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Benefits of switching to an electric car
Cheaper fuel costsThe main benefit of driving an electric car is cheaper fuel; based on a mileage of 7600 per year; an electric vehicle would cost £342 annually whereas fuel would cost £1200 – an £842 saving per year.
Easier to maintainElectric vehicles have less moving parts than traditional cars, so they’re easier to maintain. New technology like regenerative braking saves money on replacement brakes as they last longer.
Protect the environmentElectric cars emit fewer greenhouse gases and air pollutants over their life span than traditional cars, even when production and electric fuel are considered.
What is electric car leasing?
Electric car leasing is a cost effective way to drive an eco friendly car. Electric or hybrid vehicles are often more expensive to buy that their diesel or petrol counterparts so leasing allows you to drive an electric car that might otherwise be out of reach.
EV leasing is appealing because of it's simplicity. You arrange your lease and then hand the vehicle back when your contract ends, freeing you from the responsibility of ownership, which gives you the flexibility to switch cars every few years.
Find your perfect electric vehicle today and benefit from lower fuel costs and reduced running costs. If you're looking for a business electric lease then you can also take advantage of some great incentives, including a lower BIK rate and the salary sacrifice scheme.Read our guide to electric vehicles
What's the difference?
Electric and hybrid car types
Battery electric vehicles are powered by a large battery and an electric motor; meaning they’re 100% pure electric. They’re the cheapest to run and don’t emit any emissions.View all electric lease deals
Plug-in hybrid vehicles combine an electric plug-in battery and a traditional combustion engine, so they offer the best of both worlds. The car will use its electric supply first, before switching to fuel.View all hybrid lease deals
Traditional hybrids also have a battery and combustion engine, but the battery is too small to be charged. You’ll get some power from the battery, but it won’t last long, and you’ll run on traditional fuel for the majority.View all hybrid lease deals
Frequently asked questions.Help desk
What are the best electric car leasing deals right now?
We offer electric and hybrid cars below £200 a month, which rise to £500 and more. We stock proven models like the Toyota Prius and Nissan Leaf and newer models like the Mercedes-Benz EQC and the Audi e-tron. All our cars are competitively priced and come with no deposit and bad credit options.
Where do you charge electric vehicles?
You can charge an electric car at home, either with a three-pin plug or with a charging point; most people prefer charging points as they charge faster and are safer to use. There are thousands of charging points in the UK, so running out of charge isn’t an issue.
Is it better to lease or buy an electric vehicle?
It depends on what you want from your vehicle; leasing is ideal for those who are a little unsure about going electric by purchasing a car or if you like to switch cars every few years. Buying is better for people who want to own an asset and want to invest in their vehicle long-term.
Are electric cars better for the environment?
The primary way electric cars benefit the environment is that they don’t emit any harmful gases into our air, keeping it cleaner. Traditional hybrid and plug-in hybrids will emit some harmful gases, but you can still minimise your carbon footprint.
Will I save money on fuel?
Charging your car with electricity instead of petrol or diesel is cheaper, so it depends on what type of vehicle you have and how much you charge it. For example, a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) doesn’t take fuel so you’ll save money. A plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV) can save you money, but only if you minimise the car’s fuel use by charging your electric vehicle up regularly. However, with standard ranges of 20-40 miles, you’ll probably end up using some fuel. A traditional hybrid (HEV) won’t save you any money on fuel as you can’t charge the car up.
How long does an electric car run on a single charge?
Also known as ‘range’, the length of a single charge will depend on the type of car, but at present, it’s between 100 and 200 miles. Some vehicles go above 200 miles per charge, such as the Tesla Model Y Long Range and the Hyundai Kona.
Can you get a short term lease on an electric car?
We offer short-term leases on our cars, but we’ll have to price it up for you. Get in touch with our team and tell us your budget, desired contract length and car.
Why choose Hippo?
Knowledgeable account managersOur team can educate and guide you through the electric car leasing process.
Free 172-point inspectionAll used electric cars have to pass our rigorous 172-point check before we lease them.
Bad credit and no deposit optionsWe help people from diverse backgrounds, and you can lease without paying a penny for 30 days.
Risk-free preapprovalOur preapproval application has no impact on your credit score and takes five minutes to complete
7-day exchangeIf you don’t like your electric vehicle, we offer you the opportunity to exchange it within 7 days.
Clean and sanitised carsWe ensure all our cars are clean to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.