There’s no doubting that short-term leasing has it’s advantages and can be great for those who love to swap in and out of different cars and brands but what if you prefer something for the longer term?
When people think long term, many will think they’ll have to look towards buying a vehicle instead but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Although Cocoon Vehicles specialise in short-term leasing they also offer long term leasing options too.
With a long-term lease, you will be looking at taking the vehicle over the longer period, a minimum of 24 months. With a long-term lease you’ll get standard manufacturers warranty, manufacturers roadside assistance as well as the road fund license included, you’ll know exactly what your payments are each month and you’ll get the best out of a brand new car for at least 2 years. At the end of the 2 years you simply hand it back.
On long-term leasing you can have anything from the budget Citroen C1 right up to supercars such as McLaren P1, Lamborghini Aventador and the Aston Martin. And of course anything in between!
Prices start from £79 + VAT* per calendar month, based on 8,000 miles per year, but we’re more than happy to give you a quote on the make and model car that you’re looking for. Give us a call on 01332 290173 or use the contact form below and we’ll be in touch shortly
* price quoted is for a Citroen C1 Puretech 82bhp Flair 5dr on a 24 month contract. Initial payment of £239.97 + VAT followed by 23 payments of £79.99 + VAT per calendar month. Contracted mileage of 8,000 miles per annum, non-maintained. Business users only.
All figures are based on business lease offers; an initial payment & VAT followed by 23/35/47/60 monthly payments 10k mpa, non-maintained. All business user rentals are plus VAT. Figures correct at the time of going to press 21/06/2016. All figures are subject to credit approval. Alternative models, contract periods and mileages available. Please call for a quotation. Pictures are for illustration purposes only. Cocoon Vehicles Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Personal Quotations Available on request. E & O E