Top 2020 - Electric cars leasing

10 new and used cars for less than 500 CHF / month
10th April 2020

The best leasable electric cars in 2020

- Renault Zoé
- Hyundai Kona
- VW e-golf
- Audi E-Tron
- BMW i3
- Jaguar I-Pace
- Tesla S
Electric cars

The electric car market in Switzerland in 2020

Even if sales do not yet account for a significant share of the market, their development shows that the electric car is on the upswing. According to a study by Auto Suisse, its market share in Switzerland will reach 5% in 2019. Attitudes are changing and the environmental impact of cars is on everyone's lips.
These changes have a direct impact on the sales strategy of manufacturers, who no longer hesitate to get out of SUVs and sedans. For the first time, Volkswagen has set up a complete assembly line for the production of the VW ID3 at its Zwickau plant in Germany. It is expected that 100,000 vehicles will be produced in 2020 and 330,000 in 2021. In response to the demand from motorists, manufacturers are increasingly focusing their efforts on autonomous cars, although the average driving distance in Switzerland with an electric car is estimated at 40 km.

Here is an overview of the performance of the most popular electric cars in 2020 and their price to lease them.

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Renault Zoé

Electric cars Renault Zoé

The Renault Zoé is one of the pioneer electric cars. The latest version released in autumn 2019 has been completely revised. Its interior layout and equipment, with three types of finishes, make it a city car focused on driving pleasure. Renault's small electric car comes in two power levels (108 and 135 hp) and can be fitted with 41 or 52 kWh batteries. It has a range of 398 km (WLTP).

  • Fast charge (50kW DC): 1h
  • Wallbox (11 kW): 4h30
  • Charging time on 220 V socket (domestic): 29h
  • Price: from CHF 25'900
  • Lease amount: from 485 CHF/month

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Hyundai Kona

Electric cars Hyundai Kona

Hyundai is offering its city car, well known to small car enthusiasts. The car is available in two electric versions. The "Long Range" is sold with a 64 kWh battery pack, offering a range of 482 km on the WLTP cycle. And the basic version, equipped with a 39.2 kWh battery pack, promising a range of 312 km. The engine of both versions limits the speed to 167 km/h. The battery is guaranteed for 200,000 km or 8 years. A very exciting model with a great price to mileage ratio.

  • Fast charge (50kW DC): 1h
  • Wallbox (11 kW): 7h30
  • Price: from CHF 39’990
  • Lease price: from CHF 471/month

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VW e-golf

Electric cars VW Golf

Volkswagen's cult model has gone electric. Quiet and powerful, this mid-size car with undisputed performance continues its momentum. It is powered by an 134 hp engine with a 35.8 kWh battery that promises a range of 300 km. The driver can choose between three driving modes to optimise the performance of his vehicle on the road. The VW e-golf comes with a complete driving assistance kit comprising no less than 16 different technologies to make driving even more pleasant. Its engine allows you to reach 60 km/h in 4.2 seconds and allows a top speed of 140 km/h. The 35.8 kWh battery charges between 45 minutes and 5h and comes with a type 2 cable.

  • Quick charge: 45 minutes for 80% of the time
  • Wallbox (11 kW): 5h20
  • Charging time on 220 V socket (domestic): 17h00
  • Price: from CHF 33'950
  • Lease amount: from 617 CHF/month

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BMW i3

Electric Cars BMW i3

BMW is causing a sensation with its small electric compact car. Designed with many durable, lightweight materials and details that make the interior very functional, it has a range of 285 km with a 42.2 kWh battery, guaranteed for 160,000 km. Its top speed is 150 km/h.

  • Fast recharge (50kW DC): 30min (80%)
  • Wallbox (11 kW): 8h
  • Charging time on 220 V socket (domestic): 15h45
  • Price: from CHF 39'950
  • Lease price: from CHF 270/month

Audi E-Tron

Electric cars Audi E-Tron

Thanks to a series of improvements, the first Audi electric SUV, launched a year ago, gained 25 kilometers of range with the same battery capacity. It increased its range from 411 to 436 km in WLTP cycle with a 95 kWh battery and has all the options for a pleasant and easy driving experience. In terms of road performance, the SUV achieves 100 km in 7" seconds and a top speed limited to 190 km/h.

  • Fast charge (50kW DC): 2h
  • Wallbox (11 kW): 8h30
  • Charging time 220 V socket (domestic): 40h
  • Price: from CHF 82'600
  • Lease amount: from 886 CHF/month

Jaguar I-Ppace

Electric cars Jaguar I-Pace

The Jaguar I-Pace is the British manufacturer's first ever electric car. It was first unveiled at the Los Angeles Motor Show in 2016 and went on sale in 2018. The brand's stated ambition is to make it the first electric sports car to rival Tesla. This model halfway between SUV and sedan promises a range of 480 km on the WLTP cycle. The manufacturer offers it in four trim levels, with a price ranging from CHF 83,500 for the S trim to CHF 109,080 for the First Edition version. It is equipped with an 84 kWh battery for 394 hp and reaches 100 km in 4.8 seconds.

  • Fast charge: 2h (80%)
  • Wallbox (11 kW): 13h
  • Charging time on 220 V socket (domestic): 39h
  • __Price: __From CHF 83’500
  • Lease amount: From CHF 507/month

Tesla S

Electric cars Tesla S

The Tesla Model S remains the benchmark for electric cars since its launch in 2012. Always one step ahead, the luxurious sedan promises a range of 610 km with a 100 kWh battery. It is equipped with new functionalities made possible by its control software. Spacious, the brand's large sedan has a very comfortable interior and a 750-litre boot. Equipped with an aluminum body, it allows itself a top speed of 200 km and climbs to 100 km/h in 2,6 seconds.

  • Charging time on a Tesla supercharger: 40 minutes for 80%
  • Charging time on 220 V socket (domestic): 40h
  • Price: CHF 90’380
  • Lease amount: CHF 566/month (used car)

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