It is fair to say that the majority of cars that are leased are usually leased to companies, but with a small practical car like the Fiat Panda leasing can be an attractive option for private customers too.  Leasing a Fiat Panda can be achieved with a small initial deposit and the monthly payment for the lease is often significantly cheaper than actually buying the car on finance.  Although it can prove more expensive than a car loan for those who buy the Panda at the end of the lease, leasing is an ideal option for those who are likely to replace the car at the end of the term of the lease.

The majority of people with think of a lease car as something driven by executives and salesmen, but the Fiat Panda does have a lot to offer, with a cabin that can comfortably accommodate four adults.  The boot is also spacious for a car of this size, while the small engines mean that running and maintenance costs for the Panda also tend to be quite inexpensive. The levels of equipment can be tailored to meet the individual’s needs, and the majority of models can be leased for a monthly payment that is well below £150.

Many people who think of the Fiat Panda will imagine the square and boxy first generation that was so popular in the 1980s and 1990s, but the new Fiat Panda is a different car.  Although it maintains the traits of being inexpensive and designed to appeal to the mass market, the modern Panda is stylish and also has been well designed for practicality too.  Lease cars don’t have to be the sleek saloons that fill the motorways, and many small companies and private individuals will find that the Panda is well worth considering.