Jeep have a very loyal following and have had a loyal following since their conception. Built specifically for the military, the Jeep was used throughout World War Two and became the primary light 4-wheel-drive vehicle of the United States Army and the Allies, and was also used during the post-war period.
However, since then they have become the car of choice for many of those who need a vehicle with off-road abilities and is now quite a common sight on roads across the world.
If you are considering a Jeep then you might be considering leasing it. So what sort of lease deals are there available for a Jeep?
In this article, we go through the top Jeep’s available to lease.
What are the best Jeep’s to lease?
Before we begin, it should be noted that these lease prices aren’t fixed and are correct as of December 2017, when this article was written. Therefore, we recommend that you do your own research and discuss your options with an independent vehicle broker. They will be able to find their own deals and negotiate the best deal for you.
The Jeep Renegade is unique, has some great off-road ability and is hugely practical.
It’s the smallest 4×4 in the Jeep range and interestingly, shares a platform with the Fiat 500X. There are four engines available, two petrol engines and two diesel engines. Entry levels are front-wheel drive but higher spec models come with four-wheel drive. If you want the fastest Jeep in the range then you will have to look at the 1.4-litre petrol in a 168bhp guise. This can do 0-62mph in 8.8 seconds. However, if you’re looking for the most efficient Jeep then the 1.4 turbo MultiAir which achieves 47mpg and emits 140g/km of CO2.
There are four trim levels available; the Sport, Longitude, Limited and the Trailhawk, the flagship model. Standard equipment on the lower trim levels include 17-inch alloy wheels, electric mirrors, air-con and electric windows. The Limited version and above get automatic wipers and lights. The model also comes with parking sensors. The Trailhawk comes with reshaped bumpers, underbody skid plates and a 20mm increase in ride height.
Models below the Limited range get a five-inch touchscreen with steering wheel controls. It also comes with Bluetooth and a USB port as standard. On the Limited trim and above, you get an 8.4-inch interface with sat-nav and 3D graphics.
In terms of space, there is enough room for three people to sit comfortably in the back and offers 351-litres of boot space, which extends to 1,297-litres when the seats are folded down. The top spec models come with split folding seats as an option but there is a reversible floor. The 2.0-litre diesel engine can also tow up to 1,500kg.
If you were to lease a Jeep Renegade then you are looking at upwards of £200 a month for an entry-level model on a Personal Contract Hire. You will be looking at upwards of £160 a month on a Business Contract Hire. For a top of the range model then you will be looking at upwards of £355 a month on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £295 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
The new Jeep Wrangler is set to be released in 2018 and still offers a great off-road ability but with a stiffer and wider wheelbase and is up to 90kgs lighter. It is very much the same as the old Wrangler.
Engines include a 285bhp 3.6-litre petrol V6, a 197bhp 2.2-litre diesel and a 270bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol. The V6 will be the only model offered with a manual gearbox. The fastest model will be the 3.6-litre V6 automatic, reaching 0-60mph in 8.0 seconds. However, there is no word yet on the most economical model but we’re sure these numbers will be made available in 2018.
There will be four standard trims available; the Sahara, Overland, Rubicon and the 75th Anniversary model. The entry-level model comes with automatic headlights, climate control, cruise control, hill descent control and power folding and heated mirrors. The Overland trim comes with a three-piece modular hard top, leather upholstery, heated front seats and an infotainment system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen display it shares with Fiat. This also comes with a touchscreen display, sat-nav, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. The mid-range model comes with a front sway bar and rock rails and the highest trim adds a power-retracting hood, bronze interior and exterior details as well as brown and tangerine leather upholstery.
Of course, because there is a brand new model coming out, there is no word on how much it will cost to lease. However, as there are no huge changes from the previous Wrangler, we can use the current prices as a guide. Please double check the new prices if you are looking at the Wrangler.
If you were to lease the current Wrangler then you are looking at upwards of £424 a month for an entry-level model on a Personal Contract Hire. You will be looking at upwards of £355 a month on a Business Contract Hire. For a top of the range model then you will be looking at upwards of £550 a month for a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £460 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
There are three engines to choose from including a 2.0 and 2.2-litre diesel engines and a petrol V6 model. All versions come with five-doors. The V6 model is naturally the fastest model and can reach 62mph from rest in just 8.4 seconds. If you are looking for the most economical model then you will want to look at the 2.0-litre diesel with front-wheel drive which achieves 53.3mpg and emits 139g/km of CO2.
In terms of trims, the entry level is the Longitude Plus and comes with 17-inch alloys, an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system which comes with DAB, Bluetooth, sat-nav and voice command. It also comes with rear parking sensors, powered seats, automatic headlamps and wipers, dual zone climate control, cruise control, and a 9-speaker Alpine sound system. The trim level up is the Limited which comes with an upgraded instrument pack, seat memory settings, heated Nappa leather seats, privacy glass and 18-inch alloy wheels. The Overland comes with bespoke wheels and a panoramic sunroof. The flagship model, the Trailhawk, comes with off-road suspension and body protection modifications. All the models come with Bluetooth and higher trim levels get a wireless charging pad if your phone is compatible.
In terms of space, there is 591-litres on offer which expands to 1,267-litres if you fold the seats down. You can also fold the passenger seat down if you have extra-long items. There is also underfloor storage, with 77-litres on offer which gives you a place to store some valuables.
If you were to lease the Jeep Cherokee then you will be looking at upwards of £455 a month for an entry level model on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £380 a month on a Business Contract Hire. For a top of the range model you will be looking at upwards of £585 a month for a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £490 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
Jeep Grand Cherokee
The largest of the Jeep range, the Jeep Grand Cherokee comes with incredible off-road ability and a powerful diesel engine. It is perfect for large families who need something with great off-road ability that also drives well on the road.
There are a few trim levels to choose from. The entry-level Limited+ comes with an 8-speed auto gearbox, Bi-Xenon headlamps, keyless go, electric leather seats and an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It also comes with 20-inch alloy wheels, reversing camera and parking sensors. The trim level up, the Overland, comes with air suspension, dual pane panoramic roof and more leather. The Summit comes with higher quality leather while the Alcantara comes with a 19-speaker sound system, adaptive cruise control with active braking, blind spot monitoring and a noise cancelling system.
There are two engines available including a 3.0 CRD diesel and a petrol V8. If you’re looking for speed then the V8 engine is obviously the best choice, it can reach 62mph from rest in just 5 seconds. The most economical is the diesel, but if you are looking for the most efficient car on the market then the Grand Cherokee isn’t the car for you. However, if you opt for the diesel – it achieves 40mpg and emits 184g/km of CO2.
There is plenty of space for five passengers in this model and there is plenty of opportunity for adjustment when it comes to the seats. You can fit three people comfortably in the back and there are two USB sockets in the back as well. It comes with a 782-litre boot capacity which extends to 1,554-litres with the seats folded.
If you were to lease the Grand Cherokee then you will be looking at upwards of £600 a month for an entry-level model on a Personal Contract Hire and upwards of £500 a month on a Business Contract Hire. If you were to lease a top of the range model on a Personal Contract Hire then you will be looking at upwards of £840 a month and upwards of £700 a month on a Business Contract Hire.
Hopefully, that has given you some idea of what Jeep lease deals are around at the moment. As we said, these prices are subject to change so it is important that you consult with an independent vehicle broker who will be able to find you the best deal for your situation and your current needs. We help people find the best lease deals for them every day, so for advice, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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