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From £257.95 Per Month

Initial Rental: £2,321.55 inc VAT
A car with the efficiency of an electric and the fun of a BMW? It’s possible - check out the BMW i3.
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Nissan Leaf

From £228.16 Per Month

Initial Rental: £2,737.92 inc VAT
The Nissan LEAF proves that an electric car is a realistic vehicle choice. It doesn’t cost a fortune and looks like a normal, albeit stylish, hatchback - not like a NASA prototype.
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Hyundai Kona Hatchback

From £255.95 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,071.40 inc VAT
A mini MPV with a respectable fuel efficiency of around 40mpg on average, the Kona Hatchback 2017 is suited to those wanting a bigger car on a budget.
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Kia e-Niro

From £249.69 Per Month

Initial Rental: £2,996.28 inc VAT
Available in only one single trim, the e-Niro boasts a serious collection of standard kit to lick your lips over. Alongside the 17” alloy wheels and all-round electric windows, the e-Niro also has the luxury of adaptive cruise control, heated leather front seats and a heated steering wheel.
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Volvo XC40 Estate

From £666.96 Per Month

Initial Rental: £8,003.52 inc VAT
The Xc40 Estate 2018 is a combo of a luxury SUV and a clever, compact saloon. Pick from a choice of fiesty, four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines.
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Tesla Model 3

From £409.06 Per Month

Initial Rental: £4,908.72 inc VAT
The Model 3 demonstrates Tesla’s ambition to make luxurious electric cars available to those who aren’t on six figure incomes. With most of the tech included in the more premium models, the Model 3 is an outstanding car for the price.
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Tesla Model X

From £853.80 Per Month

Initial Rental: £10,245.60 inc VAT
Tesla has shown they’re not a one-trick pony with the Model X. We all know that they can make a great saloon, but what about an SUV? Yep, they can do that too. Spacious, luxurious, fast - what’s not to like?
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Jaguar I-pace

From £630.71 Per Month

Initial Rental: £7,568.52 inc VAT
Quite possibly the best electric car available in the UK, the I-Pace Estate 2018 benefits from a low-centre of gravity, with first-rate handling.
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Nissan E-nv200 Combi Estate

From £348.50 Per Month

Initial Rental: £4,182.00 inc VAT
If you regularly find yourself packing your car to the brim, the Nissan E-NV200 Combi Estate is worth a look.
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Mercedes EQC

From £508.55 Per Month

Initial Rental: £6,102.60 inc VAT
The sleek, futuristic exterior of the Mercedes EQC is reflected once you step inside the fantastically crafted cabin. Its intuitive dual-touchscreen infotainment system is extremely user-friendly and has a ‘Hey Mercedes’ voice-control feature so you don’t have to lift a finger.
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Renault Twizy

From £120.80 Per Month

Initial Rental: £1,449.60 inc VAT
Although it might look like a golf buggy with a reg plate, the Twizy Coupe 2012 could be the future of motoring. Fully-electric and perfect for city commutes.
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Tesla Model S

From £787.00 Per Month

Initial Rental: £9,444.00 inc VAT
Tesla’s Model S is guaranteed to be many people’s ‘dream car’. It has futuristic tech, drives like a Ferrari, and is good for the environment. This car does it all - and then some.
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Nissan E-nv200 Evalia Estate

From £358.54 Per Month

Initial Rental: £4,302.48 inc VAT
The E-nv200 Evalia Estate uses the same powertrain as the Nissan Leaf. The main difference between the two is this model has more seating space.
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Kia Soul

From £292.17 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,506.04 inc VAT
With its quirky cabin, the Kia Soul hatchback provides a certain level of flamboyance that is heightened by the plethora of standard equipment that includes heated and cooled front seats, heating steering wheel and adaptive cruise control.
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Smart Fortwo Coupe

From £132.28 Per Month

Initial Rental: £1,587.36 inc VAT
There's a new word for manoeuvrability - and it's the Fortwo Coupe 2015. Incredible handling for a city car, it's perfect for parking in small spaces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I go for an electric car lease deal?

The best electric cars are nimble, spacious and have a high range. The question is, should you lease or buy? If you want the hottest new wheels for a slice of the price and an easy upgrade when the ‘next big thing’ arrives, an electric car lease should be top of your list.

Can I get an electric car lease no deposit?

Sure! A no deposit lease makes a lot of sense if you haven’t got cash stashed away. Set our filters to ‘1 month initial rental’ and you won’t have to worry about an inflated first month’s payment.

Do you have any automatic electric cars?

We sure do. In fact, all electric cars currently on the market are automatic. That’s because with an electric drivetrain that delivers maximum torque almost instantly, there’s no need for gear changes. If it’s automatic you’re after, check out our best automatic cars here.

What is the best electric car?

It all depends on what you’re looking for. If you just need something to get you to the shops, try our Nissan Leaf lease deals or Renault Zoe lease deals. For a taste of luxury, try a Jaguar i-Pace lease. Or why not join the Tesla cult with a Model 3 lease deal?

How do I find the best electric car personal lease deal?

To find the best PCH deal on an electric car, just play around with our filters! You can search by things like MPG (electric range), body style, number of seats, annual mileage and monthly cost.

How do I search for the right electric car business lease deal for me?

Company car tax on an electric car is one of the main reasons to get an electric business car lease. Why? Because it doesn’t currently exist! You’ll be saving plenty of money in the bottom BiK and company car tax bands. That leaves you free to focus on filtering by things that really matter, like body style, annual mileage and monthly cost.