Fun fact about estate cars: in the 1940s a type of automobile emerged coining the name ‘estate’, largely because that’s where the car would be heading, a glamorous country estate where affluent vehicle owners could relax and enjoy their leisure time. Similar concept today – estate cars have an extended rear ends beyond those of hatchbacks or saloons and are useful for leisure activities. You can sling a lot of luggage in the back of an estate, take the kids to or from university, transport bikes, flat-pack furniture and even inflatable kayaks! Estates are useful and versatile family lease car options. An estate car lease also works well for people with active lifestyles who need a 4 wheeled companion for their adventures.
Need a bit more space? The Tesla Model X and Mercedes EQC are also great choices if you are looking for a large SUV lease deal. The Tesla Model X has the space to seat up to 7 passengers. However, this isn’t the only SUV Tesla has to offer, the manufacturer has recently introduced the Tesla Model Y to the line up, this will be available to lease in the near future. If it’s the EQC you’re interested in you can read our Mercedes EQC review on our blog. Another exciting new larger all electric SUV is the Volkswagen ID.4, which will be an affordable large electric SUV lease option and is expected to arrive later this year.View all SUV offers
The Fully Charged Show report that when seeing this electric Mustang in real life the sculptural feel of the car is evident. The Ford Mustang Mach-E has been appropriately sized for European roads but has the same performance styling you would expect from a Mustang. This EV is Ford’s first built from the ground up all electric vehicle and the smart technology within has been carefully considered and is designed to learn your driving style, additionally over the air updates will be available so your vehicle can be enhanced as you go. UK availability: later in 2021, orders are being taken from the start of 2021 (the first edition had already sold out at the time of filming this video). Despite the Mach-E’s generos battery size options of 75 and 99 kWh Ford have done their homework and also considered how their customers will charge on the go, forging relationships with other manufacturers and high speed charging provider Ionity to ensure reliable chargepoint access for their drivers. Watch the video to find out more.
New to electric vehicles? No worries. We’re not! We started our electric journey in 2008 when we funded the UK’s first Tesla Roadster, and we’ve never looked back. We’ve out together some guides on cars, charging, congestion charging and some helpful pieces for fleets too in our guides hub. So if you would like to know more about EVs it’s a good starting place to dip your toe… or dive right in!Guides hub