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  • E-DRIVE WEST MIDLANDS LIMITED, Hawthorn Hill Barn
    Cantlop, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
    SY5 6HH
For fantastic quotes and a personable approach to Car Leasing in the Shrewsbury area, call e-drive West Midlands.

e-drive West Midlands has access to a whole host of great deals and offers on Car Leasing in Shropshire. Whether you are looking for a small runabout, a 4x4 family vehicle or executive business saloon, director Stuart Smallwood can help.

In addition to fantastic car leasing deals in Shrewsbury, e-drive West Midlands is all about offering a personal service. You can obtain an online quote through Stuart's website if you have a particular vehicle in mind but feel free to give him a call and arrange a no-obligation meeting. Discuss your vehicle needs and Stuart will advise where appropriate to ensure that you are aware of the best solutions for you.

Visit Stuart's website for:

  • car leasing special offers
  • van leasing special offers
  • FAQs on contract hire finance options
  • Taxation calculator
  • Car leasing e-news


Stuart is able to assist every step of the way, allowing clients to take advantage of his access to a wide range of vehicle deals and finance options. Find out why so many people choose car leasing over purchasing, although if there are any disadvantages pertaining to your own circumstances, Stuart will highlight them too. Honesty is always the best policy with e-drive West Midlands.

For further information on friendly and affordable car leasing and contract hire, please call 0844 879 3153. Stuart is based in Shrewsbury but has arranged vehicle leasing for individuals and businesses across the breadth of the country.


Please mention the best of shrewsbury when contacting e-drive West Midlands.

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