Best lease deals of the week: Luxury sports cars
Leasing can be an affordable, practical route into having your own private car, but it’s not always easy to tell the good deals from the duds.
The experts at our sister magazine What Car? work hard to find you the best pay-monthly schemes, taking into account mileage allowance, montly outlay, contract length and initial deposit. We’ll be bringing you the best deals they find from a different segment each week.
This week, it’s luxury sports cars:
1. Mercedes-AMG S65L
This most expensive S-Class hits 62mph from rest in 4.2sec thanks to its impressively smooth but unrelenting 6.0-litre V12 . A word of advice: don’t waste it on your chauffeur.
BMW’s legendary performance saloon takes the plunge into fast 4WD territory
2. BMW M5
BMW’s super-saloon doesn’t quite deliver the S65’s sensory overload but in terms of heart beats per pound it’s better value. Build quality is top drawer and that coveted ‘M’ badge guarantees respect.
3. Mercedes-AMG E63 S
That S badge means 603bhp from the 4.0-litre V8 under the bonnet, compared with the non-S’s mere 563bhp. This car is a rival for the BMW M5 and in that important contest it acquits itself rather well.
4. Range Rover Sport 5.0 V8 575 SVR
This 575bhp Sport SVR is Land Rover’s fastest model yet. But there’s more than mere speed to admire, most notably the ability to mix off-road talent with on-road handling prowess.
5. Chrysler Grand Cherokee 6.2 V8 Hemi Trackhawk
The Trackhawk rewrites the performance SUV rules. A 6.2-litre supercharged V8 makes 700bhp and 640lb ft but the astonishing thing is how well the chassis copes.
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6. BMW M760Li xDrive
The M760Li ticks all the boxes – luxurious cabin, 601bhp V12 – and while it might not be as comfortable or prestigious as its S-Class rival, it makes up for it with a touch more driver appeal.
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