Yes once I quickly priced that up and saw it’s £350 on a personal lease it looks expensive though it’s just the cost of a £32-£34K car. Any new car would cost that but they are priced rather high for what they are. Essentially I pay that sort of value for a bigger, nicer car with insurance and everything included due to salary sacrifice. We also had a charger fitted at home for free which uses very cheap, off peak electricity. That for me is how it really makes sense. I think the company car route will also help sales and drive the prices lower as more adopt. maybe the second hand market in a few years might be the route and buy outright,Sadly we cannot charge at home. The Merc is much cheaper to insure but more costly to run (though it would be around 45-50mpg). Looking at local charging costs the most local ones are in car parks where you also have to pay. There would be savings but not as much as I had hoped. I think it’s just a bit early for us. As we’d like a nice car that’s suitable as a GT. The electric ones we can afford are just not really that kind of car. Hopefully in a few years they will be
if I was looking right now for a main family car I would probably buy a 2-4 year old high spec petrol as diesel is the devil
My other cars are petrol.