We’ll show you the newest in-stock Audi offers, with all the important features highlighted so you can make an informed decision.
Audi is one of the most prestigious car brands in the world. With an Audi lease deal you can drive a brand-new car from the Audi range with a payment plan that works for you.
Leasing an Audi lets you drive a high-quality car in an affordable way. With regular instalments, you’ll know exactly how much you’ll pay every month, which makes it easier to budget and allows you to spread the cost of driving a brand-new Audi.
One of the downsides of owning a car is that it’ll depreciate (go down in value). But if you lease a car then depreciation is the car finance provider’s bugbear, not yours. Once you return the car, provided you stuck to your contract agreements, then there’s nothing more to pay.
Leasing a car comes with incentives, such as free delivery and full manufacturer warranty. Another bonus is that the car leasing firm will sort out the road tax for you.
*Prices as accurate of August 2023
As long as you’ve stuck to the contractual agreements, once your Audi lease deal is over there is nothing left to pay. All you have to do is hand back your leased car.
At the time of writing, the cheapest Audi lease deal available through Moneyshake is the Audi A1, which starts from around £219 per month.
You’ll have the option of leasing a car for 24, 36 or 48 months.
If you are over 18, have a full UK driving licence and a good to excellent credit score, you’ll be eligible to lease an Audi. You should also make sure you’ll be able to afford the monthly payments and initial deposit.
When choosing an Audi leasing deal, you’ll agree to a mileage limit. If you exceed the mileage on your contract, then you’ll face extra costs.
Yes, you will have to buy car insurance when you lease an Audi. The car finance company will be the registered owner of the car and will usually prefer for you to take out a fully comprehensive policy. You need to sort out the car insurance before your new vehicle is delivered to you.
You might be allowed to make small modifications but, as always, check with your car finance provider, otherwise you could be breaking your contractual agreements.
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