Ford Contract Hire* is an alternative to vehicle ownership. Low capital outlay and tax allowable rentals*. Take a look at the video below to see how Ford Contract Hire works.
How It Works
You pay an advance rental, followed by fixed monthly rentals and return the vehicle to Ford Lease at the end of your agreement.
Your fixed monthly rental will depend on the following:
What does my agreement include?
Road fund licence for the duration of the agreement
Will Ford Contract Hire work for me and my business?
I'm interested. What do I need to do?
Your Ford Dealer will be able to provide you with an instant quotation showing your advance rental (typically three monthly rentals) and your monthly rental.
For additional peace-of-mind, choose the optional service, maintenance and repair package. Your fixed monthly rental will include the following**:
Maintenance and repairs
Tyre repair and replacement (Upgrades and winter tyres excluded)
MOTs (where applicable)** Subject to Fair Wear and Tear.
At The End
There are no part exchange or disposal issues. At the end of the agreement, you simply return the vehicle to us. Your dealer can discuss your new car needs and provide you with a new finance quote. If you are interested then you take out a new Ford Contract Hire agreement and collect the latest model***.
Business users only. You will not own the vehicle at the end of the agreement.
*** Further costs may apply subject to mileage and condition. Restrictions apply.
Get a Quote
*Ford Lease is provided by ALD Automotive Ltd, trading as Ford Lease, Oakwood Drive, Emersons Green, Bristol, BS16 7LB. ALD Automotive Ltd is registered in England no. 987418. Finance subject to status. Guarantees and indemnities may be required. ALD Automotive Ltd and FCE Bank plc are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. FCE Bank plc act as an insurance intermediary in relation to Ford Insure.
The availability of tax and VAT benefits may vary subject to the facts and circumstances of individual cases and tax law is subject to change over time. Customers are therefore advised to seek professional advice with regard to taxation.