offers.

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Volkswagen T-Roc

Leasing.com value score from
8.9
Monthly cost from
£227.71 p/m
Total lease cost from
£8,239.85

Nissan Qashqai

Leasing.com value score from
9.2
Monthly cost from
£217.93 p/m
Total lease cost from
£6,209.98

Vauxhall Grandland

Leasing.com value score from
9.5
Monthly cost from
£158.86 p/m
Total lease cost from
£5,819.04

Cupra Formentor

Leasing.com value score from
8.8
Monthly cost from
£223.84 p/m
Total lease cost from
£8,129.41

Nissan Juke

Leasing.com value score from
8.9
Monthly cost from
£170.10 p/m
Total lease cost from
£4,927.44

Volvo XC40

Leasing.com value score from
8.6
Monthly cost from
£303.20 p/m
Total lease cost from
£13,655.74

Hyundai Tucson

Leasing.com value score from
8.7
Monthly cost from
£244.00 p/m
Total lease cost from
£8,724.72

Volkswagen Tiguan

Leasing.com value score from
9.0
Monthly cost from
£213.70 p/m
Total lease cost from
£7,695.10

KIA Sportage

Leasing.com value score from
8.7
Monthly cost from
£249.98 p/m
Total lease cost from
£9,625.20

BMW X7

Leasing.com value score from
9.0
Monthly cost from
£531.47 p/m
Total lease cost from
£18,876.25

Lotus Eletre

Leasing.com value score from
9.7
Monthly cost from
£594.86 p/m
Total lease cost from
£19,574.40

Vauxhall Mokka

Leasing.com value score from
9.5
Monthly cost from
£179.73 p/m
Total lease cost from
£6,635.67

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Why consider an SUV?

  • Safety is one of the main reasons people consider SUVs. The higher driving position means better road visibility and SUVs are typically larger and heavier built than smaller cars. Modern SUVs come packed with the latest safety features.
  • Extra space is another key reason people are upgrading to a new SUV lease. For growing families or busy households, the extra storage and interior space come in handy for those living an active lifestyle. That's why they're called a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV).
  • Better handling and off-road capabilities are other important factors for many. If you live in the rural countryside or regularly drive on off-road surfaces, then a modern SUV can get you from point A to B in style and comfort.

FAQs when leasing an SUV

Which SUV size is best for me?

It depends on your circumstances, but you should always consider going for a size that you feel comfortable driving and parking. The number of seats may also be a consideration. If you have a large family, you may want to consider a 7-seater SUV like an Audi Q7 or Skoda Kodiaq.

What is the fuel economy for an SUV?

All our SUV contract hire offers show you important fuel information like miles per gallon, and you can use our Fuel Comparison Calculator so you can make an informed choice. SUVs tend to be bigger and heavier, but fuel consumption has improved dramatically in recent years, with some smaller SUVs now on a par with hatchbacks and estates.

Are SUVs the same as 4x4s?

No, the term 4x4 describes a vehicle that uses its engine to power all four wheels. They were traditionally used by farmers or off-roaders due to their capability, while the term SUV very much describes a body style. Often people think the two terms are interchangeable because a lot of SUVs have four-wheel drive. However, SUVs can also be two-wheel drive.