Expert Swedish Engineering
Volvo was first established in 1927 in Sweden, as the founders believed there was not a vehicle safe or robust enough for Swedish roads. In 1953 the first in a long line of estate cars was unveiled. This was to become what Volvo cars are most popular for, practical vehicles built for both leisure and work. Always safety first, Swedish Volvo engineer Nils Bohlin introduced the three-point safety belt in 1959 and decided to waive the patent so that everyone could benefit from this extraordinary invention that has gone on to save over 1 million lives.
The Volvo Range
Long known for its practical vehicles, the current Volvo range has a selection of estates and SUVs that offer the versatility Volvo’s are famous for.
The Volvo V60 is one of the most traditional Volvo vehicles, it combines Volvo’s established styling with a comfortable and luxurious interior. This Volvo estate offers excellent space for both cabin and luggage.
Volvo has some of the most sought-after SUVs including the XC40 and the XC60. The XC60 is the mid sized SUV sitting in between the XC40 and XC90.
Benefits of Volvo Lease from Car Leasing
Volvo’s are undoubtedly one of the most popular brands on the market right now with a variety of models and impressive safety ratings. Volvo lease deals with Car Leasing have a car to suit any preference, and with our flexible leasing process, we make it easy to access.
Leasing a Volvo can be a more affordable option than buying, as the monthly payments are lower. You decide the terms of your lease and at the end of the lease, you can hand your Volvo back and start again with a new car of your choice. There are no MOT costs, and our monthly payments will include road tax. At Car Leasing, we offer maintenance packages and insurance deals for full peace of mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are many benefits to leasing a Volvo. First, you can enjoy lower monthly payments than if you were to finance the purchase of a Volvo.
Second, you may be able to get a longer term lease, which means you can drive your Volvo for a longer period of time. Third, you may have the option to purchase your Volvo at the end of the lease, which can be a great way to get a new Volvo at a discounted price. Finally, leasing a Volvo can help you avoid the depreciation that occurs when you purchase a new car.
The cost of leasing a Volvo will vary depending on the model you choose and the length of the lease. For example, a smaller vehicle like the C40 that has a lower spec than some other vehicles in the Volvo range will make your monthly lease payments cheaper than a larger, higher specification vehicle like the V90 or the XV90. Contact Car Leasing today to discover your affordable leasing options.
Yes, Volvo have both hybrid and all electric vehicles available to lease. The C40 is Volvo’s first all electric compact SUV, whilst the rest of the range has hybrid engine options. The EX90 is also an all electric option. These electric and hybrid vehicles are perfect for drivers looking to lower their emissions and fuel costs, without having to pay for purchasing an electrified vehicle outright. Talk to the expert team at Car Leasing for more information regarding electric vehicle leasing.
Yes, Volvo cars are extremely reliable and have won numerous awards for more than one of their models for safety ratings.