Is there really a best SUV leasing option?
The SUV leasing market is, without doubt, the biggest and most competitive in the UK. In the last 2-3 years, consumer buying habits in the UK have altered dramatically, with more preference for the higher-up SUV and crossover vehicle.
It’s very difficult to pinpoint just why this change has occurred. However, the SUV is really a practical vehicle – spacious, comfortable driving position, stylish and most are now well-stocked with great specification.
Many manufacturers are throwing huge investment unto these vehicles to offer the customer the best experience at the best price.
So what is the best option in the market? This is a very difficult question to answer with options including the Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tuscon, Peugeot 3008, VW Tiguan, Renault Kadjar, Suzuki Vitara and the car shown, the Nissan Qashqai.
In fairness, Nissan were really the first manufacturer to harness the power of the SUV market and for some time they had a monopoly on vehicle supplies.
Clearly this is no longer the case and manufactures, including the luxury ones, are battling for supremacy.
· Pearl – Storm white
· Leather – Graphite
· 19″ Alloy wheels
The Tekna is the elite specification within the Qashqai range, sitting above the Visia, Acenta and N-Connecta. As standard you get privacy glass, rain sensing wipers, emergency braking, hill start assist, around view monitor, Bluetooth, Hill start assist, park assist, blind spot monitoring, lane departure system, 5” screen, traffic sign detection, push button starter, sat nav, electric folding mirrors (and heated), DAB radio, 19” alloys, leather upholstery, climate control, ambient lighting, intelligent key, heated front seats, alarm, immobiliser and LED lights. Like many cars nowadays you cannot add any further specification, you just have to move up in terms of the specification range.
On the technical-side, company car drivers can note the 103g/km of CO2 and P11d at £27605.00. The 1461CC 6 speed manual engine delivers 110ps, 0-62 times of 12 seconds and combined MPG 70.6. Service intervals are set at every 12 months or 18,000 miles. This means you do need to consider a driver-maintained vs funder-maintained arrangement.
So which SUV option would be your choice for your next car?
Let us know your thoughts!!
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