Land Rover Range Rover Leasing
About Range Rover Leasing
With Range Rover leasing, there’s an improved spectrum of more fuel-efficient, even more, powerful engines and all-new Hybrid ultra-low emission drivetrain.
As standard, because its a Range Rover lease you’ll be driving this iconic Land Rover, but without ever having to take on the financial risks of car ownership.
As you might expect, a bewildering level of optional equipment awaits to help create the perfect deal.
So how about that upgrade? Might you go for automatic door closing or even driver & passenger seats with hot-stone massaging? With a Range Rover lease, the choice is yours.
Many customers still abbreviate the name of this ultimate SUV to ‘RR’ or ‘full-size RR’. If you see and hear these terms, they all refer to the top-line Range Rover, or as it’s officially known: The Range Rover.
With a Range Rover lease, we offer all of the famous Range Rover model names.
You can lease the Range Rover Vogue, Range Rover Vogue SE and Range Rover Autobiography – some of our most popular offers.
There’s also Range Rover SVO, its the most exclusive, luxury SUV lease.
Whichever Range Rover you choose, Electronic Air Suspension comes as standard. This suspension system is continuously self-adjusting, suiting different driving styles and a mode to lower the tailgate for easy load space access.
Leasing a Range Rover with Hybrid technology is undoubtedly a win for any business. Please request a quotation for a Hybrid Range Rover, if your business wants to reduce worldwide emissions and reduce company car benefit in kind.
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Opt for a Range Rover Vogue, and you’ll be leasing the entry-level but most popular variant. Standard equipment includes 20” wheels, keyless entry, Windsor leather, Hi-definition Meridian Sound & a reversing camera. Range Rover Vogue is a perfect blend of luxury & refinement, besides also offering the lowest monthly cost for a new Range Rover.
The standard specification for a Range Rover Vogue SE Lease is that bit more special.
It’s certainly worth the extra monthly cost if a 360-degree parking camera & assistance system to help manoeuvre into tight spaces, larger 21” alloy wheels, softer semi-aniline leather seats that both heat & cool your passengers along with a 20-way, powered memory seat for the upfront occupants all sound good to you.
“Full Size” or “Full Fat” are both phrases people use when describing they want to lease the Range Rover. A Range Rover is the most extensive & most expensive SUV in Land Rovers line-up.
In more recent years the brand has expanded with multiple siblings that share ‘Range Rover’ in part of their description but if you use the expression “Full-Size Range Rover” this is a way to get your point across. It lets everyone know you wanted the ultimate and most well know Range Rover available for lease.
We recommend avoiding the longer wheelbase Range Rover unless you have a strong need for extra rear legroom.
There’s just under 20 cm more space available than on the shorter wheelbase, but as a consequence, the overall balance, certainly from the drivers perspective isn’t as sharp & trying to park the more extended wheelbase in town is a nightmare.
But, if you’ve made up your mind & perhaps a chauffeur is driving you around then a choice of powerful Range Rover SDV8, P400e & 5.0 V8 engines await with a final decision to be made you on if it’s to be an Autobiography or SV lease.
It’s easy to spec-up a Range Rover lease & build your configuration from a bewildering array of optional equipment & personalised colourways. For the interior, Ivory, Ebony, Almond & Espresso leather upholstery looks great when paired with a Shadow walnut or Grand Black Veneer Finisher.
If you fancy something hi-tech, why not keep the kids happy (& quiet) by ordering Rear Seat Entertainment or how about the Black Exterior Pack with painted black-painted alloy wheels if you want the give your Range Rover a ‘stealthy’ look. Either way, you’ll soon be well on your way to creating a perfect Range Rover leasing deal.
Going with a Hybrid Range Rover could be beneficial for both Business & Personal users, but differing reasons. For business, taking advantage of the Hybrid’s low Co2 creates a very tax-efficient lease & a smaller benefit in kind for company car drivers.
For a personal lease, being able to use the battery electric power on short commutes or town centre shopping trips could be handy & with a Hybrid Range Rover Lease, you’re kinder to the environment.
So if you’ve made up your mind & a Hybrid Range Rover lease is right for you to remember there’s still a comprise to be made when comparing with the other engines. Lugging around a heavier vehicle because of the excess battery weight means Hybrids don’t drive quite as well, aren’t as fuel-efficient when out of charge & another essential consideration could be, you can’t order a factory fitted, electrically deployable tow bar, for sure to be a problem if towing is your thing!
Overall we’d say a Hybrid Range Rover lease is worth serious consideration but may not be not quite right for everyone.
It’s a big decision, but a Range Rover Autobiography lease is generally one of the more expensive options on the table & therefore isn’t as prevalent when many clients are trying to keep the monthly rentals down.
That said, if you have your heart set on a Range Rover Autobiography lease, then you already know this variant is all about the highest level of interior refinement, convenience & executive class comfort so probably expected to pay a higher monthly rental in return for a fantastic standard specification.
A way to balance the books might be to increase the initial payment, 12 rentals in advance is commonplace to help make a Range Rover Autobiography Lease fit the budget!
Has to be said though, what a client initially asks for & what they subsequently lease aren’t always the same thing.
Sometimes an Autobiography lease is just too expensive, but in reality that doesn’t matter so much, as most clients were better off with a Vogue SE lease, precisely fine-tuned with a critical number of their preferred extras & as ‘the’ Experts we’ll help you find a great solution.
Range Rover SV Dynamic is the flagship, Autobiography variant available for lease. SV Dynamic has been designed to take you & your passengers from A to B in the refined way you’d expect just with a more Dynamic & Sporty drive, all thanks to a range-topping Supercharged V8 engine.
If leasing the Range Rover SV Dynamic is a must then why not take advantage of the bespoke ‘Ultra’ metallic paint finish service that’s available when you rent one of the most exclusive SUV’s on the market.
Velocity Blue, Mesclito Black & Flux are truly epic colours & because keeping the costs down on this occasion doesn’t seem to be a priority you’ll be bagging a Range Rover SUV Lease that looks & goes like no other!
Yes, if you or a business decides to lease a Range Rover, there’s plenty of interior space with five seats as standard.
For the rear passengers, there’s even greater comfort from an increased layback on the seats but still boasting 900 litres of boot space for suitcases & all the gear.
Panoramic Roofs are prevalent these days & the good news: yes Range Rover has one as standard.
If you prefer the sliding panoramic roof, that’s an upgrade on the Vogue & Vogue SE lease – but is a no-cost option for the Autobiography.
We’d love to help you configure a fantastic specification to suit your exact requirements so please get in touch.
There’s a beautiful mix of contemporary exterior paint colours included within the standard Range Rover Leasing package.
We’d highly recommend Santorini Black, Yulong White, Indus Silver, Corris grey metallic paint & for a little extra to your monthly leasing costs try Premium Carpathian grey, a fabulous twist on a gun-metal grey.
As Prestige Car Leasing experts, we can analyse all the numbers, but when push comes to shove, a petrol or diesel Range Rover Lease is going to be chosen only you or business can make.
There’s no doubt, if you go with the more powerful 5.0 V8 supercharged petrol engine it’s a ‘heck of a ride’, smoother too & the P400e hybrid has benefits that are more wide-reaching than just fuel savings but the SDV6 & SDV8 diesel engines have more torque & certainly for the V6, are usually more competitive in terms of leasing cost.
For us, in the absence of a more frugal, smaller petrol engine we’d take the Range Rover SDV6 on lease every time because there’s plenty of power, should return over 30 miles to the gallon & is a perfect match for a go-to Vogue SE Lease.
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