What are the best lease deals right now? Top trending car lease deals
At Leasing.com, we like to think we offer something for everyone. Whether you have a particular budget in mind - like less than £200 per month or you’re looking for a type of vehicle, such as which is the best SUV, we like to think we’ve got your back.
But what if you simply want a great deal? Well, thanks to our unique search algorithm, we can now bring you the top trending vehicles in real-time directly via our home page.
Using a combination of historical and current search data, we analyse what people are looking at right now and when a trend is spotted showcase the hottest car leasing deals on the #trendingdeals panel.
So here are the vehicles that have been trending recently.
The fourth-generation Seat Leon has been trending recently, and rightly so. By introducing a variety of engines, an abundance of added tech and connectivity, this will certainly be a popular choice for those that value these things. According to CAP HPI, the Seat Leon will, on average, retain 40% of its value. High residuals generally means lower lease prices. It’s a win win!
Brimming with tech you’d once only find in an S-Class, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class is a seriously classy hatchback. It’s the most popular lease car of the year for 2020 and 2019. So, you could say the Mercedes-Benz A-Class is trending 24/7, but right now it’s particularly hot. All trims feature the likes of Mercedes’ MBUX infotainment system, which gets the excellent Alexa-like ‘Hey Mercedes!’ voice command. Prices are currently starting from around £200 per month.
Tesla Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 has lived up to the hype, which was a tough task considering the excitement around its arrival. It’s the most important car in a generation, offers a range of up miles, world-class tech and is currently available for around £400 a month. Yes, no wonder it’s currently trending. Lease the future.
BMW 3 Series
BMW doesn't like to mess with its 3 Series formula because it's pretty much guaranteed to be a success.
Its looks are more aggressive, the engines are more potent and efficient, and you can now order it with a host of driver aids. In short, it’s a massive improvement over the model it replaced, but is that enough to fend off its rivals in the ever-competitive compact exec class?
Audi A4 Avant
The Audi A4 has been hot this week, in particular the Avant, which is the estate version to those who don't know. The Avant takes everything that's good about the A4 - it's high-quality interior, impressive tech and ride quality - and makes it even more practical. This roomy German estate boasts a 505-litre boot, which is larger than the BMW 3 Series Touring and Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate.