Go Ultra Low members boast 15 ULEVs across a range of segments (Image: OLEV)

Our “Fuel Included” tariff gives you your car and fuel in a single monthly payment, putting you in control

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Selected Best Deals ‘Fuel Inclusive’

Renault ZOE (long range 44kWh battery)

Renault ZOE Z.E. 40 Example Colours (Image: Renault)
Official NEDC range: 250 miles. Real world range: 120-190 miles.

Personal Purchase (PCP): From £263 per month with fuel included
Personal Lease (PCH): From £311 per month
Business Lease (BCH): From £260 per month
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BMW i3 (new 33kWh battery)

BMW i3
Official NEDC range: 195 miles. Real world range: 110-140 miles. Option of petrol engine Range Extender (80 miles per fill up).

Personal Purchase (PCP): From £365 per month
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Business Lease (BCH): From £258+VAT per month
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Nissan Leaf (24kWh or 30kWh battery)


Official NEDC range: 124 miles for 24kWh and 155 miles for 30kWh. Real world range: 70-90 miles for 24kWh and 90-120 miles for 30kWh.

Personal Purchase (PCP): From £277 per month with fuel included
Personal Lease (PCH): From £202 per month
Business Lease (BCH): From £169+VAT per month

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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (petrol+12kWh battery)


Official NEDC range: 500 miles petrol, 33 miles battery. Real world range: 300+ miles petrol, 20-30 miles battery.

Personal Purchase (PCP): Contact Us
Personal Lease (PCH): From £375 per month
Business Lease (BCH): From £313+VAT per month

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What is the “Fuel Included” tariff?

Control your costs with a fixed monthly fee for the car and its fuel. At the end of your contract you can upgrade to the latest new cars, just like a mobile phone contract.

  • A fixed monthly tariff on a brand new plug-in hybrid or all-electric car
  • 10,000 miles of free fuel (electricity) included in your contract
  • Free car tax for fully electric cars,
  • Free congestion charge, free parking and other benefits
  • The setup and support, both before and after you buy, to ensure your peace of mind
  • Drive the latest high-tech car and cut your carbon footprint

Every car is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, and there’s no MOT required within the first three years.

Any questions just contact us or give us a call on 01908 90 40 20.

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What our customers say

Nathan (Leicester):

“The switch to an electric car was made incredibly easy by the ‘Fuel Included’ monthly payment for both the car and the fuel, as this allowed the savings to become incredibly clear. In terms of the car itself, having the ‘pre-heating’ function is a real advantage (especially on the cold December and January mornings). I wholeheartedly believe that electric cars are the future and that Fuel Included are the best people to help make that transition.”

Jonathan (Swindon):

“Throughout the process of enquiring and then purchasing the Zoe, I received constant communication and brilliant advice on every aspect of my new car. Within two months of making my decision I received my Zoe, and I LOVE it!

Matthew (Huntingdon):

“Fuel Included gave me expert and easy to understand advice. They helped me to evaluate the options for both cars and the type of charging points available, and to run through the various possibilities for financing the purchase without being too assertive or condescending.  Through using Fuel Included I have chosen the right Electric Car for my needs. The PCP lease meant I could try it for a short period without risk, however, I am six months in and love my Electric Car!”

Ian (Newcastle):

“I was looking for my first electric vehicle as a company car. I decided I needed to use a lease company that had knowledge of these cars. Having done some research I contacted ‘Fuel Included’ and have been very impressed with the service that I received. If you are in the market for an EV or a PHEV then I recommend that you contact them.”

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