In the summer of 2021, the Hyundai Kona was sold at joke prices in the lease. This time is over, but it is now available again at low leasing rates. Commercial customers currently pay only 79 euros net per month. A hook has the offer however: With the inclusive kilometers lean fare is announced.
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The Kona costs 78.99 euros net or 94 euros gross for commercial customers with a term of 24 months and an annual mileage of 5 kilometers.000 km (click here to go directly to the offer at Leasingtime). If you do not get by with the kilometers, the leasing deal costs with a 10.000-kilometer package 101 euros net monthly.
As with almost every leasing offer for an e-car or hybrid, this leasing deal comes with a down payment of 6.000 euros which corresponds to the state subsidy. Ergo: You have to pay the down payment and get it back via BAFA.
Facts about the commercial deal
- Monthly leasing rate: 78.99 euros net / 94 euros gross
- Leasing factor incl. Commitment costs: 0.361
- Term: 24 months
- Annual kilometers: 5.000 km
- Commitment costs: 1.188,81 Euro
- waiting period: 5 months
- Location: 01219 Dresden
- Color: Dive in Jeju
- Freely configurable
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What makes the Hyundai Kona stand out?
The Kona belongs to the class of compact SUVs and is one of the top 5 most popular e-cars, if you look at the current KBA registration figures. The electric variant is offered with either a 39 or 64 kWh battery, giving it a range of 290 kilometers (39 kWh) to 425 kilometers (64 kWh). This is a good value for SUVs in the EFAHRER comparison test.
The engine power of the two variants differs very significantly with 136 hp and 204 hp. In our test, we noticed not only the high everyday range, but also the good basic equipment and the high driving comfort. The leasing deals include the smaller variant so with 39 kWh large battery and 136 hp engine strength and come with a respectable equipment.
Our bargain conclusion: Class E-SUV offer for KM ascetics
The commercial offer is more than fair, but not a low price. The Kona is not only well equipped, but also has one of the best ranges in its class. One disadvantage is the low mileage quota.
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These are the facts you need to pay special attention to when leasing
Lease term: Ideally, it is 24 months – because then the factory warranty covers the entire term. If you still want to lease for longer (which can also have advantages, such as not having to buy new winter tires every two years), we advise you to extend the warranty period. It costs extra, however, with it you drive then during the entire leasing time really carefree.
Leasing factor: Here it’s a case of the lower the better. The factor is calculated from the term of the lease, the leasing rate, the purchase price of the car or vehicle list price and the one-time payment. How you can calculate the leasing factor yourself, you will learn in this article.
additional costs: Often a nuisance are the so-called transfer costs, which are often around 800 to 900 euros to be paid. This does not mean that the car will be delivered to your door, but only that the car will be delivered to the dealer who has set up this leasing offer. Ideally, the dealer is not too far away from you, since you not only have to pick up the car there but also return it at the end of the leasing period. Attention with further auxiliary offers such as insurance or service: Often it is not worthwhile to take along these, for example because you are already in a very high damage liberty class or because it concerns an E-car with very small service costs.
Inclusive kilometers: In principle, the favorable leasing rates are based on a 10.000 kilometers of mileage per year. Don’t worry, you don’t have to adhere to this per year, the only important thing is that at the end of the term you do not exceed these kilometers cumulatively. By the way: Sometimes (but not always) there are!) a goodwill of about 2.500 kilometers. If you drive more than the agreed kilometers, you pay more. If you drive less, you will get something back per kilometer. You should therefore know exactly how many kilometers you drive per year. Do the math, compare the leasing rate with a higher inclusive mileage and with the additional mileage rates (it should not be more than 7 cents per km)!).
Down payment: Even in private leasing, it is now common that you do not have to pay anything down for your new leased car (except for the transfer – see above). The exception here are the offers for e-cars or plug-in hybrids. However, here you only stretch the deposit of, for example, 6.000 euros only before, because you get this money back from the state in the context of the electric car subsidy.