All you need to know about leasing
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The Tesla Model 3 is an electric saloon car known for its stunning design and impressive performance. Available with two drivetrains and up to 390 miles of range, the Model 3 is a great choice for an electric lease car.
Combining efficiency and safety with style and performance, the Tesla Model S is the world’s first-ever premium all-electric saloon designed from the ground up.
Combining the space and functionality of a 7-seater with all-wheel drive and a range of 315 miles, the electric Model X redefines the SUV sector.
Capable of carrying seven passengers, the Tesla Model Y is one of the safest cars in its class, making it a popular lease choice with growing families.
Whether you’re looking for a sporty coupé or compact SUV, you can easily browse our Tesla leases by body type.
Our Tesla lease deals start from £286.25 per month, including VAT. Leasing a Tesla is a budget-friendly way to drive one of the most high-tech, environmentally-friendly cars on the market.
By paying in fixed monthly instalments, you can spread the cost of the latest Tesla models, as well as save on things like road tax and breakdown costs. Discover more about the costs of running an electric car in our full guide.
The Tesla Model 3 is the cheapest car in the Tesla range.
The Model 3 is a popular lease choice with customers looking for a practical, high-tech luxury EV with great performance and a long mileage range.
In addition to the Model 3, Tesla also offers the five-door Model S hatchback, which has the longest range of any battery-powered electric car currently in production, and the Model X, a plug-in electric luxury SUV ideal for busy family life.
Like any car, Tesla's battery life can vary based on factors such as usage, weight, and technology in use.
That said, the smallest Tesla model battery (the Model 3) will typically last approximately 262 miles. The largest battery (Model S) will last for around 405 miles.
Please note that these times are approximate, and you should be sure to plan your journey beforehand and be proactive about charging; just as you would fuelling up your petrol or diesel engine.