What is the Percentage of List: Explained

What Is The Percentage Of List: Explained The ‘percentage of list’ is the difference between the capital cost (OTR price) and the Residual Value (RV). This shows, at a glance, exactly where value is attributed as a percentage. The lower the number, the better the percentage of list. This is usually a good indication of

Car Leasing Guide: Hire Period, Mileage, Excess Mileage and Deposit

Hire Period, Mileage, Excess Mileage and Deposit Hire Period The hire period/contract term is the specific amount of time you will have the car in your possession. Generally, the hire period for contract hire, i.e. leasing, is between 24 months (2 years) to 60 months (5 years). Some companies will let you lease a vehicle

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Leasing Guide | Car Leasing Guru

The Best Alfa Romeo Stelvio To Lease Is: The base model diesel 2.2 D 190 Super 5dr Auto. Why? It offers the best value when compared with the other Stelvio models. We gave it an 8.8 / 10 in terms of overall value for money. It offers reasonable specification, without compromising on the overall cost

Service Interval – Why It’s Important When Leasing!

Different vehicles have different service intervals. Most services are dynamic and specific to the way you drive and/or that specific vehicle. An Audi R8 will have a different service schedule to a Volkswagen Golf for example. You are generally required to take a vehicle for a service once a year, or depending on mileage. Why

Can You Lease A Used Car? – Answered

The short answer is Yes. However, it can sometimes get a little more complex depending on the age of the vehicle, how it is worded online and if the manufacturer has built more supply than there is for demand… Let’s start at the beginning. In order for a leasing company to a discount from the

How Leasing Companies Operate – Discounts

Leasing companies cannot operate without the discounts they get from manufacturers, FACT! There are three main ways in which a leasing company will get consistent discounts. One is through the manufacturer, the other through the dealer and the third through a third party who has access to discounted vehicles (through their existing relationships with the

How To Get A Cheaper Lease! – Residual Value

The residual value of anything, (including cars or vans) is the price of an asset at the end of its usable life. How much, for example, is a vehicle worth in 3, 4 or 5 years etc. Independent vehicle pricing companies are the main driving force in the UK for all things relating to vehicle