A CAR expert has revealed the best cars to lease for £200 a month.
With the cost of living continuing to be high, many motorists are struggling to find an affordable car that doesn’t cost the earth to maintain.
Handy, car experts at leasing.com have compiled a list of some of the best value cars for those on a tighter budget.
More practical than a family hatchback, the station wagon coupe Kia ProCeed can comfortably accommodate two adults in the back seat, while a child seat can be easily installed.
The car experts explain: “In addition, the Pro Ceed offers 594 liters of luggage space with the seats folded up and 1545 liters with the seats folded, so there is plenty of storage space.”
In addition, the car offers great driving comfort with a 10.25-inch touchscreen satellite navigation system that includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The car pundits claim that this second-generation small SUV is a significant step up from its hugely successful predecessor and is a vehicle that will set you apart from the crowd.
They say: “The Nissan Juke is now also available with an efficient hybrid drive option.”
“Inside, the Juke offers an 8-inch Nissan Connect touchscreen entertainment system, as well as a 4.2-inch TFT full-color screen for driver’s convenience, as well as Nissan Connect services and WiFi connectivity.”
The Fiat 500 combines a classic retro look with modern technology.
Experts from Leasing.com revealed: “The car has redefined global urban chic and has been upgraded with hybrid powertrains to reduce your fuel consumption.”
“With 70hp and 0-100km/h in 13.8 seconds, the Fiat 500 offers a nimble driving experience and at under £200 a month it’s a real bargain.”
If you’re looking for an SUV that drives cheaply and drives well, the Peugeot 2008 should be on your list.
The experts stated: “The 2008 station wagon stands out on the road with its choice of bold color schemes and is a lot of fun to steer around town. In addition, with its elegant six-speed manual transmission, it complements the small steering wheel of the vehicles.” .”
According to car experts, the Suzuki Swift is fun to drive and a popular choice among small car seekers.
They say: “The trunk is a reasonable 265 liters with the seats up, but if you need a bit more storage space on a journey you can fold the rear seats away and the trunk has a capacity of 579 litres.”
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