Big Names Added: Ferrari, Maserati and Rolls-Royce Leasing Deals

By Ryan | 9th July 2013 | Category: Car and Van Info | Leave a comment

Any list of the world’s best-renowned and most-loved luxury motor marques would likely include Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Maserati, Bentley and Aston Martin. Fortunately, thanks to recent additions to the Nationwide Vehicle Contracts portfolio, this is a list of names you’ll find available to lease in the UK.

We are very proud to announce that, via our network of dealerships and financial partners, we are now able to offer the Ferrari California, Maserati GranTurismo and Rolls-Royce Phantom Saloon II. Cars that have a typical on the road (OTR) cost in the hundreds of thousands now cost only a few thousand a month to lease. While still remaining highly exclusive vehicles, these more affordable lease deals will be tempting to anyone who would have settled for a second hand vehicle in the past. Let’s take a closer look at the cars, and the savings that leasing provides:

Ferrari California lease deals

Ferrari California

Photo by Flickr user Mr Littlehand

A new venture for Ferrari when introduced in 2008, the Ferrari California is a grand tourer that represented a whole range of firsts. It was the first time Ferrari put a V8 in the front of a car, the first time it created a car with a folding metal roof and the first car with multi-link rear suspension, among other milestones.

Restyled in 2012 in response to criticism of its speed and size, the latest Ferrari California features a finely tuned engine and a significant weight reduction over its predecessor. The car was seen as an attempt by Ferrari to reach a new audience, and with the savings illustrated in the table below, big-name motoring is now more affordable than ever.

Ferrari California 48 Month* 36 Month* 24 Month*
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Saving on £151,069 OTR cost




Maserati GranTurismo leasing

Maserati Granturismo
Photo by Flickr user exfordy

Aimed at much the same audience as the Ferrari California, the Maserati GranTurismo was until quite recently a division under the prancing horse itself. Though the name isn’t quite as famous, Maserati is still associated with many of the same values and the GranTurismo is a fine example. Top Gear describes it as “Maserati’s best car for a decade” and “a bargain” – something that is now doubly true, thanks to our leasing deals:

Maserati GranTurismo 48 Month* 36 Month* 24 Month*
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Saving on £81,173 OTR ost




Lease deals on the Rolls-Royce Phantom Saloon II

Rolls-Royce Phantom Saloon
Photo via Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce is synonymous with luxury motoring, and has been for over a hundred years. The Phantom is an incredible drive, but as always it’s primarily a passenger focused vehicle. The list of luxury amenities is astonishingly long and full of novelty: the traditional hood ornament (the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’) offers a particularly good example, considering that it’s retractable to prevent theft. described the Phantom as “every bit the car that a flagship Rolls should be” in their review and we’d definitely agree. As much as ‘expensive’ is part of that definition, our leasing deals could shave a substantial amount off of the cost of driving a Phantom saloon, as you can see in our table below. Businesses that rely on the provision of luxury transport in their fleet, such as professional chauffeurs, airport transfer services and events organisers, may well benefit from leasing their next vehicle.

Rolls Royce Phantom Saloon II 48 Month* 36 Month* 24 Month*
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Saving on £358,288 OTR cost




*All prices based on 25,000 mile annual mileage limit, using prices live on 8 July 2013

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