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Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

Electric or hybrid – the future of eco-focused motoring begins here

Today, there are more electric and hybrid cars in the world than ever and the numbers are growing all the time, and we at Brindley Hyundai are delighted to help make the switch to electric smoother for everyone. Vehicles of all types are being electrified, from the most compact of city cars to high-performance sports cars.

Naturally, there are many advantages to electrified motoring. For a start, a fully electric vehicle produces zero CO 2 and NOx emissions, which are harmful to the environment. Furthermore, an EV is considerably cheaper to run than a petrol/diesel-powered equivalent. Hybrid vehicles, meanwhile, provide a good jumping-on point since they feature a combustion engine which is assisted by an electric motor (powered by a battery).

Go green with Brindley Hyundai We stock a wide range of electric and hybrid vehicles, from the i20 hybrid to the all-electric Ioniq 6. If you’re not quite sure whether to buy a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or pure-electric vehicle, your local Brindley Hyundai team is ready to assist. Browse our hybrid and electric models below to learn more. If you have any questions or if you would like to book a test drive, please contact your local Brindley Hyundai branch.

​Electric and hybrid vehicle FAQs 

If you have an electric or hybrid-related query, please study our frequently asked questions below.

Where can I buy a used electric or hybrid vehicle?


​At Brindley Group, we stock more than 200 high-quality used electric and hybrid vehicles manufactured by a wide range of brand. Find your perfect car at our Cannock, Tipton, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton branches.

Are electric vehicles more expensive than petrol/diesel vehicles?


​While they are more expensive to purchase, they are considerably more affordable to run and maintain than combustion-engined vehicles.

Which manufacturers make electric and hybrid vehicles?


​Among many others, Honda, Hyundai, KIA, Mazda, Maxus, MG, Nissan and Volvo all produce electric and hybrid cars.

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


This will depend on the vehicle in question and whether it has a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or full-electric drivetrain. For example, at home, it would cost about £20 to fully charge (zero to 100 per cent) the Ioniq 5.

Do hybrid vehicles need to be charged?


Only plug-in hybrid vehicles require manual charging; full and mild hybrid vehicles are self-charging.

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