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Hot car deal: the brilliant Hyundai Kona Electric, just £284pm

Our hot car deal for May 31st is the futuristic Hyundai Kona Electric family SUV

Hyundai Kona Electric driving

Hyundai has long been a brand that offers great value for money, and in a time when SUVs and electric cars are at the top of many car buyers’ shopping lists, this deal on the Hyundai Kona Electric is more enticing than ever. It’s not only one of our favourite EVs on sale, it’s one of our favourite cars full-stop.

What’s so good about this Hyundai Kona Electric deal? 

This deal from LeaseLoco is very affordable with an initial payment of just £2,557.98 followed by monthly payments of just £284.22 over two years. That short leasing term means it’s the perfect opportunity to try out an electric car without getting tied in for too long if you’ve been looking to make the switch. This deal will suit buyers that cover shorter distances annually, with a mileage cap of 5,000 miles – this can be increased and tailored to your preference with a slight increase in monthly payments. 

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Even better is the fact that this deal is offered on the mid-range N Line model, so you’re getting even better value for money. That means you’ll get a slightly sportier look inside and out, larger 18-inch wheels, sports seats and pedals and useful features like wireless smartphone charging and a powered tailgate.

What’s so good about the Hyundai Kona Electric?

Hyundai Kona Electric rear quarter cruising

The latest Hyundai Kona Electric has been heavily influenced by customer feedback on the previous model. Hyundai addressed owners’ gripes about a lack of practicality by making the Kona a little bigger with more passenger and boot space. Material and build quality are brilliant and the Kona Electric feels more upmarket as a result. The example in this deal sports the larger of the two batteries on offer at 65kWh, which equates to a range of up to 282 miles, making it very usable.

About this lease deal…

About the car…

  • Monthly payments: 36 x £284.22
  • Customer deposit: £2,557.98
  • Fees: £193
  • Mileage limit: 5,000 miles
  • List price: £40,395

Anything else I need to know about this deal?

This is a lease deal, often referred to as Personal Contract Hire (PCH), so there’s no option to buy the car at the end of the contract. You are effectively renting the car for the three-year term, but the deal is very flexible so you can adjust the term length, mileage limit and initial payment size to suit, but only at the outset. Once the deal is over, you just hand the keys back and start looking for your next car.

Our hot deals are carefully selected by our car buying experts and they are all subject to change. Always read the full terms and conditions and make sure the car and the deal suits your needs before proceeding.

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Charlie writes and edits news, review and advice articles for Carbuyer, as well as publishing content to its social media platforms. He has also been a regular contributor to its sister titles Auto Express, DrivingElectric and evo. As well as being consumed by everything automotive, Charlie is a speaker of five languages and once lived in Chile, Siberia and the Czech Republic, returning to the UK to write about his life-long passion: cars.

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