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The idea for Land Rover began as a simple sketch in the sand on an Anglesey beach over 70 years ago and since then it has become one of the leading luxury large car brands on the market.
Today with the rapid depreciation of Land Rover prices from brand new to when the time comes for you to get a new model leasing is becoming an increasingly popular option for drivers. You can find out more about the leasing process on our dedicated personal and business leasing pages.
Since Maurice Wilks’ drawing in the sand, which inspired the first Land Rover, the brand has managed to maintain its commitment to class leading off-road capabilities whilst keeping up with the latest technological advances and developing a more comfortable and luxurious interior.
The first Range Rover was introduced to the world in 1970, after several years of development in secret and today it remains one of their best-selling models with the range now expanded to include the Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport. Xcite Car Leasing have Range Rover leasing deals across the full range – just scroll up to see our best offers.
Land Rover continue to make the Discovery, which was originally designed to bridge the gap between the Range Rover and the Ninety / One Ten (that would become the Defender). The latest models offer a modern twist on the distinctive Discovery design, along with additional options like Wade Sensing technology when you’re in water to provide the very best capabilities for drivers. There’s also the Discovery Sport that offers better speed and performance.
A Land Rover lease is ideal for those looking for a larger car with immense off-road capabilities, combined with durability and luxury. The right Land Rover for you will depend on your personal circumstances and when looking at lease vehicles you want to consider how your needs might change over the contract length.
If you have any questions about the right Land Rover lease for you then our team is here to help you!
Land Rover's main competitors are BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen. Unlike Land Rover, these brands produce other body styles of vehicles so they are a good choice if you want the capability and luxury of a Land Rover but aren't sure an SUV is right for you then we recommend looking at them.
We've been in the leasing industry for nearly 20 years which means we've got a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw on. We work with all of the UK's leading finance companies and have a network of dealerships around the country in order to get the best Range Rover leasing deals, which means finding affordable prices and good lead times on the vehicle.
As far as large luxury cars go, Land Rover is head and shoulders above the rest of the pack. Its iconic name value and design mean it is a great option for leasing and provides great models such as the Discovery, Sport and Defender. When you purchase a car, the value instantly lowers and during the time you own it, it will continue to depreciate which is why leasing is a great choice for premium models like the Land Rover.
Due to their unique size, a Land Rover will not be for everyone but if you spend a lot of your time driving off-road and are a fan of four-wheel drive, a Land Rover or Range Rover may be right choice for you.
Due to their nature as a luxury brand, Land Rover and Range Rover models can be extremely expensive to buy outright and leasing a Land Rover may be a much more cost-effective option. It will also give you the option to swap to a newer model at the end of the lease term so you’ve always got the latest spec. Leasing a Land Rover also means you don’t have to worry about the value of the vehicle rapidly depreciating as you will not own it.
Here at Xcite Car Leasing, we have some excellent deals and offers across all the Land Rover models to offer you the best value for money no matter which you choose. The prices we can obtain vary based on the markets at the time so the cheapest model will differ, but we aim to get the best deals for you on them all.
The Range Rover Evoque will typically be one of the cheaper models, but because of the nature of the industry there may be cheaper deals on other models.
When you reach the end of your contract you simply arrange for the vehicle to be collected and move on to your next lease vehicle. Alternatively, you may want to look at extending the lease or explore the option of purchasing the vehicle if available. You can learn more about this in our guide to the end of a lease.
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