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Contract Hire To Highlight Alternatives

This week on Friday at 8pm the boys from work and I had our usual Texas Holdem poker game, as we do every fortnight at Duncan’s house. The conversation was flowing from topic to topic but the hot debate of the night on this occasion happened to be about the vehicles that all of us drive.

There were no prizes for guessing how much Duncan was paying – his contract hire Peugeot 108 was displayed on the drive of his home as his pride and joy and he would waste no time informing you of how much he was paying per month and how economical it was. Without going into specific numbers he made it clear that it was probably time for us to start considering a similar deal on a practical vehicle.

Edward was next up to have his say and he seemed a little sheepish after – the amount he paid for his used Seat Alhambra was nothing to shout from the roof tops about in comparison to the favourable deal that Duncan had told us of. He said that he was inclined to think that a lease Peugeot could be the way to go for him too. He’d have no trouble affording the repayments.

Following on from here I piped up with what I had to say. I explained to the lads that although I have been driving a Skoda Citigo for quite some time, I needed something newer with better technological features inside and had in fact been considering something similar to what Duncan had after originally seeing his vehicle a couple of months ago. The main sticking point for me was that I was more interested in a business lease Peugeot 108 - apparently I could make savings this way, as I’ve been told by one of the company directors at my workplace.

Last up was Shane who had been waiting patiently to tell us about the sports coupe that he drives proudly up and down the motorway for business. He said for him it was hard to get away from the speed and power delivered by a coupe as well as the driving experience. However in the coming months he was also considering a personal contract hire Peugeot 108. If Shane could entertain the prospect of a city car then anybody could!