The 10 Best Electric Vehicle Lease Deals Available Now< Back to blog
At Moneyshake we are committed to driving the UK towards net-zero emissions by 2050, in line with the Government’s objective. By providing you with the best electric vehicle (EV) lease deals, we hope that many people will see the benefit of leasing this latest driving technology.
To help get you started, we’ve pulled together a list of our 10 best electric vehicle lease deals available now.*
*prices accurate at the time of writing (19/04/2021)
If you are still a little unsure about the benefits of EVs, you can read our recent blog post that debunks the common misconceptions surrounding electric driving and why now is the best time to switch to electric.
Thinking of purchasing an electric car? Moneyshake finds you the best electric car lease deals on the market. Check out our latest offers on the latest EVs to get a brand-new car for fixed monthly payments.
10. Polestar 2
- Monthly lease price: from £402pcm
- Average cost per mile: 4p-7p
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Polestar 2 makes this list of best electric lease deals. Dubbed by many experts as one of the most complete EVs money can buy, there’s not much to dislike about the Volvo-inspired coupe. We’re particularly impressed with its car-like design inside-out, which gives it an incredibly muscular stance that its rivals can’t seem to compete with.
Starting from around £402 per month, the Polestar 2 is an absolute steal when you consider how effortlessly it delivers strong performance and the inside is laced with luxury materials and style.
Most importantly are the range stats when you take it for a drive. Even the standard single motor model comes with an official range of 273 miles. Or there’s the Long Range version which bumps these figures up to an impressive 335 miles.
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9. Audi Q4 e-tron
- Monthly lease price: from £425pcm
- Average cost per mile: 4.95p-7.28p
Everything about the Audi Q4 e-tron defies what people would expect from a conventional electric car and that’s what makes them appealing. Audi is so bold as to predict that the Q4 e-tron will be its second best-selling model.
On the face of it, range might not be so impressive, with entry-level models getting a rather modest 212 miles inbetween charges. However, there are more specs with bigger batteries (badged ’40’ and ’50’) that bump these numbers up to 300+ miles which will please high-mileage drivers.
The further you step up in trim level the more poke you get from your electric motors too. ’35’ models that kick off the range come with a single 168bhp motor and rear-wheel drive. The mid-range 40 version gets a more powerful motor (201bhp) which shortens acceleration time and then there’s a properly rapid 50 trim that takes it one step further thanks to dual motors and four-wheel drive.
Out on the road the Audi Q4 e-tron is very comfortable and can even outdo the Enyaq in this respect when the adaptive suspension is selected.
Looking for the best deal on the latest Audi Q4 e-tron? Moneyshake shows you the best Audi e-tron lease deals on the market.
8. BMW i3
- Monthly lease price: from £253pcm
- Average cost per mile: 3.7p
Let’s face it, the BMW i3 has caught all of our eyes at some point, either at its 2013 launch or out on the road in the seven years since. Its small, quirky design lends itself to an idealistic city car that can also reach up to 188 miles on a single charge.
Charging is where the i3 excels. BMW‘s first electric car can be fully recharged in just four and a half hours using a 7kW standard charger. Available to lease from £253pcm, the BMW i3 represents great value for money and has a lot of the premium qualities typical of its parent manufacturer, which its competitiors don’t.
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7. Jaguar I-Pace
- Monthly lease price: from £636pcm
- Average cost per mile: 4.8p
Jaguar join the list of manufacturers to venture in to the premium electric market with the I-Pace. A whopping 292-mile range is achieved thanks to the car’s advanced 90kWh battery pack which, despite its size, can still be recharged fully from a standard 7kW wallbox in 13 hours.
Out on the road is where the I-Pace comes into its own. With dual electric motors – one on the front and another on the rear creating four-wheel drive and a considerable 395bhp – the car shoots forward with incredible ease. With no combustion engine it accelerates with serenity too. Althought 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds won’t scare the likes of a Tesla, most other sports cars will be left behind by this silent beast.
Our Jaguar I-Pace lease deals start from around £636pcm.
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6. Nissan Leaf
- Monthly lease price: from £200pcm
- Average cost per mile: 4.1p
It wouldn’t be an accurate list of great electric vehicles if we didn’t include the Nissan Leaf. A popular choice among Moneyshake customers, and it is easy to see why when you consider the amount of car you can get even from the standard trim level.
Currently available from around £200pcm, the Leaf manages 168 miles on a single charge that can be fully replenished in six hours using a standard public charging point or 7kW home wallbox.
Rapid charging is also standard on every Nissan Leaf trim, which can give the car an 80% battery boost (equivalent to 134 miles) in just 40 minutes using one of the many rapid 50kW chargers available on UK roads.
One of the first modern electric cars to set the trend for other manufacturers, the Nissan Leaf continues to get better. Think it’s the right EV for you? Find the best Nissan Leaf lease deals from Moneyshake.
5. Tesla Model 3
- Monthly lease price: from £457pcm
- Average cost per mile: 4p
A key player in the electric market, Tesla has had its sights firmly set on owning the EV industry for generations. The Model 3 presents a great deal for a prestige brand at just £457pcm on a car that can reach 267 miles on a single charge when you choose the Standard Range Plus specification.
One of the many benefits of choosing a Tesla is that you get access to the brand’s excellent Supercharger network. Delivering a powerful 150kW current, these connectors can charge the Model 3’s battery from 20%-80% in just 20 minutes.
Not only has the Tesla Model 3 got rapid charging under its belt, but performance matches it. Even when you choose a single-motor version (badged ‘Standard Plus’) with rear-wheel drive the car is still a luxury performance saloon. This tells when you put your foot down, with the car quick to respond, taking you to 62mph from standstill in a swift 5.2 seconds.
Models badged ‘AWD’ have two electric motors – one for the front and another for the rear – which makes this sprint time even quicker. The impressive part about each Model 3 is the interior too, which has an incredibly refined, minimalist look that’s dominated by the huge landscape 15in infotainment screen that’s the hub of all your car and media controls.
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4. Honda e
- Monthly lease price: from £292pcm
- Average cost per mile: 5-7p
A personal favourite of ours at Moneyshake, the Honda e is relatively unique in its design. A retro-style interior and exterior is brought in to the modern world of electric cars with its 137-mile range that can be fully recharged in six hours at a standard public charging point.
The fastest home charging time of any car on our list, the Honda e battery, currently available from around £292pcm, can be fully replenished in just six hours using the standard 7kW charger.
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3. Kia e-Niro
- Monthly lease price: from £280pcm
- Average cost per mile: 4-7p
Currently available at Moneyshake for around £280pcm, the Kia e-Niro is a class-leader among electric family cars.
Top spec ‘3’ and ‘4+’ models can run for a staggering 282 miles per charge, the second highest range on our list, thanks to their large 64kWh batteries. Alternatively, the entry-level ‘2’ specification gets a 39kWh battery that still manages 180 miles official range.
Although the Kia e-Niro hasn’t been on the scene for that long (production started in 2018), it has made its mark on the family EV space. With Kia’s latest technology, industry-leading seven-year warranty and fantastic range as standard, there’s no wonder that it’s proven such a hit.
Interested in getting the best deal on the e-Niro? Moneyshake brings the market to you, finding the best e-Niro lease deals on the market.
2. Hyundai Ioniq
- Monthly lease price: from £169pcm
- Average cost per mile: 3.2p
You can be forgiven for thinking that the price of a Hyundai Ioniq lease must be a mistake, we can assure you, it isn’t.
A luxurious electric car that can travel 193 miles before needing to be recharged, a process that takes just six hours from a standard 7kW home charger, is available for around £169pcm.
Just like the e-Niro, the Hyundai Ioniq has a comfy, spacious interior, low running costs and a decent range that make it an attractive offer for families.
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1. Renault Zoe
- Monthly lease price: from £189pcm
- Average cost per mile: 2-3p
If you have scrolled past the Jaguar, Porsche and Tesla and are confused as to why we have chosen the Renault Zoe as our best electric car deal, don’t be.
Available to lease from Moneyshake from around £189pcm, the Zoe offers incredible value for money on a car that can reach up to 245 miles on a single charge in its top spec. Each year the Zoe seems to look less and less like a mundane eco-friendly runaround and more like a sporty hatch too, aided by Renault’s inclusion of a more aggressively styled ‘GT-Line trim’ (our personal favourite).
A practical modern day hatchback, the Zoe can be fully charged from a standard 7kW home wallbox in just seven hours. Each model comes with either a 109bhp electric motor that is all most people will really need, delivering nippy acceleration in town and not feeling too stretched working up to motorway speed. Alternatively, a 136bhp unit (badged ‘R135’) makes the car go that bit quicker (0-60mph takes 9.5 seconds instead of 11.4 seconds).
Does the Renault Zoe sound like it’s up your street? With Moneyshake you can find the best deal on the latest Renault Zoe range.