Jaguar leasing deals 2021/2022

The best Jaguar leasing deals available right now

The Jaguar range is now as eclectic as ever, with sports cars, saloons and even SUVs now available. Many people want to own a Jag but the costs can often be discouraging. Now, though, Jaguar’s Personal Contract Hire (PCH) deals could soon see you with the keys to a ‘Big Cat’.

Jaguar is currently offering lease deals on the majority of their models, so we’ve picked out our favourites below.

Best Jaguar leasing deals 2021/2022

Jaguar E-Pace

Jaguar E-Pace

If you are searching among the sea of small SUVs that is currently on the market, the Jaguar E-Pace is one of the most upmarket options currently on sale. A mid-life refresh saw the E-Pace range upgraded to such an extent that it is now built upon a new platform that it shares with the Land Rover Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque. An exterior redesign and interior and infotainment upgrades have all also gone towards ensuring that the E-Pace remains as desirable as a Jaguar should be. View this deal here.

  • Model: E-Pace D200 R-Dynamic Black
  • Monthly payments: £520
  • Initial rental: £6,240
  • No. of payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 10,000
  • Excess mileage: 14.52p per mile

Jaguar F-Pace

Jaguar F-Pace

The F-Pace was Jaguar’s very first SUV, and with so much riding on its success, the brand took great steps to ensure its popularity with customers. It’s as luxurious and comfortable as you would expect a premium SUV to be, and equipment is plentiful with touches such as two-zone climate control, automatic wipers, heated leather front seats and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. We liked the F-Pace so much when it was launched in 2016 that we named it our Car of the Year, and it can now be yours for less than £600 a month. View this deal here.

  • Model: F-Pace D200 R-Dynamic Black
  • Monthly payments: £585
  • Initial rental: £7,020
  • No. of payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 10,000
  • Excess mileage: 17.16p per mile

Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar F-Type

More than 40 years after the launch of the iconic E-Type, Jaguar introduced the F-Type as its flagship sports car for a new generation. Gorgeous looks and a truly thrilling driving experience immediately cemented the F-Type’s reputation. In 2020, the car was significantly updated and restyled in order to continue its ability to compete with other sports cars, such as the legendary Porsche 911. There are few cars that can deliver the sheer excitement of the F-Type, and you too can experience the thrills for less than £800 a month. View this deal here.

  • Model: F-Type Coupé P300 R-Dynamic Black Coupe
  • Monthly payments: £784
  • Initial rental: £9,408
  • No. of payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 10,000
  • Excess mileage: 22.56p per mile

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar bosses once described the I-Pace as “the most important Jaguar since the E-type”. The company placed a huge amount of investment into the production of their first electric car, and ended up more or less defining the electric premium SUV market, which was still in its infancy in 2018. The I-Pace has a true sense of poise, agility and precision, plenty of on-board technology, a luxurious and comfortable interior, and even a battery range of 292 miles. This is why it remains a very strong contender in a growing market. View this deal here.

  • Model: I-Pace Black
  • Monthly payments: £635
  • Initial rental: £7,620
  • No. of payments: 47
  • Annual mileage: 8,000
  • Excess mileage: 25.92p per mile

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