1st February 2021
6 benefits of leasing a car through a business
MINIs are all about having fun. Playful, colourful and unique, these cars have strong links to British motor heritage and aren’t only pretty to look at, they’re fun to drive as well. MINI has built a reputation as one of the UK’s most unique car brands, and pride itself on standing out. Because nobody wants to fade into the background.
While the MINI range isn’t extensive, it allows them to hyper-focus on their vehicles to ensure their customers get the best driving experience; which is evident in vehicles like the Clubman and stylish 3-door hatch.
We provide new and used MINIs, so you can get the latest cars and save a little cash on your lease deal. We also offer personal and business lease deals. View our best MINI lease deals and get a car from the most unique car manufacturers with a long-standing British heritage.Types of MINI leasing
Our most popular form of leasing is for people who want a MINI car to improve their lifestyle – whether it’s looking for something fr your daily commute or you need something for your weekends away. All you have to do is pick a car and tell us how long you want to lease it. Make arrangements for the end of your lease and stick to your monthly payments. It’s that easy!
There’s nothing like a MINI to show your clients you’re stylish and on-trend, which is why we offer MINI cars on a business lease. All MINI cars provide a sensible, executive look, so you can pick any of their vehicles and make a lasting impression.
Leasing a MINl doesn’t have to come with loads of upfront payments, as we allow you to avoid paying a deposit altogether. Use your money where you need it, and prevent any fees for 30 days. Relax and save for your first payment without having to worry about an initial cost.
MINI isn’t only available to people with good credit; we offer bad credit deals for people who’ve suffered financial hardship. That can include anything from defaults, bad credit, IVAs and CCJs. And while we can’t guarantee acceptance, we work with specialist lenders that do their best to get you behind the wheel.
If you spot something you love on our website, don’t delay and drive away on the same day. Our in stock vehicles are available right away, here’s how to get one:
If you’d prefer us to deliver your car, we can arrange to send it to any location in the UK for a small extra cost.
How much is it to lease a MINI?
The cheapest MINI is the standard hatch, and we have lease deals under £200 a month.
Is MINI reliable?
MINI are well-made vehicles, but they can suffer problems just like any other car. To offer you extra security, we offer bespoke maintenance packages on all our vehicles, and we inspect and test all used vehicles before you receive them. We also provide a six-month complimentary warranty on all our cars, and you may get a manufacturer’s warranty if it’s still valid.
Where are MINI made?
MINI manufactures its cars in the UK.
Does MINI have an electric or hybrid car?
MINI has an electric car called the MINI Electric.
Is MINI worth the money?
MINI cars are worth it on a lease contract, you get to drive an exceptional vehicle without paying for the cost of ownership, so the finance amount is much lower than if you were trying to buy the car.
What is the best MINI to lease?
It all depends on what you want from the car; if you’re looking for something stylish, go for the Hatch; if you want something practical go for the Clubman.
How long does a MINI car last?
MINI cars are well-known for having plenty of longevity in them. You’ll be getting the car in its best years, so you shouldn’t have to worry about longevity anyway.
Are MINI cars expensive to maintain?
As a mid-market vehicle, MINI parts aren’t the most expensive or the cheapest. However, you’ll get the car in its early years, where faults are much less common.
Should I buy or lease a MINI?
It depends on what you want from the car. Leasing doesn’t involve as much responsibility, and most people can usually lease a better car than if they were to buy. However, if you don’t mind having an older car and want to own a car, buying could be a better option.
Are MINIs cheap to insure?
MINIs are average when it comes to insurance prices, so they aren’t too expensive to insure.