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Lease an Electric Vehicle Now, Buy One In 2017

Have you been looking to buy an electric vehicle (EV)? Chances are you may have seen the large number of advertisements and articles (like this one) about the emerging market of EVs. They conserve energy, do not burn fossil fuels and now have battery ranges that would suit most people for daily commutes. But they do have limitations, and we will point a few of them out.

If you are looking to purchase an EV to replace your current ICE (Internal Combustion Engine), then your first consideration must be your commute length. If you are like the average American whose daily round trip is less than 30 miles, than an EV is perfect for that range. For instance, the Nissan Leaf has a range of nearly 85 miles on a charged battery.

Another consideration is the availability of charging stations in your local area. If you live near a metropolitan area, there is a likelihood of numerous charging stations at your disposal. If you do not live close to a city, then home charging may be your best option. With over 8200 charging stations and almost 20,000 charge outlets, you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding and charging your new EV.

But why should you lease now and buy in a few years? The EV technology is still in its infancy and new battery chemistry is being tested that may extend the range of the batteries dramatically. This tech should be available for the 2017 models. So get a lease quote from and save money before and after you buy your next vehicle.

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