Five Top Lease Cars Under £150 Per Month
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This funky looking city car is cheap to run, rather lively, and provides good value for money. The Spark is a practical 5-door car which can fit 5 adults inside at a squeeze; however knee room is a little tight. The dashboard is smartly styled, with all the buttons and knobs being easy to use. Entry level Chevrolet Sparks come with six airbags, a USB socket and a four speaker stereo. However as the Spark is no longer available brand new, you’ll have to secure an ex-demo or second hand deal.
Plenty of fun is to be had in this eye catching little car, whether you’re nipping around in the city or cruising on the open road. This little car is a great money-saver as it is both low cost to run and has no road tax at all to pay. Every model of the Aygo comes standard with hill-start assistance, LED daytime running lights and a USB port. However if you’re wanting a snazzier interior, you may want to look at the X-Play model, as this includes a height adjustable steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity, and the option to customize the interior panels to any colour of your choice.
For a car so small, the VW Up uses every little bit of space inside, with room for two small adults in the back providing they aren’t too tall. The five door version is the better option for carrying more passengers without the tight squeeze. Although the Up only has a small engine, it still offers a supple drive around town, whilst being comfortable and quiet when driving out in the open. Our favourite model is the Move Up; this is the middle range which features body-coloured door handles, along with the mirrors, air conditioning, electric front windows and a much more attractive interior.
This cheap yet cheerful car is comes well-equipped with safety features, especially for a budget car. Not only is there a driver and passenger airbag, but there is also the option of side impact and thorax airbags, along with a driver seatbelt reminder. The 107 comes decently specced and features a CD player, Auxiliary input, electric windows and central locking. Although the 107 only offers a limited range of seating adjustment, the driver will find it easy to get comfortable. This small city car is very economical with 61mpg and road tax of only £20.
The Ford KA is very similar to the Fiat 500; cheap to run, easy to drive, with a unique style. The KA is pretty basic inside, and the standard model doesn’t come with much equipment; just a stereo and a 12v power socket. However the boot space is reasonable, compared to that of the 107, with plenty of room for your weekend luggage. Overall, the KA is a peppy little city car which provides a supple ride over rough and uneven roads, and is extremely comfy for a budget car, even when driving on the motorway.