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Select Ford Van Leasing Deals

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

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

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

Business contract hire Ford Fiesta,
Ford Fiesta
Business contract hire Ford Ranger,
Ford Ranger
Business contract hire Ford Transit,
Ford Transit
Business contract hire Ford Transit Connect,
Ford Transit Connect
Business contract hire Ford Transit Courier,
Ford Transit Courier
Business contract hire Ford Transit Custom,
Ford Transit Custom

Special Offers on All Ford Vans at Select Leasing

Tips On How To Negotiate A Van Lease
If you are planning on leasing a van, you need to know how to negotiate to get the best rate possible. Once you have found a good leasing company, here are some van leasing tactics you should consider.

1.Know Your Budget

There’s much more to leasing a van than the actual price. You need to know the figures ahead of time so you can know your budget and how much you are willing to spend on the lease. Some of the things to consider include the down payment, the total cost of the vehicle, the mileage limit, the buyout price.

Low Cost Contract Hire on All Ford Vans at Select Vans, including:
Fiesta, Transit, Courier, Custom, Connect & Ranger Jeeps

2. Know The Type Of Car You Need

When you show up at the leasing company, you need to have an idea of the type of car you want to lease. You need to do your research ahead of time to find out the best model for your needs. That way, the brokers will not push you to purchase a car you don’t need. Actually, it will give them the idea that you know what you are looking for.

3. Choose A Good Day

You need to clear out your schedule if you are planning to visit a dealership to lease a vehicle. Make sure you are feeling well and have eaten to avoid any embarrassments. Remember, the negotiation process might take a while so you need to be prepared for anything. Don’t rush into settling for a car because you are in a hurry to go eat or get out of there.

4. Bring Backup

You might feel a little confident in your negotiation skills but it’s always good to bring a backup. It might be a relative or a friend who is intimidating and if they are there with you, then you will get a good deal out of your car lease. Basically, this person will remind you the original budget and help in the negotiation process, even when you feel like giving up.

5. Be Ready To Walk Out

One rule of negotiation is they can always go lower. Therefore, if you feel like you are not getting what you came for, you should be prepared to walk out for dramatic effect. It’s a guarantee that the broker will call you back immediately and choose your offer. Even if they let you go, there is always another dealership desperate enough to accept your bid. Try this van lease negotiation skills and you will get a good deal on your next lease!

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