Ford Car Leasing
Why Lease A Ford?
Ford is a brand that needs very little introduction. One of the pioneers of a ‘car of the people’, it has earned its place among the world’s biggest and most successful carmakers. Ford’s product line-up is enormous, covering everything from small, keenly-priced hatchbacks through to supercars, SUVs, and muscle cars. There really is something for everyone looking to lease a new Ford.
Although often thought of as a British company thanks to its long history of building cars and engines in this country, Ford is American through-and-through, with headquarters in Michigan. The company was formed by Henry Ford in 1903 and is still controlled by the Ford family more than a century later. Ford also once owned other automotive companies including Jaguar, Land Rover, and Volvo, but has since sold these brands.
Leasing a Ford with Vanarama guarantees unbeatable customer service and affordable monthly payments. If you need any further information on any of the lease cars in our range, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team.
The Ford Range At Vanarama
Ford’s range is far from the largest in the new-car market, but it still manages to cover all the bases. You can have everything from a small urban runabout to a high-performance speed machine to a roomy MPV and everything in between.
The Fiesta is one of Ford’s (and the UK’s) most popular cars, offering young and old drivers alike a well-priced, well-built, and well-designed hatchback that’s great to drive. In any form, it’s an absolute gem, but the high-performance ST model really shines. It’s one of those great hot hatchbacks that will live long in the memory of motoring enthusiasts everywhere. Take a look at our latest Ford Fiesta leasing deals.
Ford is perhaps best known for its family cars, which include the Ford Focus and Ford Mondeo. Both have been counted among the UK’s most popular models at some point in their history offering style and impressive handling.
Ford’s SUV offering is sizeable with four models – assuming you include the all-electric Mustang Mach-E. Starting with the Fiesta-based EcoSport, rising through the marginally larger Puma before hitting the Ford Kuga and the Mach-E.