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Audi leasing deals 2020

Audi's best leasing deals available now

Spending your hard earned cash on purchasing a new Audi is one of the more expensive exercises in life, however, if you use one of its leasing options it could be more affordable than you first thought.

Audi leasing deals should save you money over an equivalent PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) deal, however you of course do not get the option to buy the car at the end of the lease. Luckily, Audi leasing deals can be found for everything ranging from its A1 supermini, to the Q7 SUV. Read on below to see a selection of Audi's best lease deals available.

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Audi leasing deals 2020

Audi A1

The Audi A1 is getting on a bit having been on sale since 2010, but it remains one of the most popular premium small cars on the market having benefitted from a facelift in 2015. To this day it looks great from the outside, is blessed with an impressive cabin on the inside, and has a great range of engines too. What’s more, only £199 per month will get you van A1 to play with.

  • Model: Audi A1 Sport Nav 1.4 TFSI 125 PS
  • Monthly payments: £199 (plus VAT)
  • Initial rental: £1,194.00 (plus VAT)
  • No. of monthly payments: 35
  • Annual mileage: 10,000 miles
  • Excess mileage: 6.0p per mile (plus VAT)

Audi Q2

Audi Q2 - front

The Q2 is one of the most recent additions to Audi’s line-up. While it may be spacious for its size, stylish, and well built too, it’s the personalisation options that really help it stand out. As will you, provided you can afford the £259 per month it costs to get this crossover on the road.

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  • Model: Audi Q2 1.0 TFSI 116 PS
  • Monthly payments: £259 (plus VAT)
  • Initial rental: £1,554.00 (plus VAT)
  • No. of monthly payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 10,000 miles
  • Excess mileage: 6.0p per mile (plus VAT)

Audi Q7

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The Audi Q7 does the fundamentals of a car excellently. It is comfy, safe and packs enough space for seven passengers. Compared to the previous model it is lighter, cheaper to run and up to speeds of 37mph will brake and steer without driver input. As it costs £549 per month, it is not the cheapest car to lease, but if you are after a cracking family SUV it could well be worth further investigation.

  • Model: Audi Q7 S line 3.0TDI quattro 272 PS tiptronic
  • Monthly payments: £549 (plus VAT)
  • Initial rental: £3,294.00 (plus VAT)
  • No. of monthly payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 10,000 miles
  • Excess mileage: 11.0p per mile (plus VAT)

Audi A8

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Audi’s flagship A8 was updated last year, and its performance figures and high-quality interior pushed it closer than ever to trumping the class leading Mercedes S-Class. If you can afford £699 per month, you will get a 3.0-litre diesel with 282bhp and 600Nm of torque.

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  • Model: Audi A8 50 TDI quattro 286 PS
  • Monthly payments: £699 (plus VAT)
  • Initial rental: £4,194 (plus VAT)
  • No. of payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 10,000 miles
  • Excess mileage: 11.0p per mile (plus VAT)

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