Our Volvo electric car lease options
If you are looking for a reliable Volvo lease deal, then why not consider their electric range of vehicles? Back in 2019, Volvo was one of the first manufacturers to make a bold commitment by promising to design all their new cars as either hybrid, plug-in hybrids or pure electric. Their aim was to offer only mild hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or battery-electric powertrains by 2021, meaning eventually all Volvo car leasing will be electric based in the near future. The first entry to Volvo’s all-electric line-up is the Volvo XC40 Recharge and will be available to lease from us towards the end of 2020. Although we do not currently have any Volvo electric leasing options available, make sure to come back here soon for numerous Volvo leasing offers, for both personal and business. Look below for more information on upcoming Volvo EV’s.
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Volvo have had a number of plug-in hybrids available for some time, but the XC40 Recharge is the brand’s first venture into an all electric drivetrain. Lots of SUV body type EVs have been released in the last year. The Hyundai Kona, Mercedes EQC and Audi E-tron (to name just a few) joined the Tesla Model X which had been in a lonely electric SUV category of it’s own until 2019! So the XC40 Recharge is in good company.
The XC40 Recharge has an official WLTP rating of 264 miles range. We anticipate this EV will achieve a “real-world” driving range of around 230 miles per charge. If you’re curious about EV range take a look at our helpful guide: “Electric vehicle range: everything you need to know”
Electric SUV’s are a roomier option for those that need extra space for passengers and cargo, a great choice for families. There are more electric SUV options than ever before, at one point this segment was a lonely space where the high-end Tesla Model X was the only option. Now there is a wide range of options available in this segment to suit all budgets and driving needs.Electric SUV lease offers
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