Leasing a Small Van

If you are interested in van leasing, then never before has there been such a huge number of vans and van styles to choose from, such as with the Van Warehouse Leasing Deals.

For drivers who wish to carry relatively small loads, then vans that are derived from cars could be considered. These have become very popular over recent times, one of the major reasons being that they are extremely easy to drive and their manoeuvrability is more or less equivalent to that of the car from which they were derived. They also offer substantially the same comfort levels and economy as the original car. The kinds of business that these vans appeal to are those that make small deliveries along with self-employed tradesmen.

For such a business leasing a van, it will not add to the business overheads too much. For instance a Vauxhall Astra van can be leased for as little as around £219 a month and a Citroen Nemo van for under £150 a month.

For businesses that require more capacity, then small high cube vans may be a better choice. These are basically the same size in terms of wheelbase as car derived vans but with more carrying capacity. Again they are very manoeuvrable and easy to drive and they also offer excellent fuel economy. A typical example of this type of van is the Ford Transit Connect and the cost of leasing is comparable to that of car derived vans.

Naturally many businesses prefer to purchase their vans rather than lease them, and which is the best option will depend on specific aspects of your business. For instance, you might prefer to purchase a used van to save capital, but many businesses need those advantages of having access to a new vehicle. In the latter case then leasing is something that makes considerable sense when cash flow is an issue, as it just about always is. Leasing a van is a good way to reduce overheads as the monthly payments are invariably cheaper than loan repayments on a similar new vehicle.

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