If you're looking for luxury when it comes to your brand-new vehicle, look no further than our range of smart and classy saloon cars.
Why Lease A Saloon?
Vanarama car leasing customers enjoy saloons, particularly when they’re from the premium badged mid-sized segment – cars like the Mercedes C-Class, the Audi A4 and the BMW 3 Series – possibly also the Volvo S60, the Alfa Romeo Giulia and the Lexus IS.
If you’re not fussed about having a premium badge on a car of this class, you could also consider saloon versions of the Mazda6 and the Volkswagen Passat, plus there’s also the Toyota Camry Hybrid and the Hybrid saloon version of the Ford Mondeo.
Many of our customers also subsequently progress into a full-Executive class large sector saloon – like Audi’s A6 or the recently improved versions of the BMW 5 Series and the Mercedes E-Class – possibly also the Jaguar XF, the Lexus ES or the Volvo S90.
Your EV Options When Leasing A Saloon
Most of the models just mentioned can be had with some form of electrification. With the Mazda3 Fastback, the volume SKYACTIV-G petrol version gets mild hybrid tech, as does the 1.5-litre S tronic auto petrol version of the Audi A3 Saloon.
Not much more will get you the volume brand ‘Mondeo’-class ‘D’-segment models mentioned earlier. If you want a Mondeo Saloon or a Toyota Camry, you have to have it with a self-charging full-Hybrid engine. And the Volkswagen Passat can be had in PHEV Passat GTE guise.
In the premium brand badged mid-sized segment, mild hybrid tech also features with engines of the three main players, the BMW 3 Series, the Audi A4 and the Mercedes C-Class. The 3 Series and the C-Class also offer PHEV plug-in hybrid variants – the petrol-only 330e in the case of the BMW. And the petrol C300e and diesel C300de variants in the case of the Mercedes. The Volvo S60 is at its most popular in mild hybrid B5 petrol guise – and can also be ordered in PHEV Recharge T8 Plug-in Hybrid form. And the Lexus IS comes only in full-hybrid self-charging IS300h guise.
Move up to a full-Executive class large sector saloon and you’ll also find you’ll be offered plenty of electrified engine tech. The new BMW 5 Series comes with mild hybrid conventional engines and is also available in two petrol plug-in hybrid forms, badged 530e and 545e. The Audi A6 uses mild hybrid tech with nearly all its mainstream engines and also comes in TFSIe plug-in form, The new Mercedes E-Class features plenty of mild hybrid powerplants across its revised engine range and also comes in petrol plug-in guise (the E300e) and in diesel lug-in hybrid form (the E300 de). The Volvo S90 offers a choice of mild hybrid power or a plug-in Recharge T8 version. And the Lexus ES comes only as a self-charging full-hybrid.