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The electric vehicle (EV) market is accelerating fast and the unique and ground-breaking salary sacrifice car scheme offered by Pink Salary Exchange is your opportunity to get involved. In September 2021, EVs accounted for 15% of new vehicle sales and outsold diesel vehicles, so more and more people are making the switch to EVs.

All major manufacturers now offer an electric vehicle

When Nissan put the Leaf on the market in 2010 it changed the landscape for electric vehicles. It was a major manufacturer entering the EV game and it was a resounding success. Although it has since been surpassed by the Tesla Model 3 as the all-time best-selling EV, it has surpassed 500,000 global sales and paved the way for every major vehicle brand to develop EV technology. In 2021 EVs offer a driving range from 150 miles to over 250 on one full charge. This has reassured motorists that EVs are the future of motoring and signing up with Pink Salary Exchange is a practical and affordable way to drive.

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What are the benefits of driving an EV?

Zero Emissions

Because you are driving using an electric motor charged by a battery

Running Costs

It costs an average of £63.80 to fill a tank with petrol or diesel, in comparison a full charge on an EV could cost less than £1, depending on the size of vehicle, its battery size and how fast the charger is.

Low Maintenance

Because there are fewer moving parts, less can go wrong, so service and maintenance costs are minimal.


EVs are lighter and easier to handle than traditional vehicles and technology is improving all the time to make them more spacious, with better connectivity, better safety features and better range.

Which EV should I choose?

In 2021 alone, new EV models have entered the market such as the Skoda Enyaq, BMW iX3, Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Audi Q4 e-tron. These have helped to develop the EV market and offer more choice to EV drivers, which you can benefit from as part of our salary sacrifice car scheme.

After the Nissan Leaf changed the EV market in 2010, big manufacturers such as Volkswagen, BMW and Audi really shook things up by adding their considerable weight to the developing EV industry. The VW Id.4, BMW Ix3 and Audi e-tron were game-changers and opened up the market to different demographics.

Charging your EV when you don't have a driveway.

So now you can choose a small city car EV such as a Peugeot 208, Hyundai Kona or a Renault Zoe, or if you have a family to transport daily, a bigger SUV-type EV like the Citroën Berlingo, Audi Q4 or Volvo XC40 might suffice.

The executive and luxury markets are well catered for too with the Hyundai Ioniq and Tesla Model S, and even vans are in on the game with the Vauxhall Vivaro and Mercedes-Benz Eqv

If you sign-up with Pink Salary Exchange today, you can have access to the EV that matches your budget, your lifestyle and your motoring ambitions, so get in touch today.

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