Electric Van Leasing & Contract Hire Deals
Electric Van Leasing
Are you thinking about hiring an electric van? We have the best electric van lease deals, including the increasingly popular Toyota ProAce electric van lease, Renault Kangoo ZE, Volkswagen ABT e-Transporter, Nissan e-NV200 lease deals and the prestige Mercedes eVito.
We are huge fans of electric vans at Commercial Vehicle Contracts, so we have some of the best and cheapest lease deals of 2021. More customers are switching to electric due to low-running costs, a quieter van, better technology for increased mileage, and favourable tax rates on electric vans. You don’t need to compromise on quality when it comes to an electric van, either. So if you’re considering making the switch, then check out our electric van lease deals below. Still not sure? Please speak to our electric van experts, who will advise on the best EV to suit your business needs.
If you have any questions about switching to a zero-emission future, see our FAQs below!
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Electric Van FAQs
What are the benefits of electric van leasing?
Compared to petrol or diesel, electric vehicles offer a ton of benefits, from lower fuel costs, lower maintenance, lower taxation. And those working in cities or large towns, to avoid emission charges.
For more information, please read our Electric Vehicle First-time Buyer Guide.
What are the most popular electric vans to lease?
There is a massive selection of electric vans out there that can fit any need you might have. Some of the most popular ones include the Nissan ENV200, Volkswagen e-Transporter, Renault Kangoo ZE and Mercedes eVito.
Will I be exempt from the London ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone)?
Yes. Electric Vans are exempt from the Low Emission Zone charges, saving you thousands of pounds if you travel through London daily.
We have written an article about the future of the ULEZ and what it means for workers, and the best ways to save money.
How long does an electric van take to charge?
Charge time depends on the electric vehicle lease you’re driving.
A home charger will typically charge the electric vehicle overnight. In addition, there are fast charging points, typically at workplaces or public areas, which take anything between 4-6 hours for 80% charge.
Also, you’ll find rapid charger points, which take up to 30 minutes for an 80% charge at service stations and motorways. So rest assured, there are locations to charge your new electric van lease quickly.