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Lease an electric car with us and choose from a wide range of new vehicles.
AA Lease lets you lease an electric car for a period between 2 and 4 years – the choice is up to you. It works just like other long-term car rental services, with you paying a monthly fee to get behind the wheel of a brand-new electric car for a set mileage per year.
Our service also lets you flexibly change your mileage or term once during your lease for free too. And our EV lease provider, LeasePlan, is also a member of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA), so works in line with the organisation’s customer-friendly code of practice.
And to make things that bit easier, we’ll have your new EV car lease delivered to you free at the start of your contract and collected at the end. It’s the simple, quick, and stress-free way to lease an electric.
Looking to upgrade your car and enjoy the zero-emission benefits of an electric vehicle? Here’s why leasing an EV could make sense for you:
All our EV lease deals come with great benefits and leading electric cars for a clear upfront fee and predictable monthly price with zero hidden costs.
Electric car leasing works by paying a monthly fee to rent an electric vehicle for a set period and mileage. Also known as Personal Contract Hire (PCH), you’re responsible for running costs and some other vehicle costs not covered by your contract deal. With us, you get things like road tax and breakdown paid for as part of the monthly fee.
At the end of your lease, we’ll collect your car, leaving you free to lease an even newer vehicle.
The cost of leasing an electric car depends on a range of factors including:
For a firm understanding of how much it will cost to lease your chosen electric car, view our listings.
Wondering whether you should buy or lease an electric car? The choice depends on several things.
First, leasing can make sense if you want a new electric car but don’t have a lump sum to pay for one upfront. Payments will also be simpler and more predictable as you won’t need to worry about paying road tax and other costs.
Similarly, if you’re the type of person who likes driving new cars, you can switch to a new model at the end of the electric car lease. You won’t have to worry about advertising and selling your car and being hit by depreciation.
Electric vehicles are becoming an increasingly popular option for drivers. The BVRLA’s January 2022 Leasing Outlook Report found that 21% of new cars were EVs in Q3 2021, with numbers forecast to grow by 53% by Q3 2022.
When all is said and done, it’s important you compare the price of EV lease deals to buying. Make a decision based on your finances, circumstances and future plans. That way, you can drive an EV the right way.
Leasing an electric car is a good idea if you want a new car for a set monthly price, without needing to worry about breakdown cover and tax costs.
If you’re happy driving within the mileage limits you’ve chosen and don’t care about owning the car at the end of the contract, then a customisable and customer-friendly electric car lease could be the right choice for you.
AA Lease is flexible to provide the type of car you need, from 2 to 4 years, and for the mileage you drive. And you can arrange it all from home.
Work out whether leasing an electric car is for you with our user-friendly guides below.
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