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As one of the world’s leaders in automotive hybrid technology, it would be logical to presume that Toyota were equally the world’s best in battery electric vehicles. Unfortunately for Toyota fans in the UK, the Japanese brand has been somewhat slower in engineering zero emission technology compared to some of the alternative brands to consider – Volkswagen, Peugeot, BMW and Kia to name but a few. As at 2022, the Toyota only have two zero tailpipe emission vehicles – the electric Bz4x SUV and the hydrogen Mirai saloon. Should I, or my business, consider hydrogen cars to lease? Well, with Toyota, you have that very key question to answer!

Why choose to lease a Toyota

Where Toyota have really won over personal and business leasing customers is with their build-quality and reliability; for high-mileage company car drivers, the hybrid and plug-in hybrid options have been some of the most popular to select in the UK. And with Toyota committing to have nearly 30 pure electric vehicles to enjoy by 2030, the ardent supporters of the brand can take comfort that more is coming.

And the Toyota brand have answered critique for their slow uptake in this sector by suggesting that rigorous RnD and engineering will make way for some of the highest quality batteries available in production. The group suggests that they will retain at least 90% of capacity over a 10-year life span thereby removing the “battery degradation” argument used to say why you should never buy or lease an EV.

Is a Toyota lease right for me

With the new Bz4x now available to order on the e-car website (with deliveries starting May/June 2022 onwards), understanding whether or not your next new car should be a Toyota EV involves more than just your monthly price. Going electric with your car means understanding how this car will operate. Our amazing e-car website provides this key information for you – seasonal / situational ranges, charging speeds, charging times and charge point locations are all there for your review.

For business and salary sacrifice customers, the 2% BiK ensures that your company car tax is a minimal expenditure, saving you literally hundreds of pounds compared to a combustion alternative. And with impending Clean Air Zones to bolster London’s congestion and ultra-low emission zones, changing your fleet demographics couldn’t be any more important. For both UK PCH and BCH leasing customers, the Whole of Life cost savings a pure electric Toyota offers is formidable. With cheaper servicing costs and fuel costs, the higher lease rentals are soon placated.

How expensive is a Toyota to lease

If you, or the fleet manager, decides that the Toyota is your route to electrification, you need to ensure you are getting a good value EV. With only the bZ4X to consider, this robust and formidable electric SUV isn’t going to be a cheap leasing offer. Toyota are very much focusing on the company car market and those private customers with a healthy budget, with their first attempt at electric vehicles. With vehicles available from £42,000 to £51,000, expect monthly contract hire offers to be around £400 – £650 depending on the battery, specification and your mileage requirements.

As contract hire is based on the cost price of the vehicle plus your term, annual mileage and initial rental (deposit), the monthly price is centred around what you or the business needs. If you are looking at the Toyota SUV EV you will likely want to compare it against other 4x4 alternatives like the Citroen C4, Skoda Enyaq or Ford Mach-e.

How do I lease a Toyota

If this pure electric manufacturer is the one for you, or the business, simply head across to our Toyota car leasing section on the e-car website. With a FWD and AWD bZ4X available to lease, use our comparison tools to understand which specification and battery output best meets your needs and requirements. With Toyota’s batteries offering 0-62 times of around 7.7 – 8.4 seconds, 99mph top speeds and combined real world ranges of around 230 miles, don’t expert this stylish crossover to be disappointing. And with a home charge point allowing for 12 hour 0 - 100% charge times coupled with 30-minute rapid charge sessions on the 150 kW DC max, ensure that you and the drivers are comfortable living with this battery option.

The good news is that the team at e-car lease have been selling and leasing electric vehicles for longer than most other businesses in the UK. This means that not only do you receive some of the best knowledge and service but the deals you are offered are some of the most competitive. Simply get in touch with our experts by using the website to build your perfect electric Toyota or by phoning the team on 01942 910 001.

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How much is a Toyota to lease?
Toyota were traditionally a manufacturer with vehicles which were cheap to lease coupled with more prestige and luxury options to consider too. With their slower adoption of EV tech, the brand only has one car to consider for those wanting an electric Toyota – the bZ4X. Starting from just above £40,000, don’t expect this dynamic SUV to be leading the race for best value EV. For personal and business lease customers you need to prepare for monthly rentals of around £400 – £650 depending on the battery, specification and mileage requirements.

Is a Toyota a good car to lease?
Toyota have been making some of the leading, and most reliable, hybrid cars for the last 10 years. Their Prius and Rav4 are some of the most desirable high-mileage cars to buy or lease for many company car drivers and fleets. If Toyota can transfer these skills and reputation into their zero-emission vehicles, then these will be some of the most popular vehicles to lease in the UK and will compete against Audi, BMW and Mercedes. The bZ4X, their first product, is aesthetically stunning too. With EVs, much of what makes it a good experience will rely on the battery capabilities – range, charging speeds, and charging time are all key metrics for success in the UK’s electric car lease market.

Is a Toyota lease right for me?
With electric cars this isn’t just about getting the best deal or having the best-looking car on the road. Much of ensuring the EV is right for you, or the business, is achieved through understanding how far the vehicle can travel on a full charge, how quickly it can charge on the UK’s public network or how efficient / reliable the battery is. Using the e-car “living with your …” tools, our personal and company car leasing customers (including salary sacrifice) soon understand just how compatible an electric Toyota is for their lifestyle.

Where do I find Toyota lease deals in the UK?
The e-car lease website isn’t just the number one source for information on EVs, our website also sets out some of the best EV lease deals available in the UK. With many of our top-rated offers featuring on price comparison websites like Auto Lease Compare, CarWow and LeaseLoco (plus the GreenCarGuide), our customers can enjoy amazing cost-savings coupled with the leading experts advice on their electric Toyota

What is the Cheapest Electric Toyota
At the time of writing, Toyota only have two zero-emission products for the UK’s personal and business customers to enjoy – the electric SUV bZ4X and the hydrogen Mirai. With electrification starting at £40,000+ and hydrogen leasing starting at £60,000+, it’s unlikely that those customers on a more stringent budget will find their perfect car. However, with 30 more vehicles due by 2030, expect Corolla and CHR type affordable vehicles to enter the battery electric market.

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