THE West Country leasing broker Carparison, along with sister commercial vehicles site, Vanparison, has partnered with Egg, a home charger provider.
Carparison says the partnership will create cost-effective electric vehicle lease deals thanks to Egg’s innovative pay-monthly home charger that allows electric vehicle drivers to wave goodbye to large installation fees.
For £27.50 per month (with 0% APR over three years) or £882 upfront, Egg will install its 7.2kW Indra Smart Pro, to make the most of cheaper home charging.
The monthly price includes the Egg Plus repair-or-replace promise, which is offered to those buying their charger upfront for £3 per month over a minimum three-year term. The Egg Plus maintenance plan provides warranty repair outside the standard warranty.
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