Electric cars have truly arrived and we have electric car leasing deals across all the popular electric cars on the road today. Save money and do right by the planet with an electric car as your next lease vehicle.
Search our deals on electric car leasing below to see great deals on everything from zippy electric city cars to high-end electric sports cars.
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Electric cars are usually a lot cheaper to run than petrol or diesel cars, and you’ll never have to worry about filling up with expensive fuel. Electric cars also emit zero emissions, so they’re much better for the environment. With electric car leasing, you also get no road tax to pay and when you lease a new car, you also get the manufacturer's warranty included so you don't need to worry!
According to EDF energy, there are now more charging points than petrol stations in the UK, with 42,000 charging points in over 15,500 locations. Along with charging your car or topping it up whilst at the supermarket, it makes leasing an electric car easier and more convenient than ever! Use our handy charging map to find local charging points near you.
Because of the rocketing fuel prices in recent months, leasing an electric vehicle offers a significant saving on the running cost of a car, saving you money in the long run. Listed below is typically what you expect to cost to run an electric car.
The cost of charging your electric car will depend on a few different things, first of all, the size of the battery and where you're charging it will impact the cost so make sure you check this out when comparing lease deals.
A standard electric car with a 60kWh battery and 200 mile range:
These cars are powered by a large battery pack and an electric motor. Cheapest to run and zero c02 emissions
A plug-in hybrid car is a vehicle that uses both an electric motor and a combustion engine. The battery. will only last for short journey's, perfect for going into town but you will benefit from the lower road tax, cheaper to run and lower emissions.
Small battery pack that uses generative technology to charge the battery. No need to plug in to charge.
Typically, they are very cheap to run as electricity costs less than petrol or diesel and requires less maintenance than an internal combustion engine. The costs are dependent on the model, make and specifics of the car.
Currently, there are four grants available to help fund fully electric cars. Some of these discounts are already applied to our pricing, helping reduce the overall cost of your lease. If the price of the car is less than £32,000, a reduction in price of £1500 will be automatically applied.
Public rapid chargers can charge a vehicle up to 80% within 30 minutes. These are available at most service stations, so it's perfect if you've driven far enough and need a quick break.
When at home, using a wallbox will give you a charge of around 10-30 miles per hour depending on your model and type of wallbox. You would typically charge them overnight so you can have them ready for the next day.
There are different types of charging that can be found in the UK.
Slow, fast, rapid and ultra-rapid. These illustrate the different power outputs and charging speeds these charger can produce.
You can charge using a domestic 3 pin socket however 3-pin charging is extremely slow. You could only expect to get around 8 miles of range per hour using a 3 pin plug and could take up to 18 hours to get a full charge. However, if you only need a top-up, these will be suitable.