Tesla Car Leasing Backdrop

Tesla Lease Deals

Tesla has taken the world by storm over the last few years and is now up there as one of the most desirable manufacturers on offer. Devoted specifically to EVs, leasing a Tesla is now as affordable as many more mainstream brands, with its range expanding beyond the luxury market.

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Tesla lease FAQs

Why should you lease a Tesla?

Tesla is a relatively new brand, but it’s been a game-changing one too. It was one of the first car manufacturers to exclusively offer electric vehicles and successfully demonstrate to the world what EVs are capable of. The upmarket Model S saloon and Model X SUV rewrote the rules when it comes to performance and range, and now more affordable offerings like the Model 3 and Model Y take the same principles and wrap them up in a smaller, more affordable package.

What are the most popular Tesla models to lease?

The Model 3 has been by far the most popular car for Tesla in the UK, and has featured highly in the UK’s best-sellers list over the last couple of years. It’s the same story when it comes to leasing – affordable monthly prices combined with the Model 3’s impressive range and performance has ensured it remains a hit with lease customers. The Model Y is now taking off too, with the latest model offering an SUV flavour to Tesla’s line-up.

What Tesla trim levels can I choose from?

Tesla focuses on offering the latest tech across all its models, with “trim levels” denoting the various performance and range options. These include Standard Range, Long Range and Performance. You can consider the Performance variant the range-topping model, with these cars aiming to take on the likes of Mercedes’ AMG and BMW’s M Division. For example, the Model 3 Performance gets from 0-60mph in less than three seconds.

How much does a Tesla lease cost?

Tesla prices were once priced of true premium vehicles, with monthly lease rates comparing to many brands with a luxury badge. But things are changing. New, smaller models like the Model Y and Model 3 offer pricing that isn’t far off many European rivals, and as electric vehicles become more mainstream this trend is only set to continue. Leasing a Tesla is by far the most cost-effective form of financing one too, as you aren’t stung by depreciation which can be higher for electric vehicles.

Are there any Tesla rivals I should consider?

Tesla was once alone, and for years carved out its own market. But now brands like BMW, Audi and Mercedes offer cars like the EQC, e-tron and iX – all of which are worthy alternatives to the American manufacturer. For those considering a Model 3 or Model Y, the Volkswagen ID.4 and ID.4 ranges also offer a very similar package.