go green with brindley Electric and hybrid vehicles Electric or hybrid – the future of eco-focused motoring begins here

The electric revolution started quite some time ago – and it continues to gather momentum. If you’re at all unsure about how an electric, plug-in hybrid or hybrid vehicle works – or the benefits that electric motoring offers, don’t worry, we’re here to help.

At Brindley Group, we work with numerous high-profile car manufacturers, each of which produces electric and hybrid vehicles. If you’re looking for a top-quality vehicle that enables low or even zero-emissions driving while being affordable to run, we have plenty of options for you to explore.​

Go green with Brindley Honda Here at Brindley Honda, we stock a superb range of electric and hybrid vehicles, from city cars such as the Jazz to sporty hatchbacks like the Civic. If you’re not sure which type of vehicle is right for you, our expert teams are on hand to provide you with all the assistance you need. Please contact our Cannock, West Bromwich or Wolverhampton branch to inform us of your specific motoring requirements. Once we know what you’re looking for, we’ll be able to pair you with the best vehicle possible and at a price you can afford.

Electric and hybrid vehicle FAQs​

Do you have an electric or hybrid-related query? If so, please take a look at our frequently asked questions below…

Where can I buy a used electric or hybrid vehicle?


We stock a huge range of high-quality electric and hybrid vehicles, manufactured by brands you know and trust.

Are electric vehicles more expensive than petrol/diesel vehicles?


EVs are more expensive to buy, but less to run, meaning that in the long-term they’re typically cheaper than combustion-engine vehicles.

Which manufacturers make electric and hybrid vehicles?


​Almost all marques, including Honda, Hyundai, KIA, Mazda, Maxus, MG, Nissan and Volvo, make hybrid and electric cars.

How much does it cost to run an electric/hybrid vehicle?


It varies from vehicle to vehicle. The Honda e, for example, costs approximately £12 to fully charge (zero to 100 per cent) at home.

Do hybrid vehicles need to be charged?


Mild-hybrid and full hybrid vehicles are self-charging, while a plug-in hybrid vehicle’s battery requires manual charging.

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