Car Leasing in Dorset, Bournemouth
At New Cars Online we offer some of the best car and van leasing deals that the UK has to offer. Whether it’s personal car leasing or commercial van contract leasing, you will find it hard to find a better deal anywhere else.
Even as an established company in the Yorkshire and Humber Region, New Cars Online are one of the UK’s leading car brokers with an outstanding reputation in Dorset and throughout the rest of the UK. There are many car leasing companies in Dorset, why don’t you change your mind and go to a company that doesn’t just have a local presence but a company that has 1000’s of happy customers nationally. Being one of the best-known leasing companies in Dorset and the UK, you will see our relationship with major manufacturers in our car leasing prices.
So, whether you are looking to lease a car in Bournemouth, Poole, Weymouth, Christchurch, Ferndown or Ferndown we’ve got you covered.
We cater for all car leasing needs and arrange suitable finance for the private individual, business or even large fleet customers.
If you know the type of car or van that you want to lease but are not sure how to finance it call New Cars Online on: 01472 563600 and speak to one of our qualified advisors who will be happy to help you select the right option. Move you one step closer to getting your hands on the keys to your new car.
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Fun facts about Bournemouth:
1. J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, frequently traveled to Bournemouth and eventually moved there. When he visited, he always stayed at Hotel Miramar in what is now room 205.
2. The settlement of Bournemouth was founded in 1810 by Lewis Tregonwell, a captain in the Dorset Yeomanry. He built a house near Bourne Heath and then purchased eight and a half acres of land for just over £179. This is now the site of Bournemouth town centre.
3. To facilitate boats coming to Bournemouth, a pier was constructed in 1847. This was a wooden 100-foot structure, and was replaced by a 838 feet cast iron pier designed by Eugenius Birch, constructed in 1880.
4. The approach of the 20th Century saw the growth of Bournemouth’s cultural life. The Bournemouth symphony orchestra was founded in 1893 and the first library was built in 1895.
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