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Does anyone know of any cheap lease deals for electric cars please?

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I am looking to cover around 60 miles a few times a week, would love the benefits of an electric car if the lease deal exists that doesn't totally eclipse the cost savings, Any ideas? Thanks. Read More
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5m, 2w agoPosted 5 months, 2 weeks ago
I am looking to cover around 60 miles a few times a week, would love the benefits of an electric car if the lease deal exists that doesn't totally eclipse the cost savings, Any ideas? Thanks.
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#1
what are the benefits of an electric car?
banned#2
jimhuf
what are the benefits of an electric car?

None.
#3
there was a Hyundai listed on this site earlier today.
#4
WonkyDoctor
jimhuf
what are the benefits of an electric car?
None.

No London Congestion charge? Fill it up from home? Very cheap to charge? No exhaust emissions? Free parking at a lot of places?
#5
adam_holcombe
WonkyDoctor
jimhuf
what are the benefits of an electric car?
None.
No London Congestion charge? Fill it up from home? Very cheap to charge? No exhaust emissions? Free parking at a lot of places?

Lol, is that it? No exhaust emissions? do electric cars only use solar and wind power to charge? a small 1ltr car is more economical than a leci car. If the motive to buy a leci car is to help the planet, dont you're better off buying a 10 year old car than a brand new leci car,
#6
True but I am less considering the green implications, pretty much purely the financial benefits.
banned#7
There are none, they're expensive to buy and maintain. It's a fad
#8
jimhuf
adam_holcombe
WonkyDoctor
jimhuf
what are the benefits of an electric car?
None.
No London Congestion charge? Fill it up from home? Very cheap to charge? No exhaust emissions? Free parking at a lot of places?
Lol, is that it? No exhaust emissions? do electric cars only use solar and wind power to charge? a small 1ltr car is more economical than a leci car. If the motive to buy a leci car is to help the planet, dont you're better off buying a 10 year old car than a brand new leci car,

I said no exhaust emissions for a reason. Imagine if even half of all cars in London were electric? The reduction of pollution would be amazing!
#9
WonkyDoctor
There are none, they're expensive to buy and maintain. It's a fad
Ignorance must be bliss in this thread. It's a fad? So you have noticed that Germany have recently announced that they will starting banning the internal combustion engine in 2030. Tesla - heard of them? They're growth in the car industry is huge, 400,000 pre-orders for the new model 3.

Edited By: ipswich78 on Nov 01, 2016 11:57
#10
Electric cars are the future, with the introduction of DC chargers in the coming years and increased range they will replace the internal combustion engine.

The environmental argument is always a challenge, however electricity is less impactful on the planet than oil both in the obtaining of and emissions.

Cost benefits? Absolutely. A Nissan Leaf for example would cost approximately £2.50 for 100 miles. Less moving parts, means less things to go wrong.

There will always be counter arguments and people 'stuck' in there ways - those who don't like change. I am waiting for an electric car within my budget that does 200 miles, then I will commit. For my personal needs they are not quite there yet in regards to range, and time to charge.
#11
ipswich78
WonkyDoctor
There are none, they're expensive to buy and maintain. It's a fad
Ignorance must be bliss in this thread. It's a fad? So you have noticed that Germany have recently announced that they will starting banning the internal combustion engine in 2030. Tesla - heard of them? They're growth in the car industry is huge, 400,000 pre-orders for the new model 3.

Banning combustion engines, when there is no real replacement, will never happen, we not going to do long distance commutes in 2030?.
#12
jimhuf
ipswich78
WonkyDoctor
There are none, they're expensive to buy and maintain. It's a fad
Ignorance must be bliss in this thread. It's a fad? So you have noticed that Germany have recently announced that they will starting banning the internal combustion engine in 2030. Tesla - heard of them? They're growth in the car industry is huge, 400,000 pre-orders for the new model 3.
Banning combustion engines, when there is no real replacement, will never happen, we not going to do long distance commutes in 2030?.

Maybe learn something about the subject before coming out with ignorance?

In the next 2 years there will be many electric cars with a real world range of 200miles.
Chevy Bolt (out now in the US), new Zoe, new Leaf, various Teslas,i3, etc.
#13
adam_holcombe
jimhuf
adam_holcombe
WonkyDoctor
jimhuf
what are the benefits of an electric car?
None.
No London Congestion charge? Fill it up from home? Very cheap to charge? No exhaust emissions? Free parking at a lot of places?
Lol, is that it? No exhaust emissions? do electric cars only use solar and wind power to charge? a small 1ltr car is more economical than a leci car. If the motive to buy a leci car is to help the planet, dont you're better off buying a 10 year old car than a brand new leci car,
I said no exhaust emissions for a reason. Imagine if even half of all cars in London were electric? The reduction of pollution would be amazing!

great comment, what about all of the pollution that is part of the manufacturing process, the transportation of the raw materials half way round the world and back again, not to mention the very clean electricity generation process. Oh but that's ok London is alright.
#14
jimhuf
ipswich78
WonkyDoctor
There are none, they're expensive to buy and maintain. It's a fad
Ignorance must be bliss in this thread. It's a fad? So you have noticed that Germany have recently announced that they will starting banning the internal combustion engine in 2030. Tesla - heard of them? They're growth in the car industry is huge, 400,000 pre-orders for the new model 3.
Banning combustion engines, when there is no real replacement, will never happen, we not going to do long distance commutes in 2030?.
When there is no real replacement? What do you mean? Electrical cars can already do in excess of 200 miles on a single charge, these can be recharged in 15-20 minutes. This is NOW. The technology has come on leaps and bounds in the past few years.

Other European countries are already trialling electric buses, they can recharge as they stop to pick up passengers... Again this is NOW.

2030 is 14 years away (well nearer 13) and the technology is increasing every few months.
#15
WonkyDoctor
There are none, they're expensive to buy and maintain. It's a fad


expensive to maintain?
there is no combustion engine so no oil change, bambelt change, it's virtually maintenance free !
#16
And if you get your energy from a renewable supplier there are no emissions...
#17
Carvel
And if you get your energy from a renewable supplier there are no emissions...

no emissions only from fuel generation to driving what about all of those emissions to build the thing not to mention the harm done in the battery making process.

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