August 4th, 2014 § Comments Off on Working to build an Electric Car leasing comparison website. Looking for partners – Dealership or Leasing firm? DM, get in touch! § permalink
It should be some great stuff.
Over the last two years, I have done across many dozens if not hundred+ queries about cheapest lease plans and all sort of options and deals.
I keep looking those up and keeping tabs on my preferred & proven dealership and leasing firms with such deals.
However it’s time to scale up and dedicate this a whole new purpose website, – if you are a dealership or leasing firm and wish to partner up, do get in touch!
DM @evmeerkat or info[at]evmeerkat.com
Web domain to be confirmed on 14th August and hopefully website to follow in few weeks time in time for Autumn launch!
April 22nd, 2014 § Comments Off on Used electric car prices falling… Thinking buy new? then *lease* not buy http://t.co/VWuQoxI5ba cheapest lease prices via evmeerkat.com § permalink
See “cheapest electric Car lease deals” on the left menu.
I look those through very regularly to bring you the most cost effective/cheapest lease deals!
After all, I signed up to those myself as well – I lease 2 electric cars now. Because the math simply makes sense for Londoner me and my family
See more and register interest via the links on the left, too or complete the home page Contact Us form
May 18th, 2013 § Comments Off on #Nissan #Leaf 2013 Hatchback Tekna 5dr Auto #Leasing Deal § permalink
Good news. To date, I find this to be the most “cheapest deal”. Correct at 20th May 2013.
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January 27th, 2013 § Comments Off on Nissan Leaf #electricCar #ev only 20k or £199/month. See link to dealer site on evmeerkat.com § permalink
As per casual on-going cheapest ev ownership options…
If you drive a lot to/in/around the city like London, or have (you can for for free home charging installation in London) electric charging at work and or at home, get a LEAF for odd £199/month.
Comparison savings – driving some 12,000/miles a year on some 35mpg averaging vehicle will set one back to some 170/month in fuel costs alone ( 35mpg on 135p/L averaging 1000 a month)
Like I said, have a look here for the offer.
November 17th, 2012 § Comments Off on #carInsurance is cheapest for #EV:no show off + driving style affects driving range. Result: safer young drivers § permalink
October 23rd, 2012 § Comments Off on Hybrid I want in the UK: Ford C-MAX Energi Scores California Carpool Lane Approval § permalink
Californians looking to avoid near $5-per-gallon gas will soon be able to buy the C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid, potentially save $5,250 off the purchase price and enjoy high-occupancy vehicle lane (HOV) access.
The C-MAX Energi was just approved for the Green Clean Air Vehicle Sticker as part of the Clean Vehicle Rebate Program (CVRP).
California C-MAX Energi customers can now apply to receive a $1,500 state tax rebate when purchasing or leasing the vehicle for 36 months or longer. In addition to the state rebate, Ford C-MAX Energi will qualify for the existing $3,750 federal tax credit – making America’s most affordable plug-in hybrid even more affordable for Californians at $28,495 after the federal tax credit and state tax rebate.
The approval also paves the way for the C-MAX Energi to be approved in other states with carpool lane plug-in vehicle incentives, such as Maryland, New York and Virginia.
“We’re pleased with California customers’ early interest in the C-MAX hybrids, our first dedicated hybrid-only nameplate in North America, in the No. 1 hybrid market in the U.S.,” said Michael O’Brien, Ford electrified vehicle marketing manager. “The C-MAX Energi is the most affordable, most fuel-efficient plug-in hybrid with the longest overall range for any utility or compact vehicle on the market today – this extra carpool lane incentive and rebate will help Californians go further with Ford in every sense of the phrase.”
The C-MAX Energi achieves up to 21 miles in all-electric range – more than triple Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid’s six-mile all-electric range. This means that at least one leg of the average work commute – reportedly 20 miles each way – could be completed each day on electric battery charge only, allowing customers to save gas as they face traffic congestion in their commute. A study by the United States Department of the Treasury estimates congestion consumed an extra 1.9 billion gallons of fuel in 2011, approximately 5 percent of all gasoline used.
CVRP is funded by the California Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Resources Board (CARB) and administered statewide by the California Center for Sustainable Energy.
According to CARB, Green Clean Air Vehicle Stickers are available to the first 40,000 applicants who purchase or lease cars meeting California’s Enhanced Advanced Technology Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (AT PZEV) requirement.
Access to HOV lanes, plus the C-MAX Energi’s combination of fuel-efficient highway driving and electric-powered city driving is more important than ever with the growing trend of commuters spending more time on the roads.
A recent study from New York University’s Rudin School of Transportation shows today’s commuters are on the road longer than ever before, and the number of people who commute more than 90 miles to work has doubled over the past 10 years. The all-new Ford C-MAX Energi is America’s most fuel-efficient plug-in hybrid with an EPA-certified 108 miles-per-gallon equivalent (MPGe) city rating, 92 MPGe highway rating and 100 MPGe combined rating.