Corporate Leasing FAQ

Leasing is a commercial funding option where the lessee pays the lessor a monthly instalment to finance a Tesla and its running costs. A standard corporate operating lease may include registration, scheduled servicing and maintenance, tyres as specified and roadside assistance.

Learn how leasing could work for your business here.

What types of lease are available?

Operating Lease

The most convenient way to lease a Tesla for your business, without the hassle of ownership.

An operating lease is a comprehensive solution that may include roadside assistance, nominated tyres, scheduled servicing, maintenance and infringement, toll & accident management. If the vehicle is subject to fair wear and tear and meets the pre-agreed kilometre limit by the end of your lease, you can simply hand it back and lease a new one.

Finance Lease

A fixed-term lease, with the option to own at the end of the term, for a pre-agreed future value.

A finance lease is designed for businesses to lease vehicles for a fixed term, with the option to own at the end of the term for a pre-agreed future value. Management of the vehicle is for the lessee but for a small monthly fee the vehicle can be managed too.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the advantages of a Tesla business lease?
A Tesla business lease is a tax effective way of paying for a vehicle and its associated running costs. The vehicle is handed back at the end of the lease and a new one can be leased in its place.

Are leasing terms flexible?
At the start of your lease, you can choose a lease term from 3 to 5 years. You also have the option for an early buyout amongst other flexible options, all subject to the terms and conditions of the lessor.

What is the upfront payment required?
No deposit is required to lease a Tesla. If you choose to make an upfront payment on a Finance Lease, a lease structure can be arranged to reduce your monthly instalments.