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Why consider an electric vehicle?
Electric vehicles can save you money. They are considerably cheaper to run as the cost of fully charging your EV outweighs the cost of filling up with traditional fuel. Also, EV drivers benefit from various tax advantages and congestion charge exemptions.
Getting an electric car on personal lease is better for the environment. Electricity is a cleaner power source, while the vehicles generate zero tailpipe emissions - helping create cleaner streets and less polluted towns and cities.
They're great fun to drive. If you've never driven an electric vehicle, then try one. You'll be amazed at the instant torque from the electric motor. Plus, the location of the battery in the floor provides better balance and weight distribution, which improves handling.
Infrastructure for electric vehicles is improving at a rapid rate, with new charge points added every day. There are now more than 30,000 charging points across 13,000 locations. That's more locations than there are petrol stations.
FAQs when leasing an electric vehicle
How long does a full charge last?
Electric vehicle range varies between manufacturers, models and battery sizes. So, if this is your first electric vehicle lease deal, then it's essential to do your research. The current average range across electric vehicles is around 200 miles, but some can last for more than 300 miles, weather and driving style dependent.
Do electric vehicles still cause some pollution?
Electric cars are better for the environment as they have zero tailpipe emissions. They also reduce noise pollution. Making electric cars does use more energy than a conventional vehicle, but they are the greener option over the car's lifetime.
Are electric vehicles slower?
No. If you choose an electric car on lease, then one area you will be particularly impressed is the performance. Electric vehicles have instant torque. There's no need to shift through the gears, they deliver impressive acceleration as soon as you hit the pedal.
Can I charge my vehicle from home?
Most EV drivers opt to charge their vehicles overnight from the comfort of their own home. You can also get government funding to install a charging point.