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Already closed for 2024, when will social leasing be back ?

Established on January 1 to facilitate access to the rental of electric vehicles to the most modest households, social leasing has enjoyed enormous success to which the government has been disappointed. end quite abruptly. Find all the practical information about this new device.

A real cardboard box. The first edition of social leasing, officially launched on January 1, turned out to be successful To be a great success. This long-term rental of “cars" 100 euros per month" intended for the most modest households – those whose reference tax income per share is less than 15 400 euros per year  – has attracted many French people to the point that the number of & nbsp;mis à layout more than doubled, from 20 to 20 25,000 initially à 50,000! This tidal wave pushed the government à suddenly whistle the end of the game from February 12, that is to say after only six weeks, to avoid an economic drift. And for good reason, for each vehicle rented; as part of the scheme, the State paid the tidy sum of 13,000 euros. Faced with the success of this social leasing, the government has already taken action. announced its return in 2025. Here's everything you need to know about the device.

Who is concerned? by electric car 100 euros per month ?

The offer is a leasing, i.e. a rental of the vehicle with a fixed amount at pay each month. To define who can benefit from social leasing, the government has defined several criteria. To be entitled to it, you must already have & be domiciledé In France. The tax household must have a tax income per share lower than that of the taxable household. 15,400 euros. You must justify the use of your vehicle to get to your place of work and that it is at least within walking distance. 15 kilometers from his home. Finally, this device is reserved for use only. to workers who drive more than 8,000 kilometers per year by car as part of their work; professional. À note that in a household, if both adults meet the eligibility criteria, each can apply for social leasing.

What models of electric cars were proposed ?

Around ten car models, mainly French or European, were initially produced. offered in social leasing. Prices were on average 100 euros per month but varied depending on the models, some being less expensive. displaying &agrav; around forty euros – like the Twingo E-Tech -, when others, a little more upscale and family, went up to 150 euros per month. It is important to remember that these prices do not include insurance or maintenance costs. The government had also specified: that leasing à 100 euros per month would not be subject to the payment of an initial contribution via a significantly increased first rent. as current LOA or LLD contracts do.

This first rent is covered by the State. The customer can choose to benefit from a rental with a purchase option allowing them to acquire the vehicle & ;agrave; the end of the rental period, or not. Some manufacturers quickly communicated on the models allocated to the device. The Renault Twingo E-Tech and Megane E-Tech, the Peugeot e-208 and e-2008, the Citro euml;n ë-C3 and &euml ;-C4, the Fiat 500, the electric Opel Corsa and Mokka and the Jeep Avenger were the first car models to be powered by electric vehicles. appear in the catalogue. Other brands followed, such as Volkswagen or Hyundai.

  • Citroën ë-C3 (Life finish): 54 euros/month
  • Citroën ë-C3 (Feel finish): 80 euros/month
  • Citroën ë-C4: 124 euros/month
  • Renault Twingo E-Tech (Authentic finish): 40 euros/month
  • Renault Twingo E-Tech (Equilibre finish): 60€/month
  • Renault Twingo E-Tech (Techno finish): 80€/month
  • Renault Twingo E-Tech (Urban Night finish): 100 euros/month
  • Renault Zoé : 100 euros/month
  • Renault Megane E-Tech: 150 euros/month
  • Renault Kangoo e-Tech:  150  euros/month
  • Peugeot e-208: 99 euros/month
  • Peugeot e-2008: 149 euros/month
  • Cupra Born: 109 euros/month
  • Fiat 500e: 49 euros/month
  • Fiat 600e: 129 euros/month
  • Hyundai Kona Electric: 95 euros/month
  • Jeep Avenger: 149 euros/month
  • Nissan Leaf: 65 euros/month
  • Opel Corsa Electric: 94 euros/month
  • Opel Mokka Electric: 119 euros/month
  • Skoda Enyaq: 149 euros/month
  • Volkswagen e-Up!: 89€/month
  • Volkswagen ID.3 : 109 euros/month

How to order an electric car 100 euros per month ?

It is the President of the Republic himself who, via a video broadcast on the networks ;eacute;social networks, had indicatedé the name of the site on which beneficiaries of social leasing were able to order a car. All the details of the system were indicated on the platform mon-leasing-electrique.gouv.fr opened on December 14, 2023. It will probably be reactivated é the end of the year 2024 (in December ?) since the government has already decided announced the renewal of the system in 2025. Households eligible for social leasing can order a car on the sites of rental companies approved by the state. ;

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116