The all-electric Vauxhall Corsa-e is available for a competitive £270 a month when you sign-up for a four-year PCP deal.
Furthermore, if you’re one of the first 500 customers to place an order, you’ll receive a free electric home charging kit worth more than £800.
The cost-effective PCP deal is based on a relatively hefty deposit of £5,549.40, but you’ll enjoy four years of zero-emissions motoring and a 205-mile electric range. The one catch: you’re unlikely to take delivery before April 2020.
All that’s required is a £500 reservation fee, although this is fully refundable on purchase.
The electric Corsa-e comes with an 11kW on-board charger, with 62 miles available from a 2.5-hour charge via a standard household socket. Use a 7kW wallbox and a full charge is available in 7.5 hours.
Use a public fast charger, and 80 percent capacity is available in just 30 minutes.
There are two electric Corsa-e models available: the entry-level SE Nav for £26,490 and the Elite Nav for £29,810. These prices are AFTER the £3,500 government plug-in car grant.
SE Nav offers a generous level of equipment, but Elite Nav adds a rear-view camera, 10-inch colour touchscreen, eight-inch colour instrument cluster, lane departure warning, winter pack, keyless entry and start, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
The optional Orange Fizz paintwork (pictured) costs £650.
Corsa-e or e-208?
The all-electric Vauxhall Corsa-e will receive its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, ahead of series production starting in January next year.
Alternatively, you could opt for the platform-sharing Peugeot e-208. The French supermini undercuts the Vauxhall by around £1,500, with prices starting from £25,050 after the plug-in car grant.
First deliveries will take place in early 2020, but you’ll have to wait until 22 August to place your order. The Vauxhall Corsa-e is available to order now, but you’ll need to be quick if you want a free home charging kit.