Renault Megane E-Tech for 230 euros in private customer leasing

The Renault Megane is also available as an electric car! Then he drives up as an SUV – and is called “Megane E-Tech”. Apart from the name, the Frenchman doesn’t have much in common with his combustion engine relatives. The more compact dimensions make the Megane E-Tech – despite the SUV format – more of a direct competitor of the VW ID.3 than the ID.4 opponent.
The base model of the Electro-Megane is the “Equilibre E-Tech EV 40”. This version comes with 96 kW (130 hp), has a range of 300 kilometers and costs at least 37,100 euros. The top model, the “Evolution E-Tech EV 60”, comes with 160 kW (220 hp), a range of up to 454 kilometers and costs 43,500 euros.

So the Megane E-Tech is definitely an inexpensive e-SUV. Thanks to a current offer, private customers can also benefit from attractive leasing conditions!

Lease a French electric SUV for 230 euros gross

At (cooperation partner of AUTO BILD), the electric Renault Megane E-Tech costs 230 euros gross per month in leasing. As with most electric car leasing deals, there is a one-time special payment of 6,000 euros.
The special payment will be refunded after correct and timely application for the environmental bonus to the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA). But be careful, because the full refund is only available for vehicles that will be delivered and registered in 2022. However, there shouldn’t be any problems here, because the manufacturer’s non-binding information assumes a delivery date of October 2022. (maintenance costs to calculate? To the car insurance comparison!)

The cheapest leasing rate (229.99 euros gross) applies to a contract period of 60 months and 5,000 free kilometers per year. But if you don’t just want to drive to the bakery and back, you should better use a higher free mileage amount: With a 48-month contract period, free mileage amounts of 10,000 km (260.33 euros gross), 15,000 km (283.71 euros gross) and 20,000 km (311.26 euros gross) per year.

A contract period of 36 months is also available, the key data here: 10,000 km (279.09 euros gross), 15,000 km (304.89 euros gross) and 20,000 km (337.41 euros gross).

Customers can also opt for a term of 24 months. Here, too, 10,000 km (311.92 euros gross), 15,000 km (342.44 euros gross) and 20,000 km (378.04 euros gross) are possible per year. But now the catch: In order to be able to take advantage of this offer, customers must be ADAC members. But the dealer promises that if you don’t have a membership, you can contact him without any problems.

GHG premium also for e-car leasing

The electric Renault Megane also qualifies for the GHG premium, which also applies to leased vehicles. In order to easily get back a three-digit amount a year, the owner only has to register this with the Federal Environment Agency. (maintenance costs to calculate? To the car insurance comparison!)

Two years of Renault Megane E-Tech drive for 8485 euros

In addition to the monthly leasing rate, there are one-off transfer costs of EUR 999 gross. This results in total leasing costs of 8485.08 euros gross (24 times 311.92 euros plus 999 euros) in the most favorable case – excluding environmental premium.

The vehicle tax is already included in this deal. For a one-time fee of 399 euros gross, the Megane can also be delivered to your front door.

For this, customers receive an already configured Renault Megane E-Tech. This comes with the “Winter Comfort Package” (heated leather steering wheel, heated front seats, height-adjustable driver’s seat) and the “Comfort Package” (dual-zone automatic climate control, two USB-C ports front and rear, light and rain sensor).

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