The family hatchback car segment might not be rocketing in growth as fast as SUV models, however there are still lots of electric hatchback lease options to get excited about. Volkswagen‘s new ID.3 for example is the first car from the ID range, VW’s first electric only line, with no petrol or diesel variants available. There are more models built from the ground up as EVs too such as the Nissan LEAF or the BMW i3, which both have cult followings. There’s certainly no lack of variety in our hatchback lease offers below:
Even though electric vehicles (EVs) are more popular than ever, there are still several misconceptions that surround them. As the future is firmly electric, it’s about time we put some of these concerns to bed once and for all. From range issues to the cost of electric cars, read on as we debunk six of the most common electric car myths out there.Read more
Could electric cars or vans work for your business? Going electric will save your business and your employees money. With fuel savings, 0% BIK (Benefit in Kind company car tax) there’s never been a better time to make the switch (and save)
Leasing, instead of purchasing outright, offers a more affordable option to drive the car you really want. At the end of the lease period you can simply hand the car back to us, with no further obligation, or ‘upgrade’ to a newer model and continue to enjoy the benefits of electric motoring
At DriveElectric we are proud to be a member of the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association. The association regulates the industry through a regular series of quality assurance inspections and a mandatory code of conduct.
This code of conduct establishes standards of good practice for the passenger and commercial vehicle rental and leasing industry. It is intended to ensure that customers who obtain rental or leasing facilities from BVRLA Members have an absolute right to expect and receive the highest levels of service, honesty and integrity. For more information please see our Treating Customers Fairly Policy.