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Ford Car Leases

When leasing a car, Ford vehicles may be your preferred choice. They are renowned for being one of the most reliable vehicles on the market. Here at LeaseCar, we can provide you with some of the best Ford car leasing deals available.

Ford are well known for creating some of the most reliable cars that handle and drive well, all while still being affordable. Ford has been one of the UK's biggest selling car for 34 consecutive years, and it's easy to see why when you see the wide range of vehicles they produce.


Petrol Petrol Diesel Diesel Electric Electric
Manual Transmission Manual Automatic Tramsmission Automatic
Leather Leather Sensors Sat Nav Sat Nav

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Why lease a Ford

Founded by Henry Ford and 11 investors in June 1903, Ford Motor Company's first production vehicle was the 'Fordmobile' (Model A). The triumph of this one model, although limited at the time, led to subsequent models and varying levels of success for the company. From 1906 to 1919 Ford grew significantly and the decision was soon made to open a UK based factory to meet the demand for its vehicles.

In 1929 the annual production of Ford cars peaked at a total of 1.5 million; this achievement now meant that Ford was outselling its major competitor Chevy. Through the war years the company stayed afloat by manufacturing general purpose 4x4s for military use. However, this also spurned post-war designs for many of the later production models. In particular, most modern 4x4s have a metal grille, something which was first seen on these 1940's Ford 4x4s.

In 1957 Ford launched the Edsel brand of automobiles, which sold a staggering 1.68 million models in the late fifties. As a result a decision was made in the 1960s to expand further by setting up a European manufacturing plant in order to dominate additional markets. This sparked a long line of company acquisitions, with Ford buying automotive companies such as Mazda, Hertz Rent-a-Car, Aston Martin, Jaguar and Volvo to name but a few. This pattern even continued into this century with the acquisition of Land Rover from BMW in 2000.

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An excess mileage charge may be applied if the contracted mileage is exceeded. Full details will be provided within the written quotation.

You will not own the vehicle and it should be returned clean in a condition that is commensurate with its age and mileage, otherwise charges may apply.

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From April 2020 WLTP will replace the current NEDC test procedure for establishing the official Fuel Consumption and CO2 emissions of new cars. Please be aware of the following:
For vehicles registered on or after 1st April 2020 vehicle road tax costs will be based on the WLTP CO2 values and may change the monthly rental cost.
Vehicles registered on or after 6 April 2020 Please be aware the addition of certain factory fitted options may impact the vehicles co2 emissions and affect your monthly rental.

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