MARAC’s lease division specialises in small to medium-sized fleets as well as leases for self-employed business owners. With a nationwide dealer network, we can source your vehicle from the dealer of your choice.
How does it work?
An operating lease allows you to have access to a new vehicle for an agreed term. You make monthly rentals to cover the use of the vehicle. At the end of the lease you return the vehicle to the dealer you got it from originally. It’s that easy.
Keep your business moving
An operating lease can help you free up valuable capital for your business, while still allowing you to benefit from our fleet of vehicles to represent your business.
Lease vehicles can either be maintained, or not - the choice is up to you. Other benefits include:
In most cases the lease payments are fully tax deductible.
No residual risk
At the end of the lease the vehicle is simply returned and a new vehicle arranged. (subject to you entering into a new lease arrangement with us)
Ease of budgeting
With a fully maintained lease, the costs of servicing, tyres and re-licensing are all included in the monthly lease payment.
Savings passed on to you
MARAC's purchasing power lowers the vehicle price – we enjoy substantial fleet discounts and the benefit is passed on to you in your lease payments and FBT calculations.
No resale risk
MARAC is responsible for selling the vehicle at the end of the lease so there’s no resale for you to worry about.
Let’s get your team on the road
Give us a call on 0800 85 30 30 to find out more about operating leases, and to discuss which option is best for you.
Why would I lease a car rather than own a car?
Does leasing a vehicle give me a tax benefit?
Do I get a discount off the retail price of the car?
Can I lease a used vehicle?
Is maintenance included in my lease payments?
What is sale and lease back?
What type of car can I lease?
Can I purchase the lease vehicle at the end of the lease?
How is the lease rate calculated?
Lending criteria, fees and charges apply. MARAC is a division of Heartland Bank Limited.