With the demand for Electric Car Leasing increasing rapidly in 2021 and market predictions expecting 2022 to massively outperform last year, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing our customers explore this alternative fuel source more.
With interest rates rising and the cost of living exponentially rising particularly with our utilities, we understand that customers are reluctant to commit to a lease with large deposits and are searching the market for no deposit lease car offers.
Here you will find a comprehensive list of all Electric car leasing offers available with zero deposit. The payment profile is 1+, which will be taken from your bank or building society account approximately 14 days after delivery.
Whilst all the offers listed below do not require payment before you take delivery they are based on a non-maintained contract. We can provide fully maintained quotations upon request. You can either call us on 0191 3561001 or enquire through the website by selecting the enquire now option.
We are based in the Northeast of England but operate Nationally. We can provide quotations to all UK customers. Some non-UK Mainland addresses may incur a delivery charge, which we’d advise at point of quotation.
It’s important that you consider several factors when considering your next lease car. Not only do you need to appraise the monthly payment but also the cost of fuel/recharge, maintenance costs and insurance. As Electric cars are relatively new to the market with their technology still being developed, they’re not mas produced currently, which means that parts are not readily available, and neither are the specialist mechanics to repair and service them. Over the next few years, you will see the overall running cost reduce.
Yes, all deals listed are provided through a credit supplier. You’ll need to complete a finance application and pass a credit check along with affordability assessment in order to lease one of our vehicles.
We have a range of offers specifically selected for customers with bad credit. We have funders that understand that whilst you may have encountered financial difficulty in your past that you can pass their criteria and can afford to lease a car. Often, they will request a larger initial payment to minimise their risk and exposure for lending to you.