Top 5 electric leased cars for professionals

Today, full service leasing is by far the best way to get behind the wheel of an electric car. It's also often the least expensive. It also means you won't have to deal with the sometimes lengthy waiting times you might encounter when buying from a conventional dealership. At Beev, we pay particular attention to corporate habits. That's why we've compiled a selection of the five best long-term leasing offers for professionals in this article.

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What are the advantages of leasing an electric car?

It's important to ask yourself what's in it for you when it comes to leasing an electric car. long-term leasing instead of buying one? There are several possible reasons.

Lower monthly costs

Although prices are falling steadily over time electric cars are still a little more expensive than combustion-powered cars (diesel or petrol). Let's take the example of a classic combustion Volkswagen Golf. The base price starts at €26,560, while the equivalent electric model in the same range, the Volkswagen ID.3 starts at €46,750. A not inconsiderable difference, therefore, and one to be taken into account when considering the purchase of a new vehicle.

In addition, it should be noted that electric cars have low depreciation most of the timeThis means that financing offers can be similar to those for gasoline-powered cars. To take a second example, leasing prices for the Renault Zoe E-Tech start at around €376 per month. The same prices apply to an equivalent Renault Clio petrol car!

Great fuel economy

Then there's the most obvious benefit, and often the reason why a company or even an individual decides to go all-electric. The electric cars cost less per kilometer to fill up than gasoline-powered cars. The cost of a full charge for an electric car is much lower than a full tank of diesel or petrol. Even though fuel consumption varies from model to model, it is generally 15 kWh/100 km. For the most gas-guzzling models, consumption consumption is more like 20 kWh/100 km. The cost of a full recharge for an electric car is approximately 2 euros for a 100 km recharge compared with €10 of fuel for a combustion model for 100 km.

Fuel is already a very expensive commodity, and as you know, it's in short supply at the moment. The difficulty of obtaining it and the closure of service stations explain this difficulty in finding petrol. This is an additional argument that encourages companies to electrify their fleetfearing for their business in the event of a situation like this.

Read also : Fuel shortages in France: how to cope?

Better air quality

An ecological conscience first and foremost! That's right, the electric cars have a carbon footprint 2 to 3 times lower than that of a combustion vehicle if its battery does not exceed 60 kWh. They also emit 3 to 4 times more CO2 than a combustion engine.. Gasoline, diesel and hybrid cars emit carbon dioxide and other pollutants that are harmful to the planet. So, in the long term, driving electric helps to improve air quality where you are.

Lower risks than direct purchasing

In short, if you want to benefit from a vehicle with the very latest technology without worrying about the financial aspect, electric leased cars could be the solution for you.

Indeed long-term leasing offers many advantages:

  • No personal contribution is required from the tenant. 
  • The buy-back of the electric vehicle is possible at the end of the contract.
  • Visit maintenance and assistance are included in the rental price beyond 1000 km.
  • It makes it possible to renew the vehicle fleetwhich is much appreciated by companies.

Leasing consists of an initial payment and a series of monthly payments agreed in advance. 

To find out more : Should you buy your electric car under a leasing contract?

Below, we present the five best electric vehicles available for long-term leasing. You'll discover the details and features of these popular models.

Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is a real game-changer record-breaking range . No other electric electric car enjoys such worldwide popularity as the Tesla Model 3. This vehicle, with 24,000 models sold in Europe by 2021the Tesla Model 3is undeniably the best-selling electric car on the Old Continent.

The American model has also won over its public thanks to its minimalist design, cutting-edge technology and long range, making it one of its greatest assets. Despite this, the list of equipment options is relatively limited: you can order paint, interior color and wheels. That's about it. 

Nevertheless, exclusive changes have been made in 2022 to the electric car These include a much more powerful processor for entertainment, a 12-volt lithium-ion battery, a rear window with acoustic glazing, a "super horn" and an all-new alarm system.

In terms of technical specifications, the Tesla Model 3 has a 60 kWh battery and a 225 kW, 305 hp engine. Inside the Tesla Model 3, there are no screens or dials in front of the driver, but a huge central multimedia screen which also serves as an entertainment system.

Tesla cars are charged via superchargers. These are fast, powerful chargers that enable Tesla electric cars to charge up to 80% of their capacity in around half an hour. For accelerated chargingtakes just under six hours. The Tesla Model 3 are also equipped with these superchargers. In addition, Tesla has set up a network of superchargers around the world, with over 30,000 supercharger stations. Some of these stations are only accessible to Tesla cars.

Its semi-autonomous driving technology is one of the most advanced on the market. and its range extends to 491 km for the standard version and over 500 km for the higher versions. It has one of the most accurate range indicators on the market.

Tesla regularly modifies its leasing price structure. Leasing offers are therefore constantly changing.

The Tesla Model 3 is already available on Beev as a long-term 48-month long-term leasing from €559/month with 40,000 km included and no deposit.

See also: The top long-range electric cars

Renault Zoe E-Tech

Discreet, the Renault Zoe E-Tech is the ideal car for short trips short in urban areas. This mini electric vehicle is by far the least expensive car on this list. It is not, however, the cheapest vehicle in its category. To give you an idea, it's roughly equivalent to a Renault Clio E-Tech for similar leasing offers.

Its elegant design reinvents the pleasure of driving, with upholstery covered in embossed, recycled textile that reflects the car's eco-responsibility. In terms of technology, the Renault Zoe E-Tech boasts an attractive 9.3-inch screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Equipped with a new 100 kW (135 hp) engine, the Renault Zoe e-Tech offers even more fun and excitement. With a 52 kWh battery providing an impressive range of 395 km, this electric car offers excellent performance for its price range.

The Renault Zoe E-Tech is now available on Beev as a l49-month long-term lease from €491/month with 40,000 km included and no down payment.

You can find our test of the Renault Zoe E-Tech on our YouTube channel:

Peugeot e-208

Very easy to handle, the Peugeot e-208 is the perfect perfect for a first experience in electric vehicles and as a first purchase. In fact, the Peugeot e-208 is already very popular in its internal combustion versionit is just as popular in its electric version.

The French carmaker estimates that the electric version of its model is no more expensive than its internal combustion model. As long as the vehicle's operating costs are taken into account (lower maintenance costs, less expensive recharging than a full tank of fuel). This is what makes the e-208 a perfect perfect electric carfor a first experience of long-term leasing (LLD) EXPERIENCE.

The exterior is eye-catching with its athletic design, clean lines and redesigned front lights featuring the latest LED technology. The interior is best-in-class with its i-Cockpit 3D futuristic i-Cockpit. The Peugeot e-208 is also a little jewel of technology, with its Connect & Go system, which allows any smartphone to be synchronized with the electric vehicle. Among other functions, it can be used to control the heating or air conditioning, check the battery's state of charge and plan journeys in advance.

When it comes to recharging, there are several possible solutions, both private and public. Charging the Peugeot e-208 will take 30 minutes to recover 80% of its range at a fast public charging point (100 kW), 7h 30 from a wallbox 7.4 kW wallbox and 15h from a standard 16A outlet. L'maximum range is 362 kmalthough for normal day-to-day use, a range of 260 to 290 km is more reasonable.

It's worth noting that there are no real differences in terms of practicality compared to the Peugeot 208. In fact, the cabin and trunk space remain identical. Good news indeed!

The Peugeot e-208 is now available on Beev for 49-month long-term leasing from €426/month with 40,000 km included and no down payment.

You can find our Peugeot e-208 test drive on our YouTube channel :

Audi Q4 e-Tron

Classy and refined, theAudi Q4 e-Tron will have no trouble delighting fans of the electric SUV. Nevertheless, it will certainly not be as revolutionary as the Jaguar I-Pace or as powerful as a Tesla Model Y in the same range. But theAudi Q4 e-Tron does have the merit of offering a high level of build quality, with impeccable finishes and well-worked details. The cockpit has also been revisited, with an all-new steering wheel. At 4.59 meters long, the top-of-the-range electric SUV also boasts a large wheelbase and ample legroom.

In this respect, it's on a par with the current Q7. The Q4 e-Tron is largely identical to the Volkswagen ID.4 and the Skoda Enyaq iV in terms of technology. It amazes from the driver's seat with its 0 to 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds and up to 299 hp. However, its top speed of 180 km/h is limited for range reasons (521 km). Despite its two-tonne empty weight, excluding luggage and passengers, it is as maneuverable as a small car.

L'Audi Q4 e-Tron benefits from high-performance rechargingIn fact, just 5 minutes of charging is enough for the battery to last the next 100 km. In 25 minutes, the battery's charge increases from 5% to 80%.

The e-Tron is first and foremost an Audi that the automaker knows how to design for its millions of customers and millions more potential customers, before being an electric car.

L'Audi Q4 e-Tron is now available on Beev as a 49-month long-term lease from €542/month with 40,000 km included and no down payment.

You can find our test of theAudi Q4 e-Tron on our YouTube channel:



The launch of the MG4 was a huge success. Indeed, it is an electric car with plenty of space, on-board technology, driving quality and one of the best residual values for a new electric car.

What's more, the MG4 is the first model in the brand's range to use the all-new modular evolutionary platform (MSP) that will form the basis of all future MG models. From the outset, therefore, the MG4 showed great promise as an electric car.

The weight distribution of the MG4 s weight distribution and rear-engine configuration make for a driver-friendly yet aggressive ride on the road. It reacts quickly and feels lighter than its 1.7 ton weight would suggest. Combine this behavior with its uncommon liveliness and you get the MG4, a very good all-round electric vehicle.

Given its good looks, solid technological offering and impressive range, it's not hard to see why the MG4 is such a hit. 

The MG 4 is now available on Beev as a 49-month long-term rental from €374/month with 40,000 km included and no deposit .

In conclusion

It is clear that in view of the growing expansion of electrification of vehicle fleets in both public and private companies, electric electric vehicles are becoming the norm for the vast majority of them. The reasons for this enthusiasm on the part of companies are that they feel increasingly reassured by the reliability and quality of these models. Increased autonomy also represents a major argument for companies to make their ecological transition.

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