Tesla Model X Lease - 3 found

 
TESLA MODEL X 75kWh Dual Motor 5dr
Tesla Model X75kwh Dual Motor 5dr
Business£795.60per month ex. VAT
Personal£1,099.81per month inc. VAT
 
TESLA MODEL X 100kWh Dual Motor 5dr Auto
Tesla Model X100kwh Dual Motor 5dr Auto
Business£1,001.38per month ex. VAT
Personal£1,353.44per month inc. VAT
 
TESLA MODEL X 100kWh Dual Motor Performance Ludicrous 5dr Auto
Tesla Model X100kwh Dual Motor Performance Ludicrous 5dr Auto
Business£1,371.62per month ex. VAT
Personal£1,973.70per month inc. VAT

More about Tesla Model X leasing:

The Model X is one of the best family cars money can buy, but it doesn't come without a big price tag, especially if you want the fastest version. As there are no trim levels for a Tesla, you get an enormous amount of standard equipment and a long list of optional extras to choose from. Another little quirk is that the model has the largest glass panoramic windshield in production.

Motors

Each Model X is all-wheel drive as standard and have dual electric motors is available with three different performance choices, the standard is the '75D' which has a range of 259 miles, top speed of 130 mph and a 0-60 time of 4.9 seconds. The mid-level '100D' adds an extra 100~ miles of range, increased top speed of 155 mph and slightly faster acceleration time of 4.7 seconds 0-60. The biggest and baddest option is the 'P100D' - with its ludicrous acceleration mode the model can achieve a 0-60 time of 2.9 seconds - that's Nissan GTR territory! That being said, if you actually do a 0-60 you'll quickly see the mileage range disappear.

Availability, Delivery, Maintenance & Warranty

The Tesla Model X isn't as widely available as most production cars due to how expensive they are to manufacture, they're pretty much made to order, so you'll have to wait for your particular build week plus transportation of the vehicle. Each car will come with the standard manufacturer warranty and be delivered to your driveway completely free of charge with our nationwide delivery service.

For more information on Tesla warranty, click here.

Related vehicles

There really aren't many vehicles that can match the same calibre as the Model X, if you're shopping for a luxury SUV in terms of price range, the Porsche Cayenne or a top-spec Range Rover will be closer to the mark, but none can beat the blistering acceleration of the Tesla. Alternatively, you can check out our wide range of special offers to see how much you could save on other models that might peak your interest, all of our deals are available for both personal and business users - take a look today!

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