Why Choose An Electric Car Lease?
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Audi E-Tron Lease Deals80 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£624.99
Vauxhall Mokka Lease Deals3 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£352.99
KIA Niro Lease Deals3 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£373.99
Volkswagen ID.Buzz Lease Deals3 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£593.99
Tesla Model Y Lease Deals2 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£609.99
MG Motor UK MG5 Lease Deals2 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£337.99
Peugeot 2008 Lease Deals6 Deals to Choose From
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Per Month Inc. VATFrom£316.99
Audi RS E-Tron GT Lease Deals6 Deals to Choose From
Per Month Inc. VATFrom£1,269.99
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Per Month Inc. VATFrom£483.99
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Per Month Inc. VATFrom£571.99
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Benefits of Electric Car Leasing
Electric cars produce no tailpipe emissions, so it's one of the best ways to reduce your impact on the environment. Zero emissions also mean better air quality, which also has health benefits.
Cheaper Running Costs
One of the top reasons to choose an electric car is savings on overall running costs. You can make significant savings by switching, as electricity is less expensive than petrol or diesel. In fact, you could pay less than half the amount compared to a conventional vehicle.
Regular servicing and maintenance are required for all cars. However, with fewer moving parts and fluids required (oil and coolant etc.), maintenance costs are lower compared to traditional vehicles.
Grants & Tax Incentives With Zero Emissions
Government grants are now available to make switching to an electric car more affordable. There are various options, including grants of up to £1,500 off your electric lease deal. This is automatically taken off the agreement, subject to vehicle eligibility.
Say Goodbye To Range Anxiety
Range anxiety is now a thing of the past with most electric cars now providing a longer battery range. As a result, you can expect to find models offering between 100 and 300 miles on a single charge.
The advancement of electric cars brings new designs and impressive performance to your driving experience. Most models also feature a range of safety systems, high-tech infotainment and driver assistance features as standard.
Running an electric car is cheaper than conventional petrol/diesel alternatives. Best of all, many energy suppliers also provide specific EV tariffs so you can utilise off-peak charging at lower costs.
Have you ever noticed designated parking spots for electric cars in supermarkets and public car parks? With an electric vehicle, you can take advantage of these spaces and top up while you shop.
No Congestion Charges
Some city locations have introduced Clean Air Zones and congestion charges for specific vehicles. You can enter these areas without worrying about high costs with an electric car, as your car doesn't produce emissions.
Less Noise Pollution
In comparison to petrol and diesel models, electric cars are significantly quieter. This benefits the driver with not only a relaxing ride but also the public as urban areas become less noisy.
Wider Choice of Electric Vehicles Available
The electric car market is growing rapidly. Manufacturers are bringing newer and more innovative models to the market at affordable prices. This variety provides drivers with a better choice of car suited to lifestyle needs.
Affordable Lease Deals
Before buying an electric car, check out the range of leasing deals available at an affordable cost, or find out more about BEVs in our handy guide. Leasing offers greater flexibility with fixed monthly payments. You don't have to worry about depreciation or long-term maintenance costs. You can simply hand the car back at the end of the agreement and choose your next electric model.
Choose From All Your Favourite Brands
At Leasing Options, we have electric leasing deals from over 30 manufacturers. Choose from compact city models to comfortable family SUVs from Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and not forgetting the market leader, Tesla.
Our range of electric lease cars offers affordable options for all budgets. So, it's the perfect time to make the switch. Alternatively, take a look at our hybrid lease deals.
Electrify Your Business With Electric Leasing
Businesses can also benefit from the many advantages of electric leasing.
2% Benefit In Kind (BiK) tax
All company car drivers pay Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax. The rate payable depends on your vehicle's emissions. Currently, electric cars sit in the 2% tax bracket, as they have zero emissions, so you'll only incur low Benefit in Kind tax charges if you choose a green vehicle lease deal.
No Road Tax
Road tax, or as it's otherwise known, Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), can be a costly expense for company car drivers. However, the road tax rate you pay is based on emissions. So the benefit of choosing an electric car is that they're exempt from this cost.
To help your business make the switch to an electric fleet, eligible companies can apply for the Workplace Charging Scheme. This government grant covers the cost of purchasing and installing up to 40 EV charge points at your premises. With more access to electric charge points, employees and fleet drivers can benefit from greener driving.
Make Your Business Eco-Friendlier
With lower running costs, less maintenance and EV charge point grants available, making your business more eco-conscious couldn't be easier. There are numerous benefits from tax savings, affordable monthly payments and no depreciation costs. Plus, you have a choice of stylish and comfortable models suitable for business needs.
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