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To Lease Or Not To Lease?

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By : Shaun Parker    99 or more times read
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Fast and flashy cars are an expensive item; in a time where money is tight the only way to be able to cruise around in your dream car realistically is through a vehicle hire company. Here we look at why personal car lease could be the best idea for someone wishing to drive the car of their dreams and review three big brands of car that could entice you in...

Deciding to go for personal car leasing could be for a number of reasons, perhaps you are going on holiday and wish to have a car that won't break down on you in the middle of a foreign town. Perhaps you don't fancy the stressful hustle and bustle of a foreign public transport system. Or maybe, you just need a vehicle to use for a while and don't fancy the complicated decision of purchasing one permanently. Alternatively perhaps you have decided you would like to treat yourself to the car of your dreams and instead of forking out a small fortune you have decided to rent.

Trendy new cars tend to appeal to everyone; even people who say they are unbothered find themselves excitedly sitting in the comfortable leather seat of a new car feeling on top of the world. Cars can make such an impression and even if you aren't bothered about what everyone else thinks of your car, it can make you happy personally. When I chose a personal car to lease I thought it was only going to be the once, but then I got the taste for it and got used to cruising around in a dream. Let's look at some of my personal favourites and what makes them irresistible to a driver.

One car that caught my eye is the MY2003 Porsche Boxter S, which empowers both classic design with modern. For the petrol head, this car can reach sixty MPH in a time of 5.7 seconds with thanks to the 260 bhp from its 3.2 litre engine. This car was originally produced in 1997 with a 2.5 litre engine and drivers demanded a faster and more powerful version, this is it. The sound of the car alone could be described as a huge selling point, with the roof down in the open air you're never going to want to listen to the stereo in the car again, as you have the perfect music playing behind you.

Another car that will draw any driver in is the Mercedes SLK. Slightly smaller than the SL the SLK350 has a 3.5 litre engine V6 and 272 bhp. This performance gives you 0-62 MPH in a small 5.6 seconds and a top speed of 155 MPH. The car is pert and small and definitely well built and will keep you cosy in long distances. The tin folding roof top also adds more security to the driver and a treat for those days when it would be a sin to not have the roof down.

Lastly, and probably my personal favourite, is the Aston Martin. If it is good enough for James Bond, it is good enough for me. The Aston martin DB9 is well known as one of the most desirable cars ever, the 450 bhp will get you to 0-62 in around 4.7 very short seconds and take you to speeds of 186 mph should you ever need to. Again, like the Porsche, the Aston Martin sounds amazing which is why it has created one of the biggest car comebacks in history.

All of these cars are hugely desirable, so why not be able to live the dream with personal car leasing, after all life is too short. Whether you wish to have a respectable and trendy Porsche to the utmost luxury of an Aston Martin, all this can be made possible with leasing.
Author Resource:- Shaun Parker is an engineer with many years of experience in the car industry. Find out more about personal car leasing at
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