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Why Lease a Peugeot

Here at LeaseCar, we have many fantastic offers when it comes to Peugeot car lease deals. Peugeot leasing is incredibly easy with us, and you are able to choose from a variety of high quality reliable vehicles. We offer both Peugeot contract hire and superb Peugeot leasing offers across our whole range. Depending on your budget and requirements, there will be a Peugeot car to suit your personal or even business needs. Peugeot is synonymous with providing vehicles which are comfortable, reliable and efficient. In addition to this, they are all highly customisable, each model can be tailored by us to meet you.

We allow all of our customers here at LeaseCar to drive away on the very same day they agree and sign a contract with us. This is because we understand how important it is to be back up and running again, especially if you are leasing a fleet for business purposes for example. We will also deliver your Peugeot car free of charge and will also cover your road tax fee. We offer competitive deposit rates which means we can accommodate for the budgets of all manner of different people. This is why many people choose to lease their Peugeot vehicles with us.

We offer a variety of different types of offer when it comes to leasing with us here at LeaseCar, they include:

  • Peugeot business contract hire
  • Personal contract hire
  • Business contract purchase
  • Personal contract purchase
  • Finance leasing
  • Lease purchase
  • Hire purchase

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We offer a variety of cars from Peugeot; they are one of the most reliable and well respected automobile manufacturers in the world. We understand that choosing the vehicle for you can be an extremely tricky decision; this is why we are always more than happy to advise all of the customers who we come into contact with, with whatever information they need. From the moment we make initial contact with you, through the decision process and then throughout the contract period, we are always on hand to advise and guide you - we put customer services at the forefront of our operation. So, when choosing a Peugeot car for lease, our team of experts will ensure you are getting the vehicle which is best suited for your particular needs and one that is capable of achieving everything you want it to, and more.

So whether you’re after; a vehicle for nipping about town, or you need a larger family vehicle - no matter what your needs are, at LeaseCar, we will have both the car and the leasing deal for you.

Our Peugeot models

Peugeot 107

The Peugeot 107 is not only fantastic to look at, but it is cheap to run whilst also being smart on both the inside and the outside. With low running costs and a great engine to boot, the 107 is a smart, solid little city runaround which is most at home in the city, but isn't embarrassed elsewhere. The 107 is only available with a 1.6 litre engine, but for such a light car, it is really all that is needed.

The ride is smooth and soft whilst the 107 is easy to maneuver in tight spaces. It looks and feels like a car which is destined to spend most of its time in the city. The sharp handling does not disappoint, even at higher speeds. Inside the cabin you will find a well laid out dashboard, which is made with the highest possible quality and care. Visibility is excellent from the driving position, whilst the rest of the passenger seats are comfortable and offer space for a small family. The attempt to maximise the cabin space means that there is little room in the boot, so, if you’re planning on travelling within the city limits, the 107 could be the car for you.

Peugeot 2008

The Peugeot 2008 is a smart and stylish alternative to the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur. It is fun to drive whilst offering a refined 1.6 litre diesel engine, low running costs and a stylish cabin. It has all the looks of your normal SUV yet only has front wheel drive. The best option is the 1.6 e-HDi diesel engine, but whilst it may be a little noisey, it is incredibly fun to drive. The 2008’s six-gear gearbox is a little clunky but it is equalled out by the soft suspension, meaning the car feels comfortable at all speeds. Again, the 1.6 e-HDi diesel engine is the one to go for, this is because it is the most fuel efficient model in the whole range.

All in all, the 2008 never feels unstable, it is a relaxing drive which is really helped by the inclusion of a sixth gear. The 2008 is a steady vehicle which still retains that fun factor, it is a vehicle suitable for all different types of journey.

Peugeot 5008 MPV

The Peugeot 5008 is a very accomplished and spacious people carrier, it is good to drive, has a spacious boot and benefits from a very well made interior. The MPV is in direct rivalry with the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso, Ford S-Max, Renault Grand Scenic and Vauxhall Zafira Tourer. The 5008 has a lot going for it and is one of the best cars in its class.

The interior is stylish, made from good materials and is very well put together. The large, sweeping dashboard looks fantastic whilst there are also a number of classy chrome switches. The car has been set up for comfort over performance but it still offers a smooth and quiet ride. There is room for a small family in the 5008, with no shortage of space in both the front and back.

Peugeot’s design team have really gone to town to ensure they are making the most of all the available space. Even with all the seats in place, the car offers much more room than say the Ford Galaxy. The engine range is good, but we’d opt for the turbocharged 1.6-litre THP petrol option or the 2.0 litre HDi engine.

Contact us today if you feel the Peugeot 5008 MPV seems like it would be a suitable vehicle for you and your family.

Peugeot RCZ Coupe

The Peugeot RCZ Coupe really does look the part, its classy cabin, combined with fine engine choices make this striking coupe a great option for anyone. The 2.0 engine will be appealing to those looking for an economical driving option, and while it struggled on back roads, it is probably best out in the open. In the cabin the design is very similar to the 308 hatchback, making it simple to look at and to deal with. There is a good range of steering adjustment whilst the seating is easily customisable.

While the RCZ is a four seater, it is effectively a two seater car because of the limited legroom in the rear. You could possibly get two children in there, but it is not the most practical of the vehicle from the Peugeot range. Even the entry-level sports models have sports seats, dual-zone climate control, alloy wheels, a USB port and rear parking sensors. The GT versions add leather upholstery, electrically adjustable heated seats, front parking sensors and automatic lights.

Peugeot 207

Peugeot’s 207 is a very affordable top-down which means it is one of the most popular cars on their range. The engine range provides good power and efficiency whilst the cabin and boot space is reasonable. It isn’t the most comfortable car of its type, but what makes it such a great option is its good looks and it fantastic economy.

A brief history of Peugeot

  • 1810 - Considered to be the father of Peugeot, Jean-Pierre Peugeot was born in 1734 and over the course of his life he made many forays into industry, including the weaving business as well as running an oil mill and a grain mill. It was 1810 when Peugeot and his family began to move into engineering, the old grain mill was transformed into a foundry for producing steel products
  • 1889 - Armand Peugeot, the grandson of Jean-Pierre, was fascinated with mechanical engineering, he led the company in its quest to produce the first motorised vehicle. They began by producing steam machines but then moved onto petrol vehicles, the first vehicle was built in collaboration with Daimler and was called the Type 2 quadricycle.
  • 1929 - In 1929, the company produced their first mass produced car; the 201. It was the first vehicle to use the now iconic number system of three digits. This sealed Citroens passage from a small scale manufacturer to a mass producer. The 201 was the catalyst for the following 301, 401 and the 601 in 1934.
  • 1953 -The company has always had a reputation for producing innovative bikes, in 1953 this was developed even further with the release of their first scooter, the S55.
  • 1962 -The companies interest in mass-market coupes and cabriolets was sparked in 1934 by the success of the Eclipse 401 and 601. Both of these models were unique due to their retractable metal roofs which were designed by automobile designer and french war hero Georges Paulin.
  • 1977 -In 1977, Peugeot won its tenth Tour de France title with Bernard Thevenet, his record number of victories remains unbeaten to this day. The company still produces bikes, they are at the heart of its plans for environmentally-friendly travel.
  • 1983 -This was the year that the 205 was released, followed by the 205 Gti in 1984. The arrival of the 205 announced the start of the companies success story in the small car market.
  • 1999 -Peugeot launched the worlds first HDi engine equipped with a Diesel Particulate Filter. The 607 was equipped with this new innovation which has now been rolled out across all the Peugeot HDi models.
  • 2009 -During 2006, Peugeot made motorsports history when the company came in both first and second place in the touch Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.
  • 2010 -In 2010, Peugeots designers shifted focus to create a simpler and more dynamic logo, showcasing a new sense of movement. The year also saw a number of futuristic vehicle launches including the launch of the EX1 concept car, the RZ Coupe and the Peugeot iOn.

The company now has over 200 years of history and a fantastic reputation for innovation, at LeaseCar, we are delighted to be able to stock a variety of different vehicles from the company.

About LeaseCar

At LeaseCar, we stock a wide variety of Peugeot cars which can suit an array of different people and their unique needs. This includes Peugeot car lease, Peugeot contract hire as well as a number of lease purchase and contract purchase options. Our range of vehicles vary in size, shape, colour and performance, so you can be sure we have the exact vehicle for you. Our vehicles are all safe and durable, which means you can be sure to be able to rely on them. If you would like to lease a Peugeot car, please do not hesitate to get in touch with one of our friendly and helpful staff members. You can call us on 0845 259 1914 for more information or take a look around our website!