Depending on the MPG and age of your current vehicle, there are potentially huge annual savings to be made on fuel and road tax with a new lease vehicle.
We suggest you to try our exclusive Road Tax & Fuel Savings Between Cars Calculator below to work how much you can save with a new lease vehicle, we think you will be surprised!
If you have not already done so, it is also worth discovering the actual costs associated with a vehicle lease contract on our 'Getting a Cheap Vehicle Lease' page.
According to www.fuel-economy (dot) co.uk the U.K average MPG (Miles per gallon) is just 37.83. If you drive 10,000 miles per year in line with the national average MPG, then a new petrol engine Citroen C1 lease vehicle, (average MPG 65.7) would save you a massive £658.00 per year just on petrol (Based on the average U.K petrol price of £1.29p a litre (www.petrolprices (dot) com) and on www.autotrader (dot) co.uk MPG stats for a Citroen C1).
New lease cars tend to have much cheaper car tax. The new Citroen C1 currently has £0.00 road tax, where some of the older cars, depending on engine size (if registered before 1/3/2001 or emissions if registered after 1/3/2001) tend to have to pay our around the £200.00 per year mark.