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All-inclusive car subscription: See how we compare

March 4th, 2024

All-inclusive car subscription can be cheaper than PCP

Many drivers choose to buy their new car with a PCP arrangement, thinking that it is the most cost-effective option on the market. There is a new alternative to drive a new or nearly new car without all the upfront costs and this can often work out cheaper than a PCP option.

What’s included in a car subscription?

This can vary and we’d encourage you to check, but typically they should include (and ours do include):

  • Your chosen vehicle
  • Road tax
  • Fully comprehensive insurance
  • Maintenance
  • All servicing & MOTs
  • Breakdown cover
  • Consumables, such as new tyres and brakes

This means that once you’ve chosen the car, you’ll know exactly what your monthly payments will be until you return the car, without worrying about unexpected costs.

Check out our comparison tables below to see how we compare and the savings that you can make over a 24 or 36 month period.

Our city car example*

Browse all our city cars.

Our hatchback car example*

Browse all our hatchback cars.

Our SUV example*

Browse all our SUVs.

Our electric car example*

Browse all our electric cars.

Save money with an all-inclusive car subscription

If you do not want to own a car and enjoy the freedom and flexibility of being able to end a subscription with 14 days notice, an all-inclusive car subscription could actually save you money. With Drive Fuze there are no large non-refundable deposits, just an additional month's subscription secures your vehicle and is refundable when you choose to end your subscription. You do not need to worry about any of the associated costs of running a car like insurance, servicing and maintenance and breakdown cover, these are all included, and more too.

Browse our range of cars available now (or to pre order in some cases), and start your all-inclusive car subscription today.

*As with all substantial financial commitments, please undertake your own research. All prices are correct as of February 2024 and used data from the following sources:*preferences
Why has car insurance gone up in 2023 and 2024? |  Adrian Flux
Why has car insurance gone up? | Evening Standard
Vehicle tax rates: Cars registered on or after 1 April  2017 - GOV.UK (
Please note that our cars all come with 1,000 miles per month as standard and many other alternatives do not.
Our comparison does not take into account insurance or VED inflation/tax changes.    
We have used OEM 'standard' or suggested deposits from their website.
Does not take into account insurance ABI.