What is the best SUV leasing deal? Good luck in qualifying that question! The UK automotive market is now swimming with great SUV options, in all makes/models/sizes/engines; actually choosing one is now almost impossible.
With higher-specification Nissan Qashqai, Kia Sportage, Peugeot 3008 or medium specification Audi Q3, BMW X2 and Jaguar E-Pace all seemingly available, the customer is going to have to carefully consider their way forwards.
The growth of SUV products has come about because customers now prefer a high-driving position, aesthetics and technology. Manufacturers invest more into their crossover product and customers are now benefiting from this by procuring cars with navigation, parking sensors, heated front seats and active cruise control. It has also become clear that the traditional MPV/family cars are simply not as popular; from a looks-perspective these are a little tad and boring.
As such, they are not being produced in anywhere near the quantity they used to.
In terms of the car shown here, the BMW X1 ESTATE sDrive 20i M Sport 5dr Step [Auto] Petrol, this is based on the following configuration:
· Mineral Grey Metallic Paint
· Micro Cloth/ Anthracite Alcantara with Blue highlight
· High-gloss black interior trim with Pearl Chrome finish
· 18″ M double-spoke bicolour light alloy wheels – style 570M
· Sun protection glass
As standard the car includes a navigation system, 18” alloys, m sports suspension, cruise control, automatically dimming rear view mirror, rear park distance control, Bluetooth, heat insulating tinted glass, heated windscreen washer jets, rain sensor including headlight activation, ASC, brake energy regeneration, DTC, DSC, hill start assist, active guard, attentiveness assist, automatic tailgate opening, BMW Online, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, DAB radio, body coloured externals, DAB radio, adaptive LED headlights, follow me home headlights, halogen lights, welcome home function, air conditioning, extended storage, multifunction steering wheel, boot light, sports seats, 40/20 split folding seats, electronic differential lock, Thatcham cat 1 alarm and an immobiliser. In terms of additional factor options consider – sun protection glass, front park distance control and driver assistant pack.
On the technical-side, company car and business users can note the P11d at £33,920.00 and CO2 at 136g/km. The 1998CC 7 speed auto petrol engine delivers 47.1 combined MPG (EC), 36.7 (WLTP), 192ps and 0-62 times of 7.6 seconds. Service intervals are set at every 24 months or 18,000 miles whichever lands sooner.
So would the X1 be your select car leasing option? Or would you be going for one of the other alternatives?
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