TESLA LEASING SPECIALS

TESLA LEASING SPECIALS

Tesla Model 3 Saloon Standard Plus 4dr Auto

The Model 3 is in a class of one at the moment, but that shouldn’t detract from Tesla’s achievement with its first ‘more affordable’ model. Yes, it’s still pricey, but it’s a car that drives brilliantly, looks great, seems to be built just as well as other cars at the price and is full of the most advanced tech. That all adds up to make it just about the coolest car you can buy right now

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Tesla Model 3 Saloon Performance AWD 4dr Auto

The range-topping Model 3 Performance and the Long Range, which is currently unavailable to buy. The latter certainly isn’t slow, with a 0-60mph time of only 4.5sec and near-instantaneous acceleration from the moment you put your foot down. Those stepping from a BMW 3 Series or Audi A4 will be more than happy with how the Model 3 picks up speed.

However, even those used to a BMW M3 or Mercedes-AMG C63 will be in awe of the Model 3 Performance. The sprint from 0-60mph takes just 3.2sec – a Porsche 911 can’t even manage that – and, such is the ferocity with which all four wheels claw at the road to slingshot you forwards, if anything, it feels even faster.

Compared with other electric cars, even the pricier Jaguar I-Pace, the Model 3 also handles really quite well. True, it’s still a heavy car because of all those batteries it carries around, so doesn’t tuck its nose into tight bends or change direction as keenly as, say, a BMW 3 Series, but the Model 3 still handles well. There’s a bit of body lean, but grip levels are high and it never feels wayward despite having plenty of power.

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Tesla Model S Hatchback Long Range AWD 5dr Auto

The all-electric Tesla Model S is an executive car for industry pioneers that want to make a statement

The Tesla Model S is one of the most talked-about models in the electric car market, and for early EV adopters who want to get noticed a combination of searing acceleration and a hi-tech cabin will hold plenty of appeal.

If you can live with the Tesla’s (relatively minor) range limitations, it’s one of the most rewarding all-electric experiences around – especially if you pay company car tax. And perhaps surprisingly, while it’s loaded with digital technology and has a futuristic feel, the Model S is roomy and practical too.

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Tesla Model S Hatchback Standard Range AWD 5dr Auto

Tesla Model S Standard Range
Of all the electric cars on sale, the Tesla Model S range is the one that has made EV ownership desirable. Yes, cars like the Nissan Leaf and Renault Zoe have made it accessible, but the Tesla Model S is a car that people have wanted to own ever since it was launched in 2014.

In terms of size, the Model S falls into the executive sector, but while the five-door hatchback body is fairly conventional, it has lots more space than many rivals, thanks to the compact packaging of the electric drive system. There's also extra luggage space under the bonnet where an engine would normally reside.

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Tesla Model S Hatchback Performance AWD 5dr Auto

Compared with other electric cars, even the pricier Jaguar I-Pace, the Model 3 also handles really quite well. True, it’s still a heavy car because of all those batteries it carries around, so doesn’t tuck its nose into tight bends or change direction as keenly as, say, a BMW 3 Series, but the Model 3 still handles well. There’s a bit of body lean, but grip levels are high and it never feels wayward despite having plenty of power.

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Tesla Model S Hatchback Performance Ludicrous AWD 5dr Auto

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Tesla Model S Hatchback Performance Ludicrous AWD 5dr Auto

The Tesla Model S is a groundbreaking electric car that's both desirable and capable. If it fits into your lifestyle, it’s a superb choice.

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Tesla Model X Hatchback Standard Range AWD 5dr Auto

It would seem Elon Musk is a very busy man. In between firing rockets into space and digging big holes in the ground, he’s also trying to revolutionise the luxury car market. While he started with a big saloon, there’s now the option of the Tesla Model X SUV.

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Tesla Model X Hatchback Long Range AWD 5dr Auto

Although Tesla is following the crowd in producing a sporty and luxurious SUV, it has distinctive looks and there’s plenty of innovation underneath, too. This includes Autopilot, electrically operated ‘falcon wing’ rear doors and a range that can top 300 miles, if the official figures are to be believed.

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Tesla Model X Hatchback Performance Ludicrous AWD 5dr Auto

If you really want to put the ‘sport’ into SUV, at the top of the range is the P100D, complete with a Ludicrous mode. While it can be a near-silent friend of the environment, it can also go from 0-60mph in a gobsmacking 2.9sec.

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