Why Lease The Skoda Enyaq?
The Enyaq iV is Skoda’s stylish yet practical answer to every other electric SUV. Built to compete with the VW ID.4, it’s a really usable family SUV with ultra-low running costs and bags of ecological appeal. With loads of standard kit and plenty of interior space, our Skoda Enyaq lease deals are the most affordable way to drive this truly desirable electric option.
If you want a brilliant family SUV that is economical to run, then look no further. The Enyaq iV has all the build quality and space you expect from a medium-sized SUV. But it also has the high-tech powertrain that makes electric cars a viable alternative to their petrol or diesel equivalents. With one of these on the drive, your fuel bills will plummet, and you won’t sacrifice anything else to make that financial saving happen. Find our latest Skoda Enyaq offers below, or take a look at all of our Skoda lease deals.
What’s The Cabin Like?
The Enyaq iV SUV comes with an enormous central touchscreen, as well as a digital instrument cluster and a minimalist, almost button-free dash. All this technology is beautifully presented, crystal clear and intuitive to use, but it’s housed in a fabulously well-built cabin. Skoda has learned from Volkswagen, and the Enyaq’s dash feels solid and sturdy.
How Does It Drive?
It drives like a conventional automatic, except without the sound of an engine. Refinement is good, and Skoda has managed to block out most of the noise that would normally be masked by the powertrain. Instead, you get a sort of low whisper from the electric motor, but that’s all. It’s very quiet.
The ride is very comfortable, with suspension that works well over speed bumps. As an all-electric car, this Skoda SUV is quite heavy, but acceleration is instant and the Enyaq iV will tear away from the lights. Officially, it does 0-62mph in slightly more than 8 seconds, no matter whether you choose the 180hp motor or the 204hp version. The faster coupe version will achieve 0-62mph in 6.5 seconds.
Practicality & Storage
The Enyaq’s boot is enormous. At 585 litres and 1,710 with the seats down it’s bigger than the storage in the BMW X3. That means you won’t have any trouble storing your luggage there - Shopping, sports equipment, holiday suitcases – will be stored with ease.
If you do need more space, you can fold the rear seats down. Space in the cabin is generally good, with a decent driving position and bags of room to stretch out. In the back, there’s ample legroom to seat 6 ft adults on a journey of any length. The smaller Enyaq coupe has 570 litres boot space which increases to 1,710 with the seats folded down.
Running Costs & Economy
The SUV offers either 180hp 60 which has a 62kWh battery and a range of up to 256 miles whilst the 80 comes with 204hp, a 82kWh battery and up to 326 mile range. The Enyaq coupe has a 77kWh battery with a range up to 345 miles depending on which trim level you choose.
The biggest winners will be company-car drivers, who find their tax bills slashed when they switch to an electric car. In the 2022/23 financial year, an Enyaq iV incurs benefit-in-kind tax at a rate of just 2%.
The Skoda Enyaq is cheaper to run than filling a car with petrol and diesel. For example, with a battery capacity of 62 kWh and an electricity rate of 34p per kWh, it would cost you £20.00 to charge your Skoda electric car lease at home for a 246-mile range. In comparison, you would pay £68.88 to fill up a Ford Fiesta with a tank size of 42 litres at an average of £1.64 per litre of fuel.
To calculate this, multiply the battery capacity by the price of electricity per kWh. Learn more with our guide on how much it costs to charge an electric car.
Which Enyaq iV Models Can I Lease?
The Enyaq iV was originally only available as a 5-door SUV with a sloping rear window. In 2023, Skoda added an elegant Enyaq coup model to the range. It features a sleeker design and a panoramic glass roof whilst still offering 570 litres boot space.
SUV Enyaq Trim Levels: 60, 80, 80 Sportline Plus, 80x Sportline Plus
Coupe Enyaq Trim Levels: 80, 80 Sportline Plus, 80x Sportline Plus, vRs
Even the standard Enyaq iV comes with 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and roof rails, as well as a 13-inch touchscreen navigation system, digital instrument cluster and rear parking sensors. The basic 60 model also comes with automatic lights and wipers, the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone connectivity systems, and dual-zone climate control.
Why Choose Leasing?
A Skoda electric car lease is an affordable way to drive a top-of-the-range car with fixed monthly payments. In your lease agreement, you can tailor your contract to suit you – including annual mileage at a length of anywhere between two to five years. This is attractive for many drivers because at the end of your lease, you can hand it back in and get a new model. As there is a lot of research being pumped into electric vehicles, there’ll be something even more advanced to lease in years to come.
Running an electric car is much cheaper than a traditional car, which is easier on your wallet. Plus, you can drive with peace of mind knowing that your travel is easier on the environment with zero emissions. Plus, you don’t have to worry about any depreciation costs or paying a balloon payment, making a Mercedes electric car lease deal a good choice.
Enyaq Lease FAQS
Is the Skoda Enyaq iV a reliable leasing option? Skoda’s reliability record is excellent. With the might of the Volkswagen Group behind it, the company has come on in leaps and bounds. The Enyaq iV’s electric powertrain is also less complex than a conventional petrol or diesel engine, so there’s less to go wrong. And should the worst happen, there’s a warranty included as standard.
Is the Enyaq iV a safe leasing option? In 2021 the Enyaq iV achieved a 5 star Euro NCAP rating with an extremely impressive 94% adult and 89% child occupant protection score, making this a very safe family lease choice.
Why is the Skoda Enyaq iV so popular? A chunky, modern design and solid build quality give the Enyaq instant appeal. But it’s the space, the low running costs and the long electric range that make it so perfect for so many customers. The Enyaq is Skoda's only all-electric car, making it stand out against Skoda's other SUVs like the Kamiq, Karoq and Kodiaq.