Hybrid and electric cars have been gaining popularity in recent years and, they show no signs of slowing down. Here at New Cars Online we have some of the very best lease deals on hybrid and electric carts. We have all of the lead makes and models including, Polestar, Tesla, Kia, Tesla, Audi, Toyota and, many more. Don't forget, we can source almost any make or model car so, if you don't see the car you looking for, feel free to contact us.
Electric cars are almost the same as conventional cars but, they have a battery that is connected to an electric motor, which turns the wheels instead of a combustion engine turning the wheels. As with petrol and diesel cars, electricity also operates the vehicle’s other functions, like the stereo, climate control and lights. Unlike a hybrid vehicle, a pure electric car will always need to be plugged in to charge the battery.
Because we only lease brand new electric vehicles, when you do lease an electric car with us, it will likely be fitted with the latest technology. Some electric cars can even get software updates, just like your phone and computer does! Electric vehicles also tend to feel very nippy at lower speeds, this makes them a great leasing choice for people driving in towns and cities.
Hybrid and electric cars use much less or even no petrol or diesel fuel at all, cutting your running costs. In terms of electric cars a full charge from empty to full could cost less than a pound for the electricity.
Use our handy tool below to find out which type of fuel suits you.
You'll be asked questions about your journeys, lifestyle and charging capability.
Use the tool below to find out exactly how much it will cost per mile to drive your new electric lease car.
Simply select the car you're leasing to see the expected pence per mile.
Most electric car users choose to charge their car overnight. If you have a garage or driveway you can install your own EV charger, or even plug your car into a wall plug in your house!
For longer trips where the range of your car may not last the full journey, you can stop at motorway service stations. Most motorway service stations now have rapid chargers which, depending on the model of your electric car, can provide between 60-200 miles of range in 20-30 minutes.
EV & BEV: EV and BEV both mean the same. EV stands for Electric Vehicle and BEV stands for Battery Electric Vehicle. BEV and EVs run only on battery power without assistance from any internal combustion engine. Because they have bigger batteries, they can run much further on a single charge when compared to HEVs and PHEVs.
HEV: HEV stands for Hybrid Electric Vehicle. HEVs use both an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. Unlike EVs and BEVs, HEVs charge their batteries by regenerative braking. What is regenerative braking you might ask? Regenerative braking uses the kinetic energy used to stop the car to charge the battery. When you lease a Hybrid Electric Vehicle, you get the best of both worlds; a good old combustion engine and an electric motor to help reduce fuel costs.
PHEV: PHEV stands for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. Just like HEVs, PHEVs have both an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. The only difference being that the battery is bigger than on PHEVs so you're able to rely more on the battery power than on HEVs. As the name suggests, you can plug a PHEV into a charging station.
You will still need to take your electric car for an MOT. However, when you lease a car with New Cars Online, you will be leasing a brand new car. So you will not need to take it for an MOT for the first 3 years. Whether you lease an electric car or a petrol or diesel car, you won't need to MOT the car during the first 3 years of the cars life. If you take out a contract that is 3 years or less, you will not need to MOT the car.
You will still need to service the car regularly, but you can expect the costs to be much lower. Because electric cars have significantly fewer moving parts than combustion engine cars, the cost of servicing and maintenance are often much lower.
Nothing! The only difference is how the car runs. Just like when you lease a petrol or diesel car, you will agree on the term, annual mileage, type of contract (personal or business) and initial rental. You will then pay the agreed fixed monthly payments for the length of your contract and hand it back at the end.
Good question - many people wonder the same when they first considering leasing an electric car. Fortunately for you, the amount of electric charging stations is growing at a rapid rate. You will find charging stations in almost every supermarket car park, service station and public car park. According to EDF energy, there are now more than 42,000 charging stations across the UK. With around 7,000 being added each year.
If you would like to see which of those 42,000 charging stations is closest to you, you can use Zap Map's handy live charging station map by clicking here.
Car leasing is effectively a long term rental agreement. The car will be brand new or pre-registered and, you will be the first registered keeper of the vehicle.
At the start of the contract, you will pay an initial rental, which is often called a deposit. You will then make monthly payments for the duration of your contract. Car leasing contracts usually last between 18 and 48 months. Leasing is a simple, cost-effective way to drive a brand new car. And don't forget, no matter how much deposit you put down, the overall cost of the lease will not change.
Hybrid and electric cars use much less or even no petrol or diesel fuel at all, cutting your running costs. In terms of electric cars a full charge from empty to full could cost less than a pound for the electricity. It is certainly unlikely to cost more than £3.40 per full charge, which will give you 100 miles range. This is less than the cost of the same journey in a petrol or diesel car.
Electric cars generally have fewer moving parts than gasoline-powered cars, which means they may have fewer breakdowns. Additionally, electric cars typically have a simpler drivetrain, which can also contribute to fewer breakdowns. Like with gasoline-powered cars, reliability of an electric car will depend on the specific make and model, as well as how well it is maintained.
Yes, it is safe to drive an electric car in the rain. Electric cars are designed to be weather-resistant and can handle wet conditions just like any other car.
An electric car, also known as an EV (electric vehicle), is powered solely by an electric motor and battery. It has no internal combustion engine, and therefore does not use gasoline or diesel fuel. An electric car can be charged by plugging it into an electric power source and can travel a limited distance on a single charge.
A hybrid car, on the other hand, combines an internal combustion engine (ICE) with an electric motor and battery. The ICE typically powers the car at higher speeds, while the electric motor provides power at lower speeds and during acceleration. The battery is charged both by the ICE and by regenerative braking. The car can switch between running on gasoline, electric power, or a combination of both, depending on the driving conditions.
In summary, an electric car is powered only by electricity and a hybrid car is powered by both electricity and gasoline.
The time it takes to charge an electric car (EV) depends on several factors, including the type of charging equipment used and the battery capacity of the car.
Level 1 charging, which uses a 120-volt household outlet, can take up to 20 hours to fully charge an EV.
Level 2 charging, which uses a 240-volt outlet (often found in residential garages), can take anywhere from 4 to 8 hours to fully charge an EV.
Fast charging, also known as Level 3 charging, uses a 480-volt DC fast charger and can charge an EV battery to 80% capacity in as little as 30 minutes. However, the charging time can also vary depending on the car model and battery capacity.
It's always best to consult the vehicle manufacturer or the charging station's information for more detailed information on charging time.