4 of the Best EV Lease Deals in November, 2022

With rising fuel prices, you can skip the pumps altogether and get a great lease deal on these new EVs.

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While electric vehicles came with big price tags and limited driving range a decade ago, today’s models offer an experience more similar to gas-powered vehicles thanks in part to a gas-comparable cost of ownership and faster recharging times. Smoother and quieter driving dynamics don’t hurt, either. As a result, EVs are now starting to blend in rather than stand out. Here are four of the best EV lease deals for November, 2022.

Editor's note: For consistency, Capital One sought out currently advertised offers using a Southern California ZIP code. Southern California is the country's largest new-car market, and it is not served by independent distributors that may set their prices, lease programs, and financing deals.

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2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV: $219 a month for 36 months, $4,389 down

Possibly the most no-nonsense EV on the market, the Chevrolet Bolt EV is a compact, front-wheel-drive hatchback. Redesigned for 2022, the latest Bolt EV combines a familiar form factor, competitive pricing, and a respectable 259 miles of range. Until the end of November, current lessees of 2017 model year or newer Bolt EV and Bolt EUVs can get a Bolt EV in LT trim for $219 monthly for $4,389 due at signing.

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2022 Kia EV6: $649 a month for 36 months, $3,999 down

Kia's first dedicated EV effort, the EV6 compact hatchback, leans toward semi-premium. It's available in both rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations, and blends swoopy styling with athletic driving dynamics. The entry-level 2022 EV6 Light trim uses a single motor that sends power to the rear wheels and offers up to 232 miles of range for $649 a month, with around $4,000 due at signing.

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2023 Nissan Leaf S: $269 a month for 36 months, $4,944 down

The Nissan Leaf soldiers on in its second generation. The compact EV combines reasonable pricing, hatchback practicality, and active safety features. Factoring in the Leaf’s relatively affordable asking price, there’s not much more you could ask for. The base 2023 Leaf S trim can be leased for $269 monthly with just under $5,000 down and offers up to 149 miles of range.

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2023 Toyota bZ4X: $777 a month for 36 months, $3,427 down

Toyota’s first mainstream EV, the bZ4X, is a compact SUV in the vein of the gas-powered RAV4. With just two available trim levels, XLE and Limited, every bZ4X comes reasonably well-equipped. The bZ4X offers between 222 and 252 miles of range, depending on its trim level and driven wheels. But for $777 monthly with $3,427 due at signing, the front-wheel-drive XLE trim comes with a maximum of 252 miles, a hidden benefit of the “base model” bZ4X.

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Chris O'Neill
I am an auto-industry veteran and a current MBA candidate at the University of Utah. After moving to Utah in October 2015 and being fascinated by the unique car culture of the region, I started an Instagram project highlighting the rare and distinctive vehicles I see in the Mountain West region. I enjoy sharing with others my unique perspective and passion for all things automotive. In my free time, when I’m not thinking and writing about cars, I enjoy photography, toying with my 2011 Volkswagen GTI and 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser, and exploring Utah with my girlfriend and two dogs.