Vauxhall has always been one of the stalwarts of motor manufacturing, building extremely popular family models like the Astra and Corsa through to the dependable Insignia many businesses choose, its attractive Grandland X and Mokka X SUVs that tick plenty of boxes, and the fairly new Combo Life MPV large enough for almost anything. Vauxhall has now started an exciting new chapter with the introduction of the plug-in hybrid Grandland PHEV and imminently-arriving electric Corsa-E. Search and compare CarLeasingPeople's latest Vauxhall lease offers and prices by model.
A regular in the UK's top 5 best-selling cars each year, the compact Vauxhall Corsa city 'supermini' has long represented a good choice for motorists requiring a well-equipped and economical car for urban life, with peppy engines and decent handling. The all-new Corsa will be very here soon meaning that car leasing customers can expect some great deals and special offer prices on current 3-door and 5-door hatchback models over the next few months before the new Corsa appears on UK roads from January 2020, with the electric Corsa-E expected in April. Compare our Corsa lease prices today.
While the recent mid-life facelift isn't radical in visual terms, with the Vauxhall Astra's attractive design just subtly freshened for 2019, PSA taking over has brought some impressively economical engines to the lineup which, along with aerodynamic improvements including a 3D grille that opens and closes intelligently, have reduced the Astra range's overall CO2 emissions by 19%. Optional IntelliLux LED Matrix Lights on the outside and a more premium and comfortable interior than ever boost the Vauxhall Astra's desirability, with the Sports Tourer offering additional practicality to families, business, sports and travel-loving drivers. Discover our Vauxhall Astra lease offers and tailor the contract to suit your pocket.
Perfect for families and also as a crew van for sports and social organisations and a range of businesses, the relatively new Combo Life and 7-seat XL version are based on PSA's tried and tested MPV people-carriers and combine acres of space, room for 3 ISOFIX seats across the 2nd row and practical touches like overhead airline storage and sliding doors with the latest infotainment and safety systems, from Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity to a head-up display. Read our Vauxhall Combo Life XL review and find your ideal lease package today.
With chunky looks, a distinctive two-tone roof, the brand's family light signature and a slightly raised driving position, there's a lot to like about the compact Vauxhall Crossland X crossover SUV and it typically attracts strong personal lease deals, particularly in Elite Nav trim. It's easy to park thanks to being the most compact crossover SUV in Vauxhall's range, which is reassuring for new or less confident drivers, while its hard-wearing, comfortable and reasonably spacious interior is ideal for families, and there is a wide selection of trims and engines to choose from. Configure your perfect Vauxhall Crossland X lease deal.
This model sits in the middle of Vauxhall's 'X' family of crossover SUVs in terms of size and features AGR-approved seats rated highly by back experts for their comfort, along with optional four-wheel drive and a 4x4 descent control system for drivers who need to tackle slippery or uneven road surfaces at times. Electronic climate control comes as standard and a recommended option is the intelligent, adaptive LED headlights that bend round corners. The 'whisper quiet' diesel engine equips the car with a reported range of 785 miles, and it was recently voted the 'most dependable small SUV' by J.D. Power for 2019. Discover CarLeasingPeople's latest Vauxhall Mokka lease offers today.
Quietly muscular and sporty styling epitomises the largest crossover SUV in Vauxhall's 'X' family and the Grandland X is as smart on the inside as it is externally, with ambient lighting, a heated steering wheel, electrically-operated tailgate (boot lid), wireless phone charging and other premium-like options. The generous 514-litre boot expands to 1,652 litres courtesy of Vauxhall's FlexFold seat technology, and as far as engines are concerned the 1.2-litre petrol continues to prove a hit, while the 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre diesel units excel at fuel consumption. The focus is now on the plug-in hybrid electric Vauxhall Grandland X PHEV, though, packaging a potent 300PS, four driving modes and an electric range of up to 31 miles with 36g/km CO2 emissions, 16% benefit in kind (BIK) tax for company car drivers, and Hybrid4 four-wheel drive for added traction, with charging taking around 1 hour 45 minutes. Search our latest Grandland X lease offers to find your match.
The Insignia has long been one of the go-to options for individuals and businesses looking for a large, dependable, practical and affordable saloon or estate car, and Vauxhall added a touch of class with the Country Tourer variant, which is currently still available to lease on personal contract hire (PCH) and business vehicle leasing, although Vauxhall has just discontinued sales of Sports Tourer estate versions of the Insignia. The Grand Sport saloon with its coupe-like hatchback profile will continue to be made and looks stunning in SRi guise, while its drivetrain versatility includes four-wheel drive, and Vauxhall's FlexRide chassis and suspension platform proves superbly comfortable on UK roads. See how affordable Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport lease prices can be.