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Tesla MODEL Y Lease Deals

Spacious electric hatchback impresses - Very quick - and very efficient

The contract hire Tesla Model Y is an impressive and spacious electric hatchback. Since the torque is available instantly, it's also a very quick car to drive and cheap to run.

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Leasing a Tesla Model Y

ENGINES AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE TESLA MODEL Y

There's a lot of fun to be had behind the wheel of the Tesla Model Y car lease offering.

Opt for the Model Y Long Range version and drivers get 345 bhp of power to help the car sprint to 62 mph in less than five seconds. Its top speed is 135 mph. However, the most impressive performance is found behind the wheel of the Model Y

Performance which delivers 455 bhp to deliver a sprint time of 3.5 seconds - and then it is onto a 150-mph top speed.

The battery range for the Long Range model is 314 miles, while the Performance offers just under 300 miles. The battery charge time using a 7.4kW wall box is 12 hours, but a rapid 250kW charger will deliver 80% of the battery's capacity in 19 minutes.

The car's power comes from two electric motors and Tesla makes the Model Y with all-wheel drive to help deliver the power that is available.

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Tesla Model Y from First Vehicle Leasing

EQUIPMENT AND HANDLING FOR THE TESLA MODEL Y

There's no doubt that the contract hire Tesla Model Y offers a great combination to make this an electric car that deserves to be a huge winner with car leasing drivers.

It's more spacious than the Model 3, and it's a stylish and comfortable car to drive. The interior has a minimalist appearance, but it's packed with technology including a high-resolution 15-inch display that sits in the middle of the dashboard. There are vegan-friendly materials and narrow slots replace the air vents.

The interior is modelled on the Model 3 with raised seats, so it is an easier car to get in and out of. There's also a large panoramic roof to create an airy and spacious feel. There are no dials or switches, everything from the wipers to the climate control and media system is controlled using the screen and the offering is easy-to-use. There are controls on the steering wheel and everything feels comfortable and intuitive.

Standard equipment includes heated and power-adjustable front seats, smartphone docks, power-folding door mirrors, a glass roof and a medical grade air filter. Since this is a hatchback, it's easier to load and unload while the ride itself delivers a smooth and comfortable experience.

The rear bench also folds down electrically, and the storage space found under the bonnet, the 'frunk', is also a useful addition. In total, there's 2,100 litres of space, that's more than every rival, which makes this an easy car to live with.

The Tesla Model Y is also a safe car though it hasn't been crash tested by Euro NCAP.

It's useful too that drivers get to enjoy Tesla's semi-autonomous driving aid that uses lots of cameras and sensors to help protect the car from hitting other road users and will also, on a well-marked road, take over some driving tasks.

There's a lot to like about the Tesla Model Y car lease, which is competing in a stiff contract hire sector, but for those who want a stylish and very comfortable car to drive then it's a winning combination.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TESLA MODEL Y

Why not have a look at the Model Y on the official Tesla company website? Or why not look at some of these similar car lease deals from First Vehicle Leasing: the Mercedes EQA or the Hyundai Ioniq 5.

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  • The Tesla Model Y is a great electric car with a lot to enjoy. It's very quick from a standing start, has lots of equipment and is very comfortable over long distances.

  • The Tesla Model Y has two electric motors delivering excellent acceleration and low running costs. Drivers can recharge the Model Y at home or access Tesla's 'Supercharging network' to recharge their car in just 19 minutes.

  • With the amount of money that new cars can lose, leasing the Tesla Model Y makes sense. If you are not fussed about owning the vehicle at the end, it can be the cheapest way to get into a brand-new car.

  • The Tesla Model Y has not been tested by Euro NCAP yet, but the car's semi-autonomous driving feature means there are lots of cameras and sensors to protect the car and the occupants from a collision while moving.

  • You can lease a Tesla Model Y for 24 months to 48 months through First Vehicle Leasing.