The electrical SUV of the now Chinese brand MG is currently available in leasing for a mere 139 euros per month. But what can the low -cost stromer from the Far East and is really a competition with more expensive SUVs like Tesla Model Y? Site explains the details and shows whether there are hooks. You will find out what you have to pay attention to when concluding a leasing contract.
For the MG ZS EV, private individuals currently pay just 139 euros on the leasing platform Leasingtime (here you can go directly to the offer (advertisement)). You will receive the best price for a rather unusual leasing term of 48 months and an annual mileage of 10.000 kilometers. If the term should be too long for you, you can shorten it to 24 months for a surcharge of seven euros per month. Advantage with this variant: The term is completely covered by the manufacturer’s guarantee.
As with almost every leasing offer for an electric car or hybrid, there is also a down payment for this leasing deal, which corresponds to the state funding. In this case it is the 6 6.000 euros. Ergo: You have to lay out the down payment and get it back over the BAFA.
Facts about the deal
MG ZS EV for 139 euros at leasingtime leases (private) (advertisement)
- Monthly leasing rate: 139 euros gross / 116.81 euros net
- Leasing factor: 0.401
- Duration: 48 months
- Annual kilometers: 10.000 km
- Presentation costs: 0 euros
- Admission costs (optional): 130 euros
- Location of the car: Munich
- Color: Dover White
What distinguishes the MG ZS eV?
The compact E-SUV has a length of 4.31 meters and offers sufficient space. However, the range cannot compete with the competition: using 44.5 kWh battery, ranges up to 263 kilometers should be possible according to WLTP. The ADAC practical test shows that 220 kilometers remain in the average consumption. Thanks to the standard CCS socket, a maximum charging capacity of 68 kW direct current is possible and allows the electric MG to charge ten to 80 percent in 40 minutes. The charging process can take more than seven hours on the 7 kW wall box. The electric car is at 100 km/h in 8.2 seconds in 8.2 seconds. The tip of the speed is 140 km/h. In short: the MG ZS EV is not characterized by a particularly high range or rapid acceleration. Rather, it scores with sufficient space for an SUV, comfortable driving comfort and CCS charging option – and all of this at a very reasonable price. The special thing: With the specific leasing offer you get the MG ZS EV in the luxury equipment. This includes, among other things, a panoramic sliding roof, a dead angle monitoring, electric leather seats and 17-inch alloy wheels.
more on the subject: Read the test for the MG ZS eV here
Our bargain conclusion: class E-SUV deal without hidden costs
Certainly the MG ZS EV can with its basic price of 32.000 euros not with the good 26.Conspire 000 euros more Tesla Model Y. But if you don’t necessarily need a Tesla equipment, but still want a high-quality interior and get along with the range with less than 250 kilometers, the MG ZS eV is a great bargain tip. The leasing deal is very interesting for private individuals, after all, it will be difficult to get an e-SUV for less than 140 euros-above all if there should be no provision costs.
MG ZS EV for 139 euros at leasingtime leases (private) (advertisement)
You have to pay particular attention to these facts when leasing
Duration: Ideally, it is 24 months – because then the factory guarantee covers the entire term. If you still want to lease longer (which can also have advantages, like not having to buy new winter tires every two years), we advise you to extend the guarantee. It costs extra, but then they drive really carelessly during the entire leasing period.
Leasing factor: Here it applies: the lower, the better. The factor is calculated from the term of the leasing, the leasing rate, the purchase price of the car or vehicle list price and the one-off payment. You can find out how you can calculate the leasing factor yourself in this article (display).
Extra cost: Often a painful evil are the so -called transfer costs, which often cost around 800 to 900 euros. However, this does not mean that the car is put at the door of the door, but that only the car gets to the dealer who has put together this leasing offer. Ideally, the dealer is not too far away from you, as you not only have to pick up the car there but also have to bring back at the end of the leasing period. Attention in additional additional offers such as insurance or service: It is often not worth taking them with you, for example because you are already in a very high damage-free class or because it is an electric car with very low service costs.
Inclusive kilometer: Basically, the cheap leasing rates are on a basis of 10.000 kilometers mileage each year. Don’t worry, you don’t have to stick to it every year, it is important that you do not exceed these kilometers at the end of the term. By the way: sometimes there are (but not always!) a goodwill of about 2.500 kilometers. If you drive more than the agreed kilometers, pay on it. If you drive less, get something back per kilometer. So you should rather know how many kilometers you drive a year. Calculate it, compare the leasing rate with a higher inclusive kilometer performance and with the multi-kilometer prices (it shouldn’t be more than 7 cents per km!))).
Down payment: Even in private leasing, it is now common for you not to have anything for your new leasing car (except for the transfer-see above). The exception is the offers for e-cars or plug-in hybrids. However, you only stretch the down payment of 6, for example.000 euros only, because you will receive this money back from the state as part of electric car promotion.
This article was written by Dominik Zarychta
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