What is van leasing?
Van leasing is also known as contract hire, and it’s one of the most inexpensive and worry-free ways to access a new vehicle.
The dictionary definition of a van lease is a contract through which one party, either the funder or a funding house, owns the vehicle but permits usage rights to another party, the leaseholder – that’s you - for a set period under set conditions.
Vanparison is a vehicle leasing broker.
We negotiate competitive lease deals with funders and connect the link between them and the dealership or manufacturer supplying the lease vehicle.
A van lease allows you to drive a new vehicle for a set period with a pre-agreed annual mileage limit, and you’ll need to make an initial down payment of between three and nine months. In some circumstances ‘no deposit leasing’ is available, where your first monthly instalment will act as your deposit, and you pay the same amount every month.
At the end of your term, it’s as simple as handing the van back.
When the time comes to return your vehicle, we will assess if any additional charges are applicable. This can be due to a breach of terms such as damaged or missing accessories, excessive mileage, or the vehicle being in an unacceptable condition.
Leasing is a completely flexible financing method.
You can lease any make and model of vehicle on business or personal agreement, you can pick the colour and trim, and you can pick a contract length that suits you.
The van will be delivered and collected from an address that’s convenient to you, whether that’s your home or your workplace.
Your set monthly payments will include a standard manufacturer warranty, breakdown cover, and the prevailing rate of road tax for the length of your agreement.
We offer maintenance or complete car packages with all our vehicles, which cover you for servicing, replacement tyres, and insurance, or you can be responsible for these separately.
It's important to find the most suitable finance option for you.
We encourage you to explore all options of finance to find the one that works for you and your circumstances.
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