When it comes to getting a car, it can end up being quite expensive; even more so if you’re planning on buying outright or putting down a hefty deposit. Luckily, with no deposit car leasing, you can save yourself a lot of stress and money. We’ve had a look at the very cheapest of the cheap when it comes to car leasing, so you can save yourself even more money! Remember, all of lease cars are available as zero deposit car leasing choices.
For drivers who want to save money but still want a high-quality car, then the Up is the perfect choice. The Up is a superb city car that is remarkably cheap to run. From the cost of leasing, to virtually non-existent taxing, and low running costs, it’s the best choice for those on a tight budget. You’ll make even more savings too if you got for one of the BlueMotion Tech models, and road tax is completely free. The only downside for the Up is that it does struggle when you take it up to motorway speeds. Cruising around the city however, isn’t a problem at all. The Up is easy to drive, tackles corners confidently, and is super easy to park.
Another contender for the best city car on the market (and one of the cheapest) is the Citigo. It shares a few physical aspects with the Seat Mii and Volkswagen Up, so you know it’s a high-quality vehicle. Incredibly refined and hugely practical, the Citigo is actually surprisingly spacious, given how small of a size it is. This wonderfully practical car has both 3 and 5 door versions available, both of which come with a nippy little 1 litre 3-cylinder engine, 59bhp and 74bhp respectively. On top of all these great points, the Citigo is incredibly cheap to run, and comes with bags of charisma and style.
Another great little city that’s tonnes of fun to drive, is the Toyota Aygo. The great thing about the Aygo is its simplicity and high performance. So although it may be simple to drive, you still get all the quality of bigger and more expensive car. On top of this, it’s cheap to run and tax, so you’ll never have to stress about budget! You can save even more money by going for one of the mid-range trims which are cheaper, but don’t sacrifice too much of the equipment inside. The Aygo can get a little bumpy at times when driving along on uneven roads, and the steering is a bit heavy. But on the plus side it carries speed well into corners and handles itself very well, with a great amount of body control.