Tesla lease deals

Accelerate the advent of sustainable transport

Tesla hit the UK as it revolutionised electric cars and gave Britons something they’d never seen in a package before – sustainability and luxury.

If brands like Nissan and Renault were experts in bringing everyday electric vehicles to the UK, Tesla has done something completely unique by sitting at the forefront of cutting-edge future technology.

There’s nothing quite like a Tesla; and we give you access to the best models on the market, such as the Model 3, Model X and Tesla Model S. And while their range is more limited than some manufacturers, it doesn’t mean there’s any compromise on quality.

Also, if you want a new Tesla we can source one for you, but we also lease used Tesla vehicles if you don’t mind renting an older car. View our latest Tesla lease deals and lease a car from the most responsible, luxurious and pioneering car manufacturer on the planet.

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Types of Tesla Leasing

Personal leasing

Tesla cars don’t only look amazing on your driveway, but they stand out on the road and perform brilliantly. Personal lease deals are ideal for drivers that want to stand out without the harsh imprint on the environment. Leasing a Tesla is easy; select the model that fits your specifications and budget, choose your contract length, organise your monthly payments and return your car when the contract ends.

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Business leasing

Imagine the look on your client’s face when you turn up to your business meetings in a Tesla. Tesla’s are particularly useful for business people that are trying to push sustainability, or if you want to look sleek and futuristic. We source business fleet cars and private lease cars for thousands of companies across the UK. So, whether you’re looking for new or used vehicles, an individual vehicle or a fleet – you’ll always find a zero-emissions car with Tesla.

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No deposit leasing

If you don’t have the money to put down a deposit for your new Tesla, we can help you get on the road by offering a no deposit deal. What’s more, you don’t have to pay anything for 30 days, giving you time to save up for your first payment. However, if you want to use an old car as a deposit, you can use our part-exchange scheme.

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Bad credit leasing

If your credit score is low, you can still get a Tesla lease deal by accessing one of our bad credit deals. We work with a range of customers from different financial backgrounds, so we’re confident we can help you get the car of your dreams.

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In Stock Tesla
Drive Away The Same Day!

If your eager to get on the road, the quickest way to do it is by applying for your finance and picking a vehicle that’s already in stock. We have plenty of Tesla vehicles that you can browse, to get your car quickly, you need to:

Browse our range of in-stock Teslas and choose the one you love.
Fill in our online enquiry form or give us a phone call.
We’ll send the paperwork by email; check it, sign and email it back.
Collect your car from our showroom the same day.

We can also deliver your car anywhere in the UK for a small cost. Get in touch today and get the Tesla you want!

Tesla leasing FAQs

Founded in 2003, Tesla is a company that aims to accelerate the world’s journey to sustainable energy with full electric cars – which is crucial to the UK’s commitment to going electric.

While charging an electric vehicle is undoubtedly cheaper than filling a petrol car, certain factors determine the exact cost, like the battery in the car and how you use it.

Tesla cars typically begin at around £40,000 if you choose to buy one, which is why many people choose to lease them as the cost of the finance arrangement is cheap

Tesla batteries have warranties of eight years but are expected to last longer than that timeframe.

Tesla’s most accessible car is the Model 3, which we stock. Browse our best deals and discover more about the vehicle.

Teslas are made in America and China, will a European factory in Germany under construction at present. However, you’ll still receive maintenance and repairs support in the UK.

Yes, Tesla’s cars are all-electric. They don’t make petrol or diesel cars.

Who says electric cars can’t be fast? The Model S P100D with Ludicrous mode is the third fastest accelerating production car ever produced, with a 0-60 mph time of 2.5* seconds.