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Leasing a Hyundai Ioniq 5 in the UK

Hyundai, much like their sister-company Kia, are far from novices when it comes to electric vehicles. Their small-SUV, the Kona, has been an ever-present part of the UK’s EV market, with their original Ioniq offering a cost-effective company car solution.

Quite similarly to Kia, the Hyundai brand needed to offer a more luxurious and capable vehicle which would firmly place it on the list of e-car lease customers looking for the best electric car. Can an Ioniq 5 really compete with a Mercedes EQA, Audi Q4 and BMW i4? Absolutely. The award-winning Ioniq 5 has achieved so much in 2021 and sets to be a crucial option to select in 2022.

What makes this such a key hatchback to lease? One of the positive elements of this car is the choice to customers, with a 58 kWh and 73 kWh battery available in the 2WD and AWD formats. Later in 2022 – 2023, an even bigger 78 kWh battery option is being introduced, as Hyundai begin to create a hatchback with one of the longest-ranges and highest efficiencies. With electric cars, where we have to shift our focus is with conversations surrounding battery technology.

While brand names and aesthetics still hold considerable weight, our e-car lease personal and business lease customers are concentrating on other key metrics which relate to charging technology, charging rates and battery / vehicle performance. That being said, the Ioniq 5 is still considered to be a very attractive car with some luxurious options and packs available – choose been the SE Connect, Premium and Ultimate (and an Ultimate Tech for front memory seats, relaxation seats, BVM, PCA and smart parking). Also consider the V2L pack which allows you to power any electrical device up to 3.6 kW.

Can an Ioniq 5 offer a high-mileage company car user a capable option? Just review the 2WD 73 kWh battery, which can offer some 200 miles of cold weather-driving on a full-charge coupled with 265 miles of summer driving. With 0-62 times of around 7.5 seconds and 115 mph top speeds, it’s not true to say that electric cars are boring. Quite the opposite; EVs are far more fun to drive than combustion engines!

But aren’t electric cars slow to charge? One of the major obstacles to the electrification transition is charging infrastructure (both the car and in the public network). While the Ioniq 5 offers a considerable 11 kW AC maximum for 7 and a half hour charging times (0-100%), the 221 kW DC rapid charging maximum offers a truly impressive 17 minute 10-80% time. With plans to improve these batteries, how could a personal, business or salary sacrifice customer be disappointed?

But is an Ioniq 5 available on a personal lease deal? Priced between £35,000 - £45,000 for the key models, this big electric hatchback is available to all of our customers, personal and business alike. While this is not a budget or cheap leasing offer, the value for money the Ioniq 5 offers does make it an attractive proposition for most customers whether they need a low-mileage or high-mileage lease deal. Because of the fantastic tax-savings an EV offers our business and salary sacrifice customers, there seems to be a suggestion that our personal customers cannot enjoy these zero-emission vehicles. This is not the case!

Why are EVs so key to salary sacrifice customers? What has been a low-key and almost grey fleet aspect of our automotive industry, is now finding itself as one of the fastest growing routes for customers to enjoy a new EV. Because the company is taking responsibility for the vehicle, company car tax is still deducted from your monthly salary in addition to a salary reduction which is paying the effective rental for the car. Unlike a business contract hire arrangement, the company is NOT paying your vehicle.

With a salary sacrifice arrangement on an Ioniq 5, you (as the employee) are using your salary before tax to contribute to the lease payments. This sum will often be for the car, the servicing / maintenance and tyres plus electric car insurance in some cases. For both the employer and employee this allows for considerable national insurance savings and for the employee, it offers the most tax-efficient way to buy / lease a new car. If your company offers a salary sacrifice scheme for EVs make sure you take advantage of this on an electric car. For combustion options, because of company car tax, this is less of a practical route.

And getting your instant personal or business quote on the Ioniq 5 is so easy with the experts at e-car lease. Simply review our range and manipulate the initial rental, annual mileage, term and options to get a price per month on a contract hire arrangement. Need more bespoke advice or just new to electric car leasing? Simply call our amazing team.

 

 

 

 

 

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How much is a Hyundai Ioniq 5 Electric to lease?
Where Hyundai offer true value to our UK customers is with their Kona and Ioniq. These are currently some of the cheapest EVs to lease. However, the Ioniq 5 is a more prestige and luxury vehicle, so this should be compared against some of the leading manufacturers in the world like Audi, BMW and Mercedes. Expect to pay between £350 - £500 on a lease deal, depending on the specification and contract required. With an Ioniq 5, you are guaranteed a value for money vehicle.

Is a Hyundai Ioniq 5 Electric a good car to lease?
What constitutes the perfect electric car depends on what you need as a driver or what the company is looking for. Are aesthetics and cutting-edge designs crucial to you? Do you need a 300-mile+ range? Is charging rate / speed the most crucial to you? This is where our bespoke Lythium “Living with …” tool is so impressive, as it clearly demonstrates what really matters on an EV, so you can ascertain if this is the best car to lease

Is a Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric lease right for me or the business?
Just because the political, social and economic pressures are making many UK customers transition to an electric car, does not mean you, or the business, should make the same decision as everyone else. As part of our TCF policies, our e-car lease team will help you, your fleet manager or the drivers understand how the EV lifestyle works. From charge points at home / workplace, to Zap Map integrations for public charging to insurance and whole of life costs, the e-car lease team are here to ensure the Ioniq 5 is the perfect decision for you.

Where do I find the best Hyundai Ioniq 5 lease deals in the UK?
Many of the e-car lease Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric car leasing offers can be viewed on our pricing partners platforms like AutoLeaseCompare, CarWow, LeaseFetcher and LeaseLoco. But our truly unique e-car lease website is the only resource in the UK where all your EV queries can be wholly clarified. And while a test-drive at your local Hyundai dealership is a wise move, our leading discount and competitive finance solutions ensure you or the company benefit from some of the best leasing arrangements.

What is the Cheapest Hyundai Ioniq 5 Electric leasing option
At the time of writing, the 125kW SE Connect 58 kWh 5dr Auto will offer the best-value lease deal. With a £35,000+ price tag, this is not to say this is a budget EV! However, for customers looking to spend around the £300 per month mark on new Ioniq 5, stick to the smaller 58 kWh 2WD eco vehicle

What is the range of an electric Hyundai Ioniq 5?
The range of an electric vehicle has often been lamented as one of the main reasons for customers not making the transition to this battery technology. With a range, many public domains, media outlets and manufacturer websites will offer just one fixed value (on the basis of a 100% charge). The Lythium “Living with …” tool does far more than this, as the range of an Ioniq 5 will be influenced by your charging behaviours, driving style and the external weather conditions. Stop/start journeys in urban conditions are perfect for EVs. However, motorway and highway driving are less eco for the car. And with colder climates reducing battery efficiency, ensure you or the company make an informed assessment. In terms of the options, expect the following ranges below:
• 2WD 58 kWh – between 130 - 270 miles;
• 2WD 73 kWh – between 165 – 345 miles; and
• 4WD 73 kWh – 165 – 335 miles

Can you tow with a Hyundai Ioniq 5?
Yes - you can purchase a detachable tow bar from the manufacturer.

What is the towing capacity of the Hyundai Ioniq 5?
The 2WD Long Range has a towing capacity of 750kg (unbraked) and 1600kg (braked). The Ioniq 5 this has formidable towing capacity for this segment. Just note that the 2WD Standard Range has a reduced towing capacity of 750kg (braked)

What is the MPG of the Hyundai Ioniq 5?
This vehicle’s fuel equivalent will depend on the model chosen. For example the 2WD Long Range has a vehicle fuel equivalent of 136mpg whereas the 2WD Standard Range has a vehicle fuel equivalent of 139mpg.

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