Vauxhall Van Leasing Backdrop

Vauxhall Lease Deals

Vauxhall van leases remain one of the most popular choices across the country thanks to the brand’s long-standing history in the commercial vehicle market. With new electrified drivetrains on offer and a host of different shapes and sizes, you can be sure to find a Vauxhall van to suit your requirements.

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Vauxhall lease FAQs

Why should you lease a Vauxhall?

Vauxhall has been one of the UK’s most popular car makes for decades, and its latest generation of cars are more advanced and sophisticated than ever before. Vauxhall now falls under the Stellantis umbrella, which comprises of other brands such as Peugeot, Citroen, Alfa Romeo and Jeep. This gives it a strong basis of platforms, with something in the line-up for everyone.

What are the most popular Vauxhall models to lease?

The Corsa is not only the most popular Vauxhall model, it’s also the most popular small car in the UK. Its affordable price point and petrol, diesel and electric variations ensure there’s a model in the range for everyone. If you’re after something slightly larger, the Vauxhall Mokka and recently revised Vauxhall Astra hatch and estate models make great choices. Those after something Qashqai-sized can opt for the Grandland.

What Vauxhall trim levels can I choose from?

Vauxhall trim levels kick off with the Design trim, but even in the Corsa, standard specification is impressive. A touchscreen infotainment system, air conditioning, keyless entry and 17in alloy wheels are all standard on most Vauxhall Design models. If you want snazzier trim, heated seats and parking cameras, you can opt for more upscale Sri, GSi and Elite models.

How much does a Vauxhall lease cost?

Despite its high-tech offering and improved quality, Vauxhalls price remain firmly at the affordable end of the scale. In fact the Corsa is one of the cheapest new cars on offer if you’re looking to keep costs to a minimum.

Are there any Vauxhall rivals I should consider?

The most obvious Vauxhall adversary is Ford, although its current line-up is much more varied than Ford. If you’re after an affordable, family vehicle, then the likes of Peugeot, Renault, Citroen, Nissan and Hyundai are all on the shortlist of Vauxhall alternatives.