NEW TOURNEO COURIER LEASING OFFERS From £168pm Personal Lease

NEW TOURNEO COURIER LEASING OFFERS


From £168pm Personal Lease

New Ford Tourneo Courier Zetec 1.0 100PS

Personal Lease Example – All prices include VAT

Business Offers available, please contact us for exclusive offers

3+35 Profile (3 Year Lease)
£167.99
Monthly Payment
£503.97
Deposit
£298
Doc. fee
8,000
Annual Mileage

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Why choose Allen Ford Leasing?

  • Huge range of offers
  • Competitive and flexible finance
  • Fixed cost motoring
  • UK wide delivery

You have several options when deciding to lease a new Ford Fiesta. The Allen Ford team can offer cars with attractively low monthly payments – whether you choose personal leasing or business leasing.

To find our more about our exclusive offers and finance options, simply get in touch today or submit an enquiry and we'll be in touch.

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Terms and Conditions Finance subject to status. Guarantees/Indemnities may be required. You will not own the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Examples include VAT and are based on 36-month non-maintained agreements. Vehicles must be returned in good condition and within agreed mileage, otherwise further charges will be incurred. Prices correct at time of publishing and are subject to change without notice. Subject to availability at a Ford Authorised UK Dealer for vehicles with finance accepted and vehicle contracted and registered between 1 April 2019 and 30 June 2019. Not available with any other promotion. Ford Lease is provided by ALD Automotive Ltd, trading as Ford Lease, BS16 7LB. Other paint colours may incur additional costs see price lists for details. The corporate tax, personal tax and VAT treatment associated with the purchase or leasing of a commercial vehicle may vary depending on your precise circumstances, relevant tax law and vehicle classification. Customers are therefore advised to seek professional advice with regard to taxation.?