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Looking to Leasing a car in Cambridge ?. Smart Lease have some the the cheapest Cambridge car leasing offers in the UK, we supply to business and personal users and offer free delivery to any UK mainland destination. So if you are looking for great leasing deals in Cambridge you have come to the right place. We can supply and make and model of vehicle and have a good selection of special offers that are in stock.

Here at Smart Lease UK our aim is to offer the best Cambridge car leasing deals in the market place. We offer a hassle-free, no-fuss customer service that provides car leasing and contract hire to personal and business customers in the Cambridge area. The heart of our success is our approach to customer service with over 20 years of looking after customer’s needs. 

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So why not give us call or check out our specials on the website and see how much we can save you on your next lease car.

At Smart Lease we pride ourselves on offering some of the cheapest Cambridge car leasing deals. Please allow us to demonstrate our fantastic service to you, our competitive pricing and an opportunity to supply your next lease in Cambridge.

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Free UK Delivery on all Vehicles to Cambridge.

No Admin Fees or Other Cost

DELIVERY DETAILS

Usually 14 days if in stock. For factory orders delivery depends on manufacturers current lead times for your chosen specification.

All vehicles are brand new with delivery free of charge and include car tax for the term of the lease.

Here at Smart Lease our aim is to offer the best Cambridge car leasing special offers in the market place. We offer a hassle-free, no-fuss service that provides personal leasing and business contract hire customers in the area.

Smart Lease pride ourselves on offering simple vehicle leasing solutions to Cambridge.

Our customer cars are delivered daily throughout the UK, simply browse the range of car leasing deals we have on offer on our website, call or contact our helpful staff on 01604 497572


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If you would like to know more about car leasing in Cambridge please do not hesitate to call or email us.

Email: Sales@smartlease.co.uk

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Cambridge

Did You Know?

Cambridge is the UK’s second city of learning, but the first in your hearts (unless you went to Oxford, of course). Prehistoric settlements solidified with the coming of the Romans who set up a fort in the area. After they abandoned Britain in the 5th Century, the Saxons later established a settlement there they called “Grantebrychge”. With the establishment of Cambridge University allegedly by fleeing Oxford scholars, the city transformed into one of the premiere places of higher education in the country.

Following the Peasants’ Revolt in 1381, a new town charter was drawn up for Cambridge that transferred the supervision of baking, brewing, forestalling, regrating, selling food, and weights and measures were all transferred from the city to the university.

Oliver Cromwell’s head is buried in Cambridge in a secret location. He died in 1658 and was buried in Westminster Abbey, but when Charles II was restored to the throne three years later, he had his body exhumed and posthumously executed! Cromwell’s head was then displayed on a spike for almost 25 years until a storm broke it.

Despite the university forming in 1209, the first of its colleges didn’t form until 1284 thanks to the Bishop of Ely and a charter from King Edward I. Today, the college is home to approximately 226 undergraduate students, 86 graduate students, and 45 fellows. Cambridge University has 31 colleges with 18,271 students with 9,823 academic and administrative staff members.

Lord Byron was not allowed to keep a dog in his rooms at Trinity College Cambridge, so instead, he kept a bear. Byron resented the rules that would not let him keep his beloved dog Boatswain with him at the college, and as the college had no rules about bears in their statutes, they didn’t have a legal basis to tell him to get rid of it.

In 1958, Cambridge engineering students managed to get an Austin Seven car on the roof of Senate House. It took the university a week to remove it.

The Nobel Prize, in fact. Individuals associated with Cambridge University have won 89 Nobel Prizes in all six disciplines covering physics, chemistry, peace, literature, physiology, and medicine. Cambridge also claims the most Nobel Prizes in physics at 29 in total. The university’s total prize count is well above Oxford University at 58, though Oxford has produced the most Prime Ministers.

The University of Cambridge is over 800 years old, and some of its rules reflect that. For instance, students have to “keep the term”, which means that they have to stay within a three-mile radius of Great St. Mary’s Church for 59 nights each term. At least they don’t have to wear gowns all the time any more; that rule ended in 1965.

Hobson’s Conduit is a watercourse in Cambridge that brings fresh water into the city. Thomas Hobson constructed it from 1610 to 1614 to supply Cambridge with fresh water and give visitors and their horses water to drink as they entered. The Hobson’s Conduit Trust that Thomas Hobson established for the conduit’s maintenance is still in existence today

Cambridge is home to one of the oldest universities in the world, but it could also be called the birthplace of football as we know it. The “Cambridge Rules” were drawn up at the University in 1863, and influenced the Football Association’s original rules.

In 1979, a Doctor Who story written by Douglas Adams, Cambridge graduate and author of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, was filmed in Cambridge, but never aired as a result of studio strikes. However, Cambridge did appear briefly on the hit show for the 20th-anniversary story, when the Doctor (Tom Baker) was filmed punting down the Cam.

The China-UK Friendship Garden, which features part of a poem called Second Farewell to Cambridge by Xu Zhimo, attracts many Chinese tourists to the city and strengthens links to China. The garden, which is at the back of King’s College, features a granite stone with the first and last lines of the poem, as well as willow trees, marking Xu’s time at Cambridge as a graduate student.


Leasing a car in Cambridge

THE CAMBRIDGE CAR LEASING SPECIALIST

In all cases Smart Lease are acting as a credit broker and not a lender.

Smart Lease is authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority.

Consumer Credit Interim Permission is 648780.

All of our car leasing contracts are based on finance contracts and as such come with a few points to note. Firstly failure to keep up to date with payments may result in a charge from the finance provider. Secondly, cancellations may result in a fee being incurred. Thirdly, Initial Payments are typically taken just after you take delivery of the car (not is all cases) and is part of the finance rental (not refundable)

lease pricing is correct as of time of publication. We reserve the right to withdraw any offer, service or price without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.

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