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Updated: 16 Nov 2022

Thinking about leasing a Jeep? Our guide tells you all need to know

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How does a Jeep lease work?

A Jeep car lease deal allows you to drive a brand-new car from one of the most prestigious manufacturers in the world for fixed monthly payments. 

It’s very simple to get started. Choose the Jeep model you would like to lease and then decide how much you would like to pay upfront*, the length of your lease agreement and the number of miles you wish to drive each year. 

You will need to insure your lease car as you would if you were buying a car. Most leasing providers will require you to take out a fully comprehensive policy in order to protect the vehicle in case you have an accident in it. 

At the end of the contract, you will hand the car back with nothing more to pay (so long as you’ve kept the car in good condition and not exceeded your mileage allowance). 

*The initial rental is a non-refundable amount that goes against the monthly lease payments.

What is the lease agreement length on a Jeep deal?

You can choose to lease your new car from anywhere between 2-4 years. 

It’s important to remember that a longer lease agreement will spread the lease cost, making the monthly payments cheaper. 

If you choose a lease agreement that’s longer than three years, you will be responsible for arranging and paying for the car’s MOT on its third birthday. 

For longer lease agreements, you have the option of a maintenance package that will cover the cost of your MOT and your car’s regular services. Bear in mind that this will be to maintain parts of the car that are subject to wear and tear items, but won’t include damage caused by driver fault.

What Jeep models are available to lease?

Jeep has some of the best new cars on the market, most of which are available to lease. 

Its entry model – the Jeep Compass – is an excellent modern SUV that encapsulates Jeep's transition into an urban, rugged car manufacturer. 

Further up the range, the Jeep Renegade is Jeep's first stab at a small SUV and it retains the brand’s ruggedness. 

The Jeep Wrangler is a capable off-road SUV that gives optimum comfort on the roughest terrain - Jeep's Swiss army knife.

Who provides the Jeep car leasing for MoneySuperMarket?

We’ve joined up with partner Moneyshake to bring you Jeep car leasing deals from the UK’s top lease providers.

What are the benefits of leasing a Jeep car?

Jeep leasing lets you drive away in one of Jeep’s adventurous SUVs for fixed monthly payments. Free UK mainland delivery, the manufacturer’s warranty and road tax are included.

What happens at the end of my Jeep leasing deal?

At the end of your Jeep lease deal you can simply return your leased vehicle. Afterwards, you can take out a new deal on a different model or look elsewhere and walk away.

Compare our best Jeep car leasing deals with our partner Moneyshake

We’ve partnered up with Moneyshake to bring you Jeep lease deals - and a wide range of other car makes and models - from the UK’s top car lease providers. 

You can compare a variety of deals depending on your monthly budget, mileage or the make and model of car you want. 

Once you’ve picked your deal, the car will be delivered free of charge, with road tax and full manufacturer warranty included.

Frequently asked questions

What’s the cheapest Jeep lease available?

The cheapest Jeep you can lease is the Jeep Compass, which is available from £329.25 per month*. 

*Price based on a 9-month initial rental, 48-month contract and 5,000 annual mileage. Price accurate as of October 2022.

Am I eligible for a Jeep car lease?

In order to be eligible for a Jeep lease, you’ll need to be at least 18 years old, have a full UK driving license and a good to excellent credit rating. 

It’s also important to make sure that you can budget to afford the monthly payments for the vehicle you’re interested in.

Is there a limit on how many miles I can drive?

When taking out your Jeep lease deal you will select your annual mileage. 

If you have gone above this agreed mileage when handing your car back, you will likely be charged an excess mileage fee.

Will I have to pay for repairs if I have an accident?

Yes – you should notify your provider straight away. You will then need to take it to an approved garage for repairs. If there isn’t information already in your contract about what garages are approved, then your provider should give you this information when you call.  

Once you’ve made the provider aware of the extent of the damage and have a list of approved garages, it’s then your responsibility to arrange a day to take it in to be repaired and pay the quoted price.

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