Factory EV lease offers have been updated below for January 2022. If you’d like to see this info a bit earlier in the month (BEVs only), please check out the Electric Vehicle Lease Guide on electrek, which also has dealer lease offers I found that beat the factory lease offers.
EV discounts have been updated for January 2022 on electrek. This is a great resource if you don’t want to lease or can't find a dealer lease offer in your area for the EVs you are looking for. More dealers publish discounts on their web site than lease offers. These discounts should net you a lease offer that is better than the factory lease offer.
*PLEASE NOTE: Some offers may include taxes and license fees. Most offers do not. Taxes and license fees can add $1500 to $3000 over the life of a lease term. Keep this in mind when comparing a lease offer that includes everything to a lease offer that doesn't, and make sure you set your expectations accordingly before negotiating with a dealer.
When comparing $$$/mi on a low-mileage lease (i.e. 10K miles/year) versus a higher-mileage lease (i.e. 12K miles/year), the higher-mileage lease will almost always look better. Keep in mind that turning a 10K miles/year lease into a 12K miles/year lease will typically only cost an additional $0.07/mi to $0.15/mi more for that additional 2K miles/year, and most dealers are more than happy to increase the mileage allowance on the lease for a cost that is much less than the quoted over-mileage penalty (typically $0.20/mi to $0.25/mi) at the end of a lease.