Not sure of the difference between electric, hybrids and plug-in hybrids? Our guide can help you understand how they work and which is best for you.

Electric (EV)

Running 100% on battery, electric cars are the go-to green vehicle for the environmentally-minded. Cost-effective and low on noise levels, these zero-emission vehicles feature all manner of benefits that the driver can enjoy, safe in the knowledge that they're reducing their carbon footprint every time they hit the road.

  • The greenest performance available
  • Low to zero road tax
  • Incredible yearly cost savings

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Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV)

The best of both worlds, Plug-In Hybrids drive like petrol and diesel engines, with the added benefit of a larger battery and a bigger motor that let you go further on electric alone – with zero tailpipe emissions. And with at-home charging capabilities, your next journey is ready to go wherever you're heading.

  • Lower emissions than regular hybrids
  • Covers short journeys entirely on electric
  • Huge cost savings when running on electric only

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Hybrid (HEV)

More efficient than regular petrol or diesel cars, our hybrid range combines an internal combustion engine with an electric motor, delivering an efficient, environmentally-friendly drive without compromise. And what's more, those green credentials get you improved mpg in return, along with a lower first-year road tax to boot!

  • Self-charging hybrid battery
  • Powerful, electric-only drive capability
  • Less dependence on fossil fuels

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