Still the ultimate choice if you're looking for a family car, estates give you the extra space where you need it.
Why Lease An Estate?
For all the current popularity of SUVs right now, there’s nothing quite like the practicality of an estate car. At Vanarama, we’ve always specialised in estates and we can see why leasing customers still prioritise the space and versatility that they can get from a station wagon. Whether you’re looking for an affordable estate, an executive mid-sized one or a large luxury station wagon, you’ll find an estate lease deal at Vanarama for every occasion.
A Wide Range of Choice At Vanarama
Vanarama leasing customers tend to know the estates they really like and stay loyal to particular brands and models. Let’s start with the most affordable ones. The concept of a ‘compact estate’ might sound like a contradiction in terms, but you’d be surprised by just how much you can get into some of the market’s most popular models. There are estate versions of the Vauxhall Astra, the Ford Focus, the Hyundai i30, the Kia Ceed, the Toyota Corolla, the Renault Megane, the Peugeot 308 and the Fiat Tipo.
If you need something more affordable, there’s Dacia’s Logan MCV or the estate version of the Skoda Fabia. And if you want something more stylish in the compact segment, there’s Kia’s Proceed or the Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake.
Need something a little bigger? Then we can offer you great leasing deals on estate versions of the Ford Mondeo, the Peugeot 508, the Volkswagen Passat, the Mazda6, the SEAT Leon and the Skoda Octavia. If you want a car of the same size with a premium badge, then we’d point you towards estate versions of the Audi A4, the Mercedes C-Class and the BMW 3 Series – possibly also the Volvo V60 and the Subaru Levorg.
The large estate segment is dominated by cars like the Audi A6 Avant, the Volvo V90, the BMW 5 Series Touring, the Mercedes E-Class estate, the Jaguar XF Sportbrake and the Skoda Superb estate.
Your EV Options When Leasing An Estate
Electrification can be found in the estate market as in every other segment. BMW’s 3 Series and 5 Series Touring models are both now available with mild hybrid engines, as are versions of the Audi A6 Avant and Volvo V90. Plus there are mild hybrid-engined estate versions of the Ford Focus, the Skoda Octavia, the Hyundai i30 and the Kia Ceed.
You can have self-charging full-hybrid tech with estate versions of the Ford Mondeo and Toyota Corolla. And there are plenty of PHEV station wagons. The Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake can be ordered in plug-in hybrid form, a CLA 250e variant that can travel up to 42 WLTP-rated miles on a single charge. There are also Plug-in iV versions of the Skoda Octavia and Superb Estates. And PHEV estate versions of the Volkswagen Passat, the Renault Megane, the SEAT Leon and the Peugeot 508. You can expect to see many more electrified estates in the years ahead.