Luxury car leasing is almost certainly growing in the UK. There has never been a higher demand for quality and luxurious automotive options, particularly in the personal contract hire and personal contract purchase sector. With recent changes from the Chancellors budget announcements, salary sacrifice and company car schemes are effectively becoming less and less pragmatic or efficient and so employees are looking towards contract hire schemes instead.
We recently had the pleasure of delivering one of the UK’s best-selling luxury SUV’s and 4×4… the Range Rover Sport Diesel Estate 3.0 SDV6 306 [HSE] Dynamic 5dr Auto (browse deals.) Customer demand for the Range Rover Evoque, and its bigger brother, the Sport, is persistently high.
We suppose the Sport is the epitome of a luxury yet practical 4×4; don’t forget these machines are designed for use in sand, gravel, snow and ice. Contrary to popular belief, they are not always a Chelsea tractor!
Our local Manchester leasing customer wanted something different to replace their Audi A5 Sportback. Having test-driven, quoted, reviewed and pondered over a plethora of options – the Mercedes GLE SUV and Coupe, the BMW X5 an X6, the Jaguar F-Pace, the Volvo XC90 – the customer made the decision that the Range Rover would be the preferred option.
In terms of specification, the car is based on the following:
Metallic Paint – Loire Blue
Oxford Perforated Leather – Almond
Colourway – Espresso/Almond
Interior – Espresso/Almond with Almond Seats – Oxford)
Morzine Ivory Headlining
Grand Black Veneer Finisher
Fixed panoramic sunroof with electric sunblind (body coloured)
Body coloured side sills and bumpers
Privacy glass (to rear of B post)
Customer configurable interior mood lighting
21″ 5 split-spoke ‘Style 507’ with Satin Dark Grey finish
By upgrading to the Dynamic, over the HSE, you get the Red Brembo brake callipers, grille in gloss black, gloss black fender, gloss black bonnet vents, 21” alloys (with a choice of finish), all-terrain progress control, twin-transfer box and stainless sports pedals. Add to that standard specification which includes heated windscreen, washer jets, hill control, descent control, adaptive dynamics, rear distance control, HDD premium navigation, front parking aid, visual parking display, interior mood lighting, xenon lights, 16-way electric seats (with lumbar support), dual zone climate control, rear view camera and the beautiful Oxford perforated leather.
All-in-all, there is very little else you would need to add to something of this standing – maybe the privacy glass, panoramic sunroof and the colour contrast roof?
However, is the Range Rover Sport the leading luxury leasing option in your opinion? With the new Maserati Levante, the Bentley Bentayga and the Jaguar F-Pace, can you really make a clear cut decision?
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