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New Tesla Model 3 Standard Plus Auto @ Hippo Leasing - £5,497.66 Deposit / 23 x £263.99 pm / Mileage Limits - Total Cost £11,569
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New Tesla Model 3 Standard Plus Auto @ Hippo Leasing - £5,497.66 Deposit / 23 x £263.99 pm / Mileage Limits - Total Cost £11,569

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Posted 31st AugEdited by:"mha_860"
  • Lease From Just £263.99 inc VAT per month
    Fuel Type: ELECTRIC
    Transmission: AUTOMATIC
    0 - 62: 5.6 SECONDS

    Rep Example: Deposit £5,497.66 inc VAT. Followed by 23 Payments of £263.99 in VAT. Duration of Agreement is 24 Months. Excess mileage charged at 18.72 pence per mile, based on 5,000 miles per year. Terms and conditions apply.Offer available until 31st August.
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It's only £599per month with Evezy and that includes 1000 miles, insurance and free unlimited charging on the polar network. It only 1 month contract too if you wish.

So £14,376 for 24,000 miles with insurance and free charging.
Mark_Hickman31/08/2019 20:40

13 miles per day, thats quite a lot really if you work nearby, my works …13 miles per day, thats quite a lot really if you work nearby, my works only 2 miles away and including weekend shopping etc i do 3k miles per year but i wouldnt be paying this cost for that sort of miles lol



You would be better of getting a e-bike with a big bloody basket for them miles
A2DY_31/08/2019 19:00

Great car but ~£12k for a 2 year lease doesn’t seem great to me, ef …Great car but ~£12k for a 2 year lease doesn’t seem great to me, effectively nearly £500 per month. Unless I’m missing something



And at 5000 miles per year it will be parked up most of the time.
genieuk200831/08/2019 19:02

Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles …Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles per month, what will the electricity cost be?


In this car, I get about 3.5-4 miles per kWh. On a typical tariff that’s 3.5p per mile. There’s a few tariffs like Octopus go with 14p per day but that dip down to 5p overnight. I use the scheduling function to charge then which gives me a rate of 1.2p per mile. That’s vs 13-15p per mile in my diesel.
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Great car but ~£12k for a 2 year lease doesn’t seem great to me, effectively nearly £500 per month. Unless I’m missing something
Excess mileage charged at 18.72 pence per mile, based on 5,000 miles per year. 


Stone cold 5k mileage is pathetic
A2DY_31/08/2019 19:00

Great car but ~£12k for a 2 year lease doesn’t seem great to me, ef …Great car but ~£12k for a 2 year lease doesn’t seem great to me, effectively nearly £500 per month. Unless I’m missing something



And at 5000 miles per year it will be parked up most of the time.
£11k for 10k miles in 2 years? I'd rather buy it outright and own it for several more years.
Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles per month, what will the electricity cost be?
genieuk200831/08/2019 19:02

Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles …Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles per month, what will the electricity cost be?


Only a 5k mileage allowance anyway.
genieuk200831/08/2019 19:02

Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles …Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles per month, what will the electricity cost be?


Simplish maths.

Find your kWh price, about 15p.
Find the capacity of the car battery.
Find the estimated range to figure out kw per mile.

Add maybe 20-30% for bs mileage estimates
Terrible deal. You'd be better off buying one and then selling it.
I'm not against leasing and my current car is leased but this seems a little off in pricing.

Maybe a personal point and haven't run the number but feel a true electric like this the cost saving will only truly be felt by buying and owning for a few years.
Can imagine availability being pretty poor. Still waiting for our Q1 order to be delivered. Looking at another 4-8 weeks.
Edited by: "seezyf" 31st Aug
burntoast31/08/2019 19:08

I'm not against leasing and my current car is leased but this seems a …I'm not against leasing and my current car is leased but this seems a little off in pricing. Maybe a personal point and haven't run the number but feel a true electric like this the cost saving will only truly be felt by buying and owning for a few years.



Then you will need new batteries...so factor them into the price
Could this be a cheaper electric car?

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genieuk200831/08/2019 19:02

Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles …Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles per month, what will the electricity cost be?


In this car, I get about 3.5-4 miles per kWh. On a typical tariff that’s 3.5p per mile. There’s a few tariffs like Octopus go with 14p per day but that dip down to 5p overnight. I use the scheduling function to charge then which gives me a rate of 1.2p per mile. That’s vs 13-15p per mile in my diesel.
It's only £599per month with Evezy and that includes 1000 miles, insurance and free unlimited charging on the polar network. It only 1 month contract too if you wish.

So £14,376 for 24,000 miles with insurance and free charging.
genieuk200831/08/2019 19:02

Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles …Not had any electric car before, fuel wise, if I drive say 600-700 miles per month, what will the electricity cost be?


Around £10 for a rapid charge on standard range plus. Or free if you top up at supermarkets etc.
I'm a tesla enthusiast, this is not a good deal for me. The wait for a decent deal continues
Unless the car going to live in town/city then 5k pa is unrealistic. If was 10k or 12k I’d be up for this as I’ve been looking at the Model 3 for a minute now
RIP. Terrible deal.
5k Miles would only do my weekly shop to Tesco and back cheaper just getting a taxi an back lol
youchoose31/08/2019 19:01

And at 5000 miles per year it will be parked up most of the time.


13 miles per day, thats quite a lot really if you work nearby, my works only 2 miles away and including weekend shopping etc i do 3k miles per year but i wouldnt be paying this cost for that sort of miles lol
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 31st Aug
Mark_Hickman31/08/2019 20:40

13 miles per day, thats quite a lot really if you work nearby, my works …13 miles per day, thats quite a lot really if you work nearby, my works only 2 miles away and including weekend shopping etc i do 3k miles per year but i wouldnt be paying this cost for that sort of miles lol



You would be better of getting a e-bike with a big bloody basket for them miles
0-60 in 3.2 secs... 162mph top speed ......... dream figures for petrol heads ... normal for motorcycle riders
youchoose31/08/2019 20:45

You would be better of getting a e-bike with a big bloody basket for them …You would be better of getting a e-bike with a big bloody basket for them miles


Yes it does annoy me paying insurance and tax to do 4 miles per day, i used to cycle to work but it was to much on winter mornings
Mark_Hickman31/08/2019 20:53

Yes it does annoy me paying insurance and tax to do 4 miles per … Yes it does annoy me paying insurance and tax to do 4 miles per day, i used to cycle to work but it was to much on winter mornings


If your work's is only 2 miles away, that's easily walkable!
GlesgaNed31/08/2019 21:16

If your work's is only 2 miles away, that's easily walkable!


Walking the same as riding, dont fancy it for 30 minutes when its -5 outside in morning then walking back again after 10 or 11 hour shift
Mark_Hickman31/08/2019 21:37

Walking the same as riding, dont fancy it for 30 minutes when its -5 …Walking the same as riding, dont fancy it for 30 minutes when its -5 outside in morning then walking back again after 10 or 11 hour shift


Been there, done that. Man up and save some dough!

Just to add, I would easily pick a 4 mile round trip walking in cold weather over a 30+ mile trip stuck in traffic like I'm doing just now lol
Edited by: "GlesgaNed" 31st Aug
GAVINLEWISHUKD31/08/2019 19:15

It's only £599per month with Evezy and that includes 1000 miles, insurance …It's only £599per month with Evezy and that includes 1000 miles, insurance and free unlimited charging on the polar network. It only 1 month contract too if you wish. So £14,376 for 24,000 miles with insurance and free charging.


This was really tempting so thanks for raising awareness. Sadly, I'm too young to opt for this.
You have to appreciate Tesla's sense of humour too... 'no i want my mummy' mode.... refreshing
Same price for 8k miles over 24 months with ZenAutos (9+23)
Edited by: "mrew42" 2nd Sep
Why is leasing.com banned?

Tried to post a Jaguar ipace HSE deal that comes to 21% of p11d value for 8k miles. £656.27 / month which is pretty damn good imo for a £75k car.
For reference if this was 21% of the p11d the lease cost would be £8469 or £352 a month
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