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Select Audi Car Leasing Deals

Some Great Contract Hire and car Leasing Offers on all Audi Vehicles, Click the deals below to view the great lease deals on on the Audi car range.

Select Vehicle Leasing has some fantastic contract hire and car leasing deals on all Audi for both business and personal customers, choose one of the many special offers we currently have on our Audi deals page.

Click on the images below to view our fantastic Business contract hire deals on the Audi range.

Business contract hire Audi A1, Hatchback
Audi A1, Hatchback
Business contract hire Audi A3, Hatchback
Audi A3, Hatchback
Business contract hire Audi A4, Estate
Audi A4, Estate
Business contract hire Audi A4, Saloon
Audi A4, Saloon
Business contract hire Audi A5, Hatchback
Audi A5, Hatchback
Business contract hire Audi A6, Estate
Audi A6, Estate
Business contract hire Audi A6, Saloon
Audi A6, Saloon
Business contract hire Audi A7, Hatchback
Audi A7, Hatchback
Business contract hire Audi A8, Saloon
Audi A8, Saloon
Business contract hire Audi Q2, SUV / 4x4
Audi Q2, SUV / 4x4
Business contract hire Audi Q3, SUV / 4x4
Audi Q3, SUV / 4x4
Business contract hire Audi Q5, SUV / 4x4
Audi Q5, SUV / 4x4
Business contract hire Audi Q7, SUV / 4x4
Audi Q7, SUV / 4x4
Business contract hire Audi Q8, SUV / 4x4
Audi Q8, SUV / 4x4

Audi Car Leasing Special Offers at Select Leasing

It is most motorists preference to lease a car rather than buying one upfront. Leasing offers various benefits such as the fixed drivers' costs that are a convenient, less expensive choice, high resale costs for used vehicles, and low-interest rates.

The gradual depreciation of the car during the period of the contract is considered to evaluate the required monthly charges. However, most consumers find it hard to question the charges quoted for the lease deals they are interested in. They also fail to realize that those costs can almost always be negotiated. Below are some of the steps you could follow in negotiating yourself a good car leasing deal.

1. Consider Your Car Choice
If you don't feel like you've missed out if you don't drive the latest car, you could lease one that is going to be shortly succeeded by a newer model. This indicates that it will soon be rendered surplus stock, and you'll be in an excellent position to negotiate a considerable discount. You may also want to find out if the dealership is providing any capitalised cost reduction for specific models/manufacturers. You'll also like to choose a model that will not experience too much depreciation during the lease period.

2. Be Familiar With The Financer's Cap Cost and Role
It's essential to clearly understand that your lease's financing company is buying your chosen vehicle on your behalf. For this reason, they will try and get as much as they can of the car's purchase price, via your monthly payments and other applied costs such as non-refundable deposit, the acquisition fee, and other end-of-lease penalties. Once your lease agreement is over, however, the financer will generate more revenue from reselling the vehicle. It's recommended that you show desire in buying the car upfront before discussing your interest to lease with the car dealership.

Low Cost Leasing on Popular Audi Models:
A1, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8 + Q2, Q3, Q5, Q7, Q8

3. Consider Other Leasing Costs
Apart from the cap cost and the monthly leasing fee, there are a few other leasing costs you should pay attention to determine the real value of any deal presented to you. These include: - Purchase option fee- Disposition fee- Early termination fee- Penalty fees for damage- Penalty charge for every exceeded mile- Maintenance Understanding how these fees apply for a potential lease will help you be in an excellent position to negotiate. Make sure that you're aware of the figures associated with the above fees before you sign any kind of lease contract. Although the above list isn't comprehensive, these few tips will help you get the confidence to negotiate a better and reasonable leasing deal.

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