Electric Car Lease Deals

Gateway2Lease has years of experience in the car leasing industry, and we entered it to create a simple and easy service for individual and business customers to find their way to car leasing deals and strive to always offer the highest levels of customer service.

From the initial choice of your lease vehicle to signing the paperwork and having your perfect car lease deal delivered to your door, our expert team are with you every step of the way. Gateway2Lease has an impressive catalogue of electric car lease deals available, from BMW and Audi to Volkswagen, you will be able to find a wide selection of electric cars to lease whether smaller or medium-sized vehicles to vans, and we feel confident to be able to supply the vehicle of your choice.

Learn more about electric car leasing

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Volkswagen ID 5
G2L 100 Score


ID 5

4 variants

from £311.56 inc VAT

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Nissan Ariya
G2L 99 Score



41 variants

from £263.93 inc VAT

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Nissan Leaf
G2L 99 Score



4 variants

from £190.74 inc VAT

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Gwm ora 03
G2L 99 Score

Gwm ora


2 variants

from £189.31 inc VAT

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Peugeot 208 Hatch
G2L 98 Score


208 Hatch

8 variants

from £238.76 inc VAT

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Ford Mustang Mach-E
G2L 97 Score


Mustang Mach-E

6 variants

from £458.38 inc VAT

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 Hatch
G2L 96 Score


Ioniq 5 Hatch

9 variants

from £361.78 inc VAT

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Vauxhall Corsa
G2L 96 Score



7 variants

from £249.23 inc VAT

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Toyota BZ4X
G2L 96 Score



18 variants

from £310.93 inc VAT

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Lexus RZ 450e Suv
G2L 95 Score


RZ 450e Suv

6 variants

from £434.41 inc VAT

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MG Motor UK ZS
G2L 91 Score

MG Motor UK


4 variants

from £287.30 inc VAT

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DS Automobiles 3 Crossback
G2L 90 Score

DS Automobiles

3 Crossback

1 variant

from £301.52 inc VAT

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Why consider an electric car lease?

More and more people are turning to electric cars for a host of reasons that make so much sense. Electric cars offer a smoother and quieter driving experience. They are generally more energy efficient and cost much less to run than conventional petrol or diesel cars. But one of the biggest incentives for leasing an electric car is the environmental aspects, as electric vehicles have lower, or zero, emissions which help to reduce air pollution and combat climate change. As the government aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, leasing an electric car will help to avoid any future restrictions on petrol or diesel vehicles. Many cities now have clean air zones, and leasing an electric car will generally mean being exempt from charges, giving you another financial saving.

Additional financial savings can be made by leasing an electric car as the government has offered tax incentives for electric cars, by making all zero-emission vehicles exempt from road tax. There are also grants and incentives available to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles, providing financial assistance towards the purchase or lease of electric cars, reducing the upfront cost. These benefits also extend to businesses leasing electric cars – helping to lower their business taxes by helping employees to buy or lease an electric car.

The benefits of our electric car lease deals

  Enhanced driving experience
  Environmental benefits
  Money saving

How does car leasing with Gateway2Lease work?

Gateway2Lease has always aimed to make leasing an electric car as simple and accessible as possible, and when combined with our outstanding customer service, we make getting your ideal electric car lease deal a matter of six simple steps:

 1. Select your electric car

Choosing the electric car deal you want is the most exciting part. Find the best electric car model, mileage and type of contract depending on the budget you have available.

 2. Formal quotation

Next you will be provided with a written quotation of price and terms when you’ve chosen the electric car deal you want to get. When you approve this then the credit check process begins with the finance company.

  3. Vehicle order form

After the financial details have been approved and signed off, you will sign the vehicle order form which will confirm the specifications of your electric car deal and estimated delivery date. Signing the form will trigger the factory order process or begin the release of your stock vehicle.

 4. Paperwork and documentation

Our team will send you financial documents including a payment schedule, direct debit mandate and all terms and conditions which you will read, sign and return to us.

 5. Delivery confirmation

When your new electric car lease deal is ready, a member of our team will contact you with the registration number and confirm a delivery date, allowing you to arrange insurance.

 6. Delivery of your new car

The dealership will bring your electric car directly to your door, giving you the keys so you can get straight out on the road.

Have any more questions about electric car leasing?

The cost of leasing an electric car will depend on an array of factors, such as the make and model of the vehicle, the lease duration, annual mileage and the lease company's terms and conditions. Additional costs might also include maintenance should you choose to add a maintenance package to the cost of the hire. As each electric car and deal is different, get in touch with a member of our expert team to discuss your options for leasing an electric car and the various price options available.

There are a variety of benefits of leasing electric cars for your business needs. These are not only the reduced running costs and marketing or branding opportunities to advertise that you're a company that is committed to sustainability and innovation but there are also massive financial benefits. The UK government offers tax incentives to businesses that use electric vehicles, and leasing electric cars for your company's requirements prevents the need for a large outlay upfront. Your team will be able to access low-emission zones in major cities and you will be contributing to reducing carbon emissions and promoting environmental sustainability. Electric cars require less maintenance and electricity is typically cheaper than fossil fuels, meaning that using electric vehicles for your business requirements will be a decision that continues to save you money into the future.

At Gateway2Lease we pride ourselves on finding the most competitive deals available to be able to offer you, the customer, the very best electric car lease deals available. We’re confident that you’ll find something for everyone, whether you’re looking for business electric lease deals or the cheapest electric car deals for your personal lease. Get in touch today to find out how competitive our offers are.

Yes, it is possible to lease an electric car without a deposit although this is dependent on the leasing company and the specific agreement. Some leasing companies offer a zero-deposit option for electric car leases – allowing you to start the lease without making an upfront payment. This option may impact the monthly payment amounts to compensate for the absence of an upfront payment, making them higher compared to a lease with a deposit.

Whether you choose to buy or lease an electric car will depend on your unique situation and budget. Buying an electric car gives you full ownership, allows you to customise it and long-term can be cost saving as if you keep it for several years, you won’t have ongoing lease payments. However, leasing an electric car has lower upfront and maintenance costs and you can upgrade to newer models ensuring you have access to the latest advancements in technology. Leasing also frees you from the responsibility of selling it and gives you greater flexibility depending on your lease deal. Comparing the total cost of ownership for both options and evaluating the financial implications, in the long run, can help you decide which option best suits your needs and finances. Our friendly and knowledgeable team can help you find the best lease deal on an electric car to suit your budget.

Yes, driving an electric car can save you money over a conventional petrol or diesel car in a variety of ways. Fuelling your electric car is cheaper and more energy efficient than using fossil fuels and charging at home will mean you can take advantage of lower electricity rates and off-peak tariffs or, if you have solar panels, can further reduce the cost of charging. The engines of electric cars have fewer moving parts and don’t require many of the maintenance tasks associated with conventional vehicles – no need for oil changes, spark plug replacements or exhaust repairs for example. There are tax incentives from the government for driving an electric car, and they are also exempt from clean-air emissions charges. They also save you money in the long run by not depreciating in value as much as conventional cars, because - as electric cars become more and more popular - they are likely to retain their value for selling or trading in your vehicle in the future.

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