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The Good and Bad of Car Leasing

New car?  As well as cash and personal finance deals, there’s now another way – leasing.  Here, we’ll look at the best and worst of this increasingly popular way of getting yourself behind the wheel of a brand new motor … let’s see how it compares to Hire Purchase (HP) and Personal Contract Purchase (PCP).

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By |February 6th, 2017|Guides|0 Comments

Business Car Leasing: 2017 Guide

Choosing a vehicle for a company car is never easy, and in 2017 it’s not got any easier, that’s why we’ve put this little guide together for you.

Currently, half of all new car sales or business purchases, to add to company fleets. Cars are often used as a perk or motivator for loyalty. Other times […]

By |February 3rd, 2017|Guides|0 Comments

What are the most exciting city cars coming up in 2017

If I was getting a sports car, I’d want the most beautiful or the biggest monster. But that’s just me daydreaming because short of a lottery win, I’m not going to be shopping for a Ferrari anytime soon. I’m much more likely to be in the market for a city car which is actually a […]

By |January 23rd, 2017|Guides|0 Comments

The Battle of the city cars

 

When it comes to great value for a leasing deal, it rarely gets any better than less than £100 a month with, which is a regular occurrence with city cars. So, I’m going to assume you want the best deal going, for a great little car that’s fun and reliable, you just might not have […]

By |January 16th, 2017|Guides|0 Comments

Leasing Vs Buying : The financials

Financially, the difference between buying or leasing a car can be pretty significant but there is no right answer for everyone. It really depends on your own personal financial situation and how you plan to use your car. Here are the top 3 considerations to bear in mind before you decide.

 

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It’s all well and good […]

By |December 29th, 2016|Guides|0 Comments

How the Autumn Statement 2016 affects motorists

The Autumn Statement budget was announced last month, bringing about some fairly big changes to the automotive industry.  In turn this will have an impact on the regular motorist.  Our new post explores what this means for you.
Salary sacrifice schemes will be subject to tax
A salary sacrifice scheme is when an employee exchanges some of […]

By |December 4th, 2016|Guides, News|0 Comments

How to Get the Right Package on a Lease Car

Shopping around for a car finance deal? Leasing a car is a great option for many reasons with different types of contracts for both personal and business. A great way to find the right deal for you is by going through a reputable broker, particularly one that is registered with the BVRLA, or British Vehicle Rental […]

By |October 23rd, 2016|Guides|0 Comments

Review: Citroen C4 Picasso

We have come a long way from when a MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) was known as a dull choice for practical parents. Today’s choices offer more attractive designs, thanks to the innovation of car manufacturers like Citroen, bringing us the C4 Picasso and its bigger, seven-seater version, the Grand Picasso.

First introduced as the Xsara Picasso, it […]

By |October 16th, 2016|Guides|0 Comments

Deal of the Moment: Kia Sportage

We have such a large number of incredible offers on the Yes Lease website now that it’s truly difficult for us to choose what makes it our ‘Deal of the month’. Right now we have a No Deposit deal on the incredible Kia Sportage.

 
The Yes Lease deal
Our offer on the latest model of the Kia […]

By |September 17th, 2016|Deals, Guides|0 Comments

April 2017 Road Tax Changes

It won’t be long now before the new road tax rates come into effect, starting April 2017, affecting all new cars.  If you’re concerned about how these changes could affect you financially, as well influence your options, our guide is perfect for you.

Cars that fall within the Band A threshold of 100g CO2/km are exempt […]

By |August 21st, 2016|Guides|0 Comments