An alternative to vehicle ownership, Ford Contract Hire* involves a low capital outlay with fixed monthly rentals and no vehicle disposal worries at the end of the agreement.

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Vehicle Eligibility
New and used vehicles up to 12 months old for Business Users only.


  • Minimal capital outlay – typically three monthly rentals
  • Fixed monthly rentals to assist cash flow and budgeting
  • Rentals are tax allowableTooltip
  • Additional line of credit for your business
  • No part exchange or disposal issues – the vehicle is returned at the end of the agreement
  • Road Fund License is included for the term of the agreement
  • Vehicle breakdown cover for the UK and European travel
  • Free replacement vehicle for up to 48 hours in the event of a breakdown attended by the AA if the vehicle cannot be repaired at the roadside.
  • Includes Ford Fleet Accident Management which reduces the time that drivers and vehicles are off the road – for more details visit Accident Management
  • Optional maintenance and servicing packages (at additional cost)

    How it works
    Your fixed monthly rental will depend on the following:
    • Agreement length – choose from 24 to 48 months terms (60 month available for Commercial Vehicles).
    • Annual mileage
    • The advance rental amount
    • The Ford vehicle you want to drive
    At the end
    At the end of the agreement, you simply return the vehicleTooltip to Ford Lease, take out a new Ford Contract Hire agreement and collect the latest model. You will not own the vehicle at the end of the agreement.

  • * Ford Lease, Ford Contract Hire & Ford Contract Hire with maintenance are provided by ALD Automotive Limited trading as Ford Lease, Oakwood Drive, Emersons Green, Bristol, BS16 7LB. ALD Automotive is registered in England No. 987418. For the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998 the data controllers in relation to any information you supply are Ford Motor Company Limited, FCE Bank plc, and ALD Automotive. ALD Automotive is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.