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Affordable Tesla Model Y Hatchback Electric leasing, All our Tesla Model Y Hatchback leasing offers include free mainland delivery and exceptional customer support.

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Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto

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Affordable Tesla Model Y Hatchback Electric leasing, All our Tesla Model Y Hatchback leasing offers include free mainland delivery and exceptional customer support.

  • Electric
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto

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Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto
Tesla Model Y - Performance AWD 5dr Auto

Vehicle Information

Manufacturer OTR

£59,000.00
Inc VAT

0-62 MPH

3.50 Seconds

Fuel Type

Electric

Transmission

Automatic

CO2 Emission

0 G/KM

Engine Power

426 BHP

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Independent Review - By Car and Driving

The Model Y should bring Tesla into the mainstream. Jonathan Crouch drives it.

Ten Second Review

Tesla's Model Y aims to redefine what a compact-to-mid-sized SUV can deliver. It brings the engineering of its Model 3 saloon showroom stablemate to this quickly growing segment and lays down a benchmark to the established brands as to exactly what a full-electric BEV Crossover of this kind ought to be.

Background

This is where Tesla gets serious (again). The Model Y is the brand's very first compact-to-mid-sized SUV. And the company predicts that it'll out-sell all its other three models combined. Tesla's Model 3 mid-sized saloon was the first car that brought the brand into more affordable market segments and if you're familiar with that car, you'll be familiar with a Model Y because 75% of components are shared between the two models. Model Ys for Europe are built at Tesla's new Berlin factory. The vehicle is also built in California and Shanghai and eventually, around half a million examples of it will be produced for worldwide sale each year. So, this car needs to be good, pivotal as it'll be for Tesla. Market demand for SUVs is, after all, far higher than it is for saloons - or cars in the Model S or Model X large luxury category. But that demand is already being satisfied by an army of compact-to-mid-sized SUVs with full-battery power from other brands. Cars like the Volkswagen ID.4, the Audi Q4 e-tron, the Skoda Enyaq iV, the CUPRA Born, the Volvo XC40 Pure Electric and the Ford Mustang Mach-E - to name just a few. Let battle commence.

Driving Experience

All the running gear is shared with Tesla's Model 3, but for the time being, Model Y customers get three variant choices, the two priciest ones with a Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive powertrain format. Most will opt for the 'Long Range' derivative, which offers 331 miles of range, a 4.8s 0-60mph time and a 135mph top speed. At the top of the line-up is the dynamic 'Performance' model, basically the fastest compact-to-mid-sized SUV there is, with around 450hp on tap and 640Nm of pulling power. This top derivative also has a range of 319 miles, but sprints to 60mph in just 3.5s. Standard on this top version is what Tesla calls a 'Performance Upgrade', which gives you lowered suspension, Performance Brakes and increases the top speed from 135 to 155mph. If ultimate range an All-Wheel Drive aren't particularly significant for you, then Tesla also offers an entry-level Rear-Wheel Drive version with a driving range of up to 283 miles. Whatever Model Y variant you choose, the car's low centre of gravity promises much in terms of handling. Tesla's Elon Musk says it 'has the functionality of an SUV but rides like a sports car'. A low centre of gravity and a drag coefficient of 0.23Cd will also help. Despite the inclusion of 4WD, there's no off piste capability of course - this car sits only 168mm from the deck (which is lower than some ordinary family hatches); so you sure aren't going off-roading in it.

Design and Build

Though the Model Y shares a platform with its Model 3 showroom stablemate, it's around 10% longer - 4,750mm in length. And of course, being an SUV, it's a hatch, not a saloon. Getting in and out via the pillarless doors is easier because of the taller body. And Tesla has designed the car to be able to incorporate an optional 3rd seating row too, though the occupants had better not be above school age. The 3rd row option's currently not available in the UK. As usual with Teslas, you open the car with your smartphone - there's no physical key - but if it's run out of battery, you get a credit card-sized key as well, just in case. Inside, differences over the Model 3 saloon are few, the dash and interior of that car carried over almost completely. There's a bigger panoramic glass roof - that's the only real difference. So, as usual on a Tesla, the fascia is dominated by a huge central infotainment touchscreen of upright portrait format. Build quality and material richness might not be quite what you're looking for if you're seeking a premium branded model in this sector but it's quite comparable with a volume maker rival. As usual with a Tesla, there are almost no physical buttons in the cabin - almost everything's controlled via the touchscreen, which is sharp to look at and as easy to use as ever. The back seat is comfortable for a couple of adults. And there's a decently-sized boot, 854-litres in size if you load up to the roof; extendable to 2,158-litres in size if you fold the rear seats. You also get a bit of extra space under the bonnet.

Market and Model

Prices start at around £45,000 for the Rear-Wheel Drive variant. You'll be paying just under £53,000 for the Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive 'Long Range' version. For the top 'Performance' model, you'll need a £60,000 budget. Standard equipment includes all the usual executive niceties. And there's a forward facing radar that scans the road 160-metres ahead as you drive, providing a long-range view of distant objects. A 360-degree camera system makes parking easier too. And there are plenty of luxury features, things like a 14-speaker premium audio system, 12-way power adjustable leather front seats and a tinted panoramic glass roof with ultra violet/infra-red protection. There's a choice of 19 or 20-inch wheels. and a black or white-themed interior. Safety should be a strong point. Tesla says the Model Y is designed to be the safest vehicle in its class. The low centre of gravity, rigid body structure and large crumple zones provide strong protection. Like all new Teslas, this one comes as standard with emergency braking, collision warning, blind-spot monitoring and more. For an extra £3,400, you can add an 'Enhanced Autopilot' pack, which allows the car to navigate on Autopilot and includes Auto Lane Change and Auto Park features, the latter incorporating a 'Summon' system that allows you to stand outside your Model Y and park it with your smartphone. For £6,800 more, you can also add Full Self-Driving capability, including all the 'Enhanced Autopilot' pack features and enabling automatic driving on city streets and highways pending regulatory approval, as well as Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control: brilliant.

Cost of Ownership

Owning a Model Y will of course be very different from owning a conventionally powered compact-to-mid-sized SUV. There'll be no fuel bills of course and servicing costs will be much smaller. The annual service fee covers an annual inspection, replacement parts like brake pads and windscreen wipers, 24 hour roadside assistance, system monitoring, remote diagnostics, software updates and new features sent through the touchscreen. As for driving range, well we'll repeat the figures quoted earlier - 283 miles for the Rear-Wheel Drive version, 331 miles for the 'Long Range' variant and 319 miles for the top 'Performance' model. The car responds best to nightly recharges, but will happily sit for a couple of weeks at an airport while you holiday without losing significant charge, though over longer stationary periods, the cells will slowly lose their charge. The Model Y is compatible with the US brand's third generation public Superchargers, which are capable of 250kW charging. Hooked up to one of these, your Model Y will be able to recover 75 miles of range in five minutes, or up to 168 miles in fifteen minutes, with a peak charging rate equivalent to 1000 miles for every hour. Tesla currently has more than 20,000 Superchargers globally across 36 countries.

Summary

There's no doubt that the Model Y is the most important Tesla yet. And it's a car you'll get used to seeing on our roads. European rivals are catching this American brand quickly in terms of electrified powertrain technology and they still often shade Tesla in terms of cabin quality. But they still can't (yet) match Tesla's public charging infrastructure. There's nothing from any other maker like Tesla's network of 'Supercharging' stations. And that'll sway many customers towards this car. These people will also like the fact that the Model Y is arguably the most avant garde compact-to-medium-sized SUV in its segment. And potentially (in top 'Performance' form) the very fastest too. If these sound like winning attributes in a car of this kind, you'll know where to start your search.

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Deal Summary

Lease Type

Personal Contract Hire

Contract Length

48 months

Initial Rental

£8,256.53 inc VAT (+12 months)

Annual Mileage

5000 P/A

Admin Fee

£180.00 inc VAT

Maintenance

No

Options

Your Deal

Personal Lease inc VAT

Initial Rental inc VAT

£688.04

£8,256.53

Your Deal

£688.04 inc VAT

Initial Rental: £8,256.53 inc VAT

Advantages

Advantages
Variable Initial rentals (Zero possible)
Road Tax included for full duration
Breakdown Cover
Full Manufacturer warranty
Peace of mind motoring
No payment fluctuations
Delivered to your front door (free)
Taxable Benefits for Businesses
Possible VAT reclaims
No Depreciation to worry about
No Baloon payment

Considerations

Considerations
Do not own vehicle
Cannot modify vehicle
Possible end of contract costs
Possible Excess mileage Charge
Credit Check performed
Possible Early Termination fee
No Equity