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How does a Tesla lease deal work

A Tesla car lease deal lets you drive a brand-new car for fixed monthly payments. Here’s how it works:

  • Choose a car

    Select the type of Tesla you’d like to lease. When finding your new Tesla with Moneyshake you can use the filters, such as ‘body type’ so you can find choose a Tesla that suits your needs.

  • Pay an upfront fee

    Secondly, you decide how much you would like to pay upfront. The initial upfront payment is typically equivalent to a number of months rental (for example nine months rental). This is a non-refundable amount that goes against your monthly lease payments.

  • Choose contract length and mileage

    You need to decide how long you want the lease agreement to be, monthly payments tend to be cheaper for longer contracts. You will also need to choose how much mileage you want. A higher mileage will increase your monthly payments.

What are the benefits of leasing a Tesla?

Leasing a Tesla comes with an array of advantages, such as:

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    Get to drive a top of the range of car

    Tesla are known for their high quality electric cars. If you lease a Tesla, you get to drive one of the most in-demand cars with a payment plan that suits you.

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    Fixed monthly payments

    When you lease a Tesla you’ll have to make regular payments, this can make driving a brand new car more affordable. Another plus is that provided you stick to the contractual agreements, you’ll also know how much you’ll end up spending on the car.

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    Added perks

    Car leasing comes with incentives such as free delivery to your address and full manufacturer warranty. Another big benefit of getting your new set of wheels this way is that the car leasing company will sort out the road tax for you.

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    No hassle of ownership

    One of the downsides of owning a car is when your vehicle will depreciate (go down in value). If you’re leasing the car, the finance company will take care of the ownership costs once the contract is up.

What Tesla models are available to Lease?

  • MODEL 3

    From only £442.27


    From only £490.42


    Prices available soon!


    Prices available soon!

*Prices accurate as of August 2023

Why compare Tesla leasing deals with MoneySuperMarket

We’ve joined up with our partner Moneyshake to bring you Tesla car leasing deals from across the UK market.

  • It’s easy

    We’ll show you the latest in-stock Tesla deals with the all the information you need to make the right decision.

  • Tailored results

    You can find the Tesla that’s right for you by refining your search depending on a range of preferences such as your monthly budget or mileage.

  • Delivered to your door

    Once you’ve found your deal, your new Tesla will be delivered free of charge, with road tax and full manufacturer warranty included.

What happens at the end of my Tesla leasing deal?

At the end of your Tesla lease deal you can simply return your leased vehicle. Provided you have stuck to your agreed annual mileage there is nothing more to pay.   

Afterwards, you can take out a new deal on a different model or look elsewhere.

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Compare Tesla car leasing deals with MoneySuperMarket

It’s easy to compare car leasing deals with MoneySuperMarket. We’ve teamed up with Moneyshake to bring you the best Tesla finance deals on the market from 23 leasing companies.

  • Choose a lease

    Tell us what you want to lease the Tesla for, and you can refine your search depending on your monthly budget, preferred contract term and anticipated mileage

  • Compare quotes

    We’ll help you compare a range of different Telsa leasing deals and quotes, so you can find the right car for you

  • Apply and receive your car

    Click through to apply for your new Tesla. Your car will be delivered, including free road tax, warranty and home delivery

The cheapest Tesla you can lease is the Tesla Model Y, which starts from around £414 per month.*  

*Price based on a nine-month initial rental, 24-month contract and 5,000 annual mileage. Price accurate as of August 2023.

In order to be eligible for a Tesla lease, you’ll need to be at least 18 years old, have a full UK driving license and a good to excellent credit rating.  

It’s also important to make sure that you can budget to afford the monthly payments for the vehicle you’re interested in. 

When taking out your Tesla lease deal you will select your annual mileage.  

If you have gone above this agreed mileage when handing your car back, you will likely be charged an excess mileage fee.

Yes – you should notify your provider straight away. You will then need to take it to an approved garage for repairs. If there isn’t information already in your contract about what garages are approved, then your provider should give you this information when you call.   

Once you’ve made the provider aware of the extent of the damage and have a list of approved garages, it’s then your responsibility to arrange a day to take it in to be repaired and pay the quoted price.

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