New to the world of contract hire and leasing? You may have a few questions about the process before, during and after the arrangement.
As leasing has grown, so has the industry which supports its functions, in particular that for managing and repairing the vehicles.
Quite strangely, as the car is not owned by the customer, there is a real change in attitude towards the vehicle as to its conditions, maintenance and rectifying any issues.
These were very much part of our local personal leasing customer’s pre-sales qualification – of course a big thank you for them for collecting their vehicle from the CarLease UK team. Based in Warrington (Cheshire), the customer wanted a more personal touch and asked that we take delivery of their new car and arrange a one-to-one handover.
We are more than happy to do this for our customers based in and around the Manchester and Liverpool areas.
As you will note from the pictures here, in some cases a car is delivered by way of a transported delivery. This means that the vehicle is placed on a low loader, or similar, and is driven to the customer.
The key advantage here is that the new car incurs no miles and should arrive in a perfect condition for the customer to review. One of our leasing vehicle suppliers, BMW Park Lane, ensures that all vehicles are delivered in this manner.
For any customers looking to organise a new BMW in the central London area, purchase or lease, speak to their team there. As you will see from the pictures here, vehicles are managed to the highest possible standards.
In terms of the car shown here, the Mini CONVERTIBLE 1.5 Cooper Sport II 2door [Comfort/Nav Pack] (Petrol/Manual), this is based on the following configuration:
· Midnight Black Metallic Paint
· Dinamica/cloth – Carbon black with JCW sport seats
· Black mirror caps
· Hazy grey interior trim
· 17″ John Cooper Works track spoke alloy wheels
In terms of the packs shown here:
1. Comfort Pack – Adds heated front seats, storage pack and automatic air conditioning; and
2. Navigation Pack – Adds Apple CarPlay, MINI navigation and MINI connected.
As standard the car includes black velour floor mats, 4-speak sound system, LED headlights, cruise control with brake function, dinamica/cloth upholstery, air conditioning, body coloured mirror caps, 17” alloy wheels (John Cooper), heated rear window, heated washer jets rain sensing window wipers, sun/heat protection glass, DSC, hill start assist, Bluetooth with audio streaming, rear park distance control, stat./stop function with brake energy recuperation, DAB radio, John Cooper Works bodykit, dynamic brake lights, LED lights with Union Jack design, leather steering wheel, multifunction steering wheel, interior lighting with 12 basic colours, 50/50 split folding rear seats, keyless go, performance control and alarm system with tilt sensor/monitoring doors/tailgate/immobiliser.
On the technical-side, company car and business users can note the P11d at £24,260.00 and CO2 at 130g/km. The 1499CC 6 speed petrol engine offers 49.6 combined MPG (EC), 42.8 (WLTP), 136ps and 0-62 times of 8.8 seconds.
So would you select the Mini as your next convertible leasing option? Or would the Audi A3 Cabrio, BMW 2 Series Convertible or Mercedes SLC or perhaps a Mazda MX5 or Fiat 500 Cabrio gets your vote?
Find the best lease car deals on the Mini Convertible @CarLease UK – or – check out more cabrio and convertible lease car reviews below.