More drivers are warming up to the idea of electric vehicles, yet, for many, the high purchase price of EVs can be a real obstacle. The best electric vehicle leases are out to change that. By leasing, consumers can experience the cutting-edge technology of EVs without the long-term financial commitment of buying one. Plus, by the time your lease is up, EVs are certain to charge faster than ever, so you’d probably want an upgrade anyway.
Whether you’re new to the world of EVs or a seasoned enthusiast, these are the best EV lease deals available in November.
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The Best EV Lease Deals Today
|Make||Model||Trim||Months||Monthly Payment (Pre-Tax)||Due at Signing|
|Nissan||Leaf||S 40 kWh||36||$309||$2,689|
|Hyundai||Ioniq 5||SE RWD||36||$399||$4,999|
|Hyundai||Ioniq 6||SE RWD||24||$349||$4,999|
You simply can’t beat a Tesla lease for under $400 a month. Tesla EVs may be as common as Civics these days, but their superior charging experiences are worth the praise.
Kia and Hyundai are offering massive $7,500-$10,000 lease incentives for their popular EVs, including the IONIQ 5 and EV6. Following the loss of the federal EV tax credit for these models, the Korean automakers have been leveraging lease deals to ‘sell’ cars.
Volkswagen’s Made-in-America ID.4 electric SUV does qualify for the federal tax credit, but VW is keeping it competitive with up to $9,500 in lease incentives.
Other notable deals include the Chevrolet Bolt EV, the Ford Mustang Mach-E, and the all-new Nissan Ariya.
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As EV technology advances and becomes more accessible, leasing has emerged as a viable option for many to experience these vehicles without the hefty price tag. Our rundown of the top electric vehicle leases offers insights into deals that provide both value and quality.
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