So last week a trip that I had been looking forward to for nearly a year finally arrived – the Geneva Motor Show. It was around this time 12 months ago that I and a few friends decided to take the plunge and book the journey that we had been discussing for many years previously. What better way to spend a long weekend than taking in the wonderful sights of Geneva and viewing some truly stunning concept cars along the way.

We arrived at the airport Friday morning and began the day with a full English breakfast and a coffee, followed by a couple of beers in the bar. We got to talking about Fred’s current Audi A3 business car lease which he was telling us only cost him £170 per month – he never was one to shy away from a chance at showing off and telling us all about the great deals he manages to find. Apparently it was a relatively short term too.

When we arrived at the airport in Geneva there was no messing about, we collected all of our bags and went straight outside to a taxi rank where we jumped in with the first available driver. About half an hour later we pulled up outside the hotel, a lovely looking building, where we wasted no time in checking in and getting ourselves back out and on the way to the Motor Show.

While walking around we saw so many incredible concept cars with such futuristic features. The food was fantastic too with hot dog and burger stands as well as ice cream and milkshakes. Half way through a little stand caught my eye which happened to be advertising personal contract hire Audi A3 vehicles.

There was a nice Swiss lady there who explained to us that with an Audi A3 personal car lease you could drive away in a brand new model with all the technology and interior comforts you’d expect, without being hit with a large initial outlay for the list price. I had never really considered driving a new car in the past, I’ve always associated it with a huge cost that I’d struggle to afford – but this concept sounded incredibly manageable on a monthly basis. Me and David thanked the lady for her information and signed ourselves up for email updates on the offers.

After a long day we headed out into the town and went for some local cuisine at a traditional Swiss restaurant and continued to talk about the great up and coming productions that we had witnessed at the exhibit. My personal favourites were the Ferrari models.

A few more glass of wine later and it was time to bring to a close a fabulous day at the Geneva Motor Show. It had truly been a worthwhile experience and on the journey back I would consider the options for my next motor and give some thought to a contract hire Audi A3 – it certainly seemed a deal that could work for me.