The cheapest electric cars on a PCP finance deal

Think all electric cars are expensive? If you buy on a PCP finance deal, that doesn't have to be the case; we've found electric cars from as little as £316 per month...

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Darren Moss
07 July 2019

BMW i3 front

BMW i3 120Ah

Target Price (cost per month) £516 Target Price (on the road) £36,166 The deal Three years' PCP finance with 4.9% APR and £1000 finance contribution

If you want a smaller electric car, but still value having a premium badge on your bonnet, then the BMW i3 will likely end up on your shortlist. Its single electric motor can carry you for around 160 miles between charges, while inside you've got BMW's fantastic iDrive infotainment system to play with. The i3 isn't very practical, and it has a bumpy ride, but for futuristic looks very few cars can match it.

Read our full BMW i3 review, or see our latest i3 deals


Nissan Leaf N-Connecta

Nissan Leaf front - 19 plate

Target Price (cost per month) £475 Target Price (on the road) £34,789 The deal Three years' PCP finance with 5.9% APR and £750 finance contribution

We're big fans of the latest Nissan Leaf – until the arrival of the Kia e-Niro, in fact, it was our favourite electric car. It offers punchy performance, a suprisingly big boot and comes with lots of standard safety kit. Go for an N-Connecta model, however, and you'll also get adaptive cruise control, heated front seats and keyless entry. The Leaf managed 128 miles on our Real Range test.

Read our full Nissan Leaf review, or see our latest Leaf deals


Hyundai Ioniq Electric Premium

 Hyundai Ioniq Electric

Target Price (cost per month) £468 Target Price (on the road) £32,265 The deal Three years' PCP finance with 5.4% APR

A recent facelift has increased the Ioniq Electric's WLTP-certified range to 182 miles, as well as improving its interior quality and infotainment. The result is an Ioniq that's better than ever before, with a reasonably large boot and comfortable ride. Although we still think the hybrid version of the Ioniq makes more sense, this all-electric version is especially appealing if you live in the city.

Read our full Hyundai Ioniq review, or see our latest Ioniq deals


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