When me and the ex were in Shropshire for awhile coming into the country we had one of these, they were good (I think we used Europcar or Enterprise from Birmingham airport) and convenient but make sure you do have the funds for them and additional charges that can be thrown at you - obviously something can be found better than their deals probably. As above just lease what you can afford, walk away and if its tempting look around to compare if it can be gotten cheaper.
I would also say, set yourself a budget you can live with, make a list of cars that you find worthwhile for you and your needs and then compare prices as best you can for those. Weigh the pros and cons against each other before making any lease. As a personal view on these things if you had two cars and one was a bit more expensive but you would live with the other choice then take the cheaper one to save yourself a bit unless money is not an issue.
No. I am not a nice man. It's important that you understand that. It's going to save you a great deal of time and effort. There is not a warmer, kinder me waiting to be coaxed out into the light. I am acerbic. I can be cruel. It's who I am. Right to the bottom. I'm neither proud of this, nor ashamed of it. It simply is. And in my work, my nature has been an advantage far more often than it has been a hindrance. I'm not gonna change.
- Sherlock, Elementary