Citroen DS4 Leasing
It recently dawned on me that it was about time I upgraded my wheels. I’ve been driving to work this week in a car that struggles to start up on occasion, has a broken odometer and has too many bodywork imperfections to count. Considering I am always on the road I could do with a better cruiser. Something which turns heads for the right reason would be nice too!
The trouble is I don’t really fancy spending a big portion of my savings on buying myself a new car. In addition I will struggle to generate much from my current car. Most of my friends manage to drive new cars though so I started browsing the internet in search of alterative options, and came across a contract hire DS4.
Sure enough, following a comprehensive investigation which involved me quizzing my friends and colleagues until they’d told me everything there was to know about the cars they drive, I found that a fair few of them had undertaken a Citroen DS4 contract hire agreement in the past 12 months.
This gave me a lot more confidence in the fact that this must be the best alternative method of driving a new car without paying a huge fee up front. I did not skimp on research, but it was more concerning the different deals available for personal lease Citroens. I found that the main differentials between what some sites are offering as opposed to others are the number of miles you’re permitted to cover per year, the size of the initial rental that must be paid and the overall length of the agreement.
Personally I think that the deal which will work best in my current circumstances is the one which offers the lowest monthly payment with a high mileage allowance. I do a lot of travelling at the moment from Redditch to Manchester, and I wouldn’t want to go over this limit and be penalised with a charge at the end of the term. There is no escaping that I could be stuck with the same car for a while, but that is not in my thoughts. Some of my colleagues noted that it would prevent me from getting a new agreement and a new car sooner, but considering the motor I’ve been driving recently that certainly is not a priority at this moment in time!
One of the few people questioned in my friend and colleague survey who did give me food for thought was Benjamin, a department manager in my office. He was explaining that a business car lease Citroen DS4might be a viable option for me and it could work out even cheaper with regards to the initial rental and the monthly payment amount. Benjamin was adamant that he saved a decent chunk when he took out his deal several months ago. It leaves me with another avenue to investigate to determine once and for all what the best route is for me, and whether I could do this through my current company. I think I will leave that dilemma to be concluded on another afternoon though!