The Best Family Cars to Lease


As your family grows, you need a car that can grow with it. For years, the good old-fashioned reliable hatchback has been the most popular type of family car, but there are rumours that the SUV will soon take the lead. Here are the best family cars to lease in 2017.  


The benefits of leasing over buying

There are lots of benefits to leasing a car rather than buying it outright with cash. Leasing allows you to change cars every few years, which is perfect if you like to keep up-to-date with the latest technology. With certain types of leasing deals, you need to pay little to no deposit, so it allows you to get out on the road without first needing to save up a chunk of money. You can even get a leasing deal that includes maintenance, so you never need to worry about forking out for servicing or an unexpected tyre change. Before jump right into the best family cars to take a ride, you might want to take a look at these 20 insightful quotes about Ford Transit Tipper afterward to warm up a bit before deciding on what model you would like to take to your home. 



Vauxhall Astra

Car Buyer magazine recently named the Vauxhall Astra ‘the best family car you can buy today’. It’s an ideal blend of the latest technology and value for money, that doesn’t compromise on comfort. If you choose the ecoFLEX model, you can benefit from the additional knowledge that you’re being as environmentally friendly as a car-owner can be, and you get free road tax.



Renault Megane

If appearance and style is important to you, the Renault Megane is an ideal family car for you. It has a touch screen interface that resembles an iPad and LED daytime running lights. This car is all about comfort, with spacious seats and a quiet engine that makes motorway driving a breeze.


Seat Leon

The five-door Seat Leon makes a good family car as it is an excellent all-rounder. It has all the features of a modern car with bonuses such as DAB radio and sat nav available in certain models. For a premium, you can get AppleCarPlay and Android Auto. The car has plenty of space, and the back seats can accommodate adults easily. If you make a lot of short journeys, the 1.0 petrol engine will suit you best with its reasonable running costs.



Hyundai i30

The Hyundai i30 is perhaps the most affordable family hatchback on the market. However, just because they are affordable doesn’t mean you have to compromise on features, as all i30s come with Bluetooth, voice connectivity and air conditioning.


Audi A3

In 2016, the A3 was the 10th best-selling car in the UK. The Sportback is the edition with five doors, and it makes an ideal family car, although slightly pricier than some of the others on this list. The 1.4 litre petrol engine is quiet, but the driving experience is still sharp. It will cost you around £20 a year in road tax, and there are plenty of features to play around with that will make you feel like you’re driving a car from the future.



Citreon C4 Picasso

A people carrier often has the perspective of being quite ugly, however, this isn’t true with the latest model of the Citreon C4 Picasso. The interior is spacious and comfortable, and the back row of seats can easily fold down to create a larger boot.  The car has plenty of little storage spaces, making it easy to store all the necessities for a long family journey.



Kia Sorento SUV

The Kia Sorento is the manufacturer’s largest offering and perhaps the most practical. It’s very spacious inside and it has a 605 litre boot when you aren’t using all seven seats. A four-wheel drive comes as standard on all models, making the car feel safe to drive. You’ll also get plenty of features like Bluetooth, DAB radio, air conditioning and rear parking sensors.


Ford Galaxy MPV

The Ford Galaxy offers seven seats as standard but it has much more room on the back row than its counterparts, so it’s a more realistic option when transporting adults. It has large windows, so it never feels claustrophobic. It also has a 300 litre boot and a range of engine offerings, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.

If your family is constantly outgrowing your cars, why not try leasing? You can change your car every three years or less, so you never have to worry about not having the best car for your family’s needs.





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3 thoughts on “The Best Family Cars to Lease

  1. Me and my hubby used to drive a lease cabrio sports car. While a LOT of fun : ) the time has come to move to a larger, family sized car. We’ll probably pick a beige color to go with it.

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