In North Cheam, Surrey
Our Leasing Offers Are On Vans That Are In Stock Now! From £99 A Month...
Choosing a new commercial vehicle for your business requires careful consideration. Not only do you need to make a great first impression, you also have to consider practicality, economy and, of course, affordability.
Here at Loads of Vans, we aim to make driving away in your new van as simple and affordable as possible. That’s why we offer a range of fantastic finance leasing deals on our vehicles. Choose from finance leasing, hire purchase (HP) or business contract hire (BCH), and benefit from our tailored packages that are designed to suit your needs and budget.
Our finance specialists can talk you through the benefits of each option, and advise on which would be the best for your business. Whether it’s a van that you own at the end of the agreement, or one you can return at the end of the contract, you can be sure your requirements are catered to. All our vans on finance come with quality assured, meaning you can be certain you’ll drive away happy.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the team here at our showroom in North Cheam. We’ll be more than happy to discuss your needs and help you find the perfect solution for your fleet. Feel free to get in touch by enquiring online, giving us a call or dropping in to see us.
At Loads of Vans in North Cheam, Surrey, we can help businesses of all sizes find the very best value models for their needs at prices that are affordable. For example, you’ll find models such as the renowned Renault Trafic available to lease. Simply choose the size of your deposit, specify the length of the agreement, and estimate your annual mileage so that we can present you with a cost for leasing the model.
Our leasing arrangements have been tailored to be as flexible as possible, making it easy for you to budget for the van of your choice over a fixed period. A member of the financing team at Loads of Vans will be happy to talk through the various options available to you and discuss the many advantages that a leasing deal provides.
Whether it’s a solitary vehicle for your startup business, or a fleet of vans for your national organisation, choosing a leasing deal with Loads of Vans is a cost-effective way of investing in the very best commercial models available.
Find out more by getting in touch with a member of the team at our dealership today by submitting an online enquiry form, using our live chat functionality, or by picking up the phone to speak to us directly. Well-located for those working or living in London, you can catch the underground to nearby Morden station or follow the A3 or A24 to North Cheam.
If you're VAT registered, using a Finance Lease is a flexible and tax efficient way to buy your next van without breaking the bank. You choose the van but the finance provider retains ownership. You simply lease it for the agreed period and at the end of this term you either:
1. Sell the vehicle to a third party and keep 99% of the sale proceeds
2. Pay a one-off secondary rental and continue to use your van for a further 12 months
3. Part exchange the vehicle and use your equity as a deposit on your next van
Van Leasing Features
Cash Flow – you can use your van immediately whilst allowing payments to be made on a monthly basis, providing your business with better cash flow.
Repayment period flexibility – you choose a finance repayment period of up to 60 months.
Fixed monthly repayments – your monthly repayments are fixed for the whole term of the agreement.
Low monthly repayments – you choose the deposit you put down, but the more you pay, the lower your monthly repayments.
Tax advantages – if you're VAT registered, you can reclaim the VAT payments made within the monthly payments.
Tax relief – you can offset 100% of the monthly repayments against taxable profits.
Mileage restrictions – No mileage restriction unless you opt for a terminal rental in which case only a mileage estimation is used.
Equity – you retain approximately 99% of the equity in the vehicle.
- Finance Leasing Explained