And from my experience once you get the best deal go to the dealer and give them a chance to beat it, they often can and you'll enjoy the process more of getting a new car too.
Yes,try leasing dot com And yes, lease prices can vary very very heavily, you should check out the main sites and look at what deals are on and find a car you like based on what's on offer.
Still a good experience, even with your 1.0 . A bit of tuition and you'd have a great day.. Sorry, going off topic now.
Cheers no idea there was such a thing. I guess my 1.0 litre would be a waste of track :)
Completely new to leasing, is there any good cross-site lease search engines any where to sniff out the best deals? Is it normal for these deals to fluctuate so much like this deal has?