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Electric and hybrid vehicles

Electric or hybrid – the future of eco-conscious motoring starts here

While electric and hybrid cars have been around for some time now, they’ve never been more prevalent than they are today, with a variety of options from which to choose.

At Brindley, we understand that not everyone is aware of what differentiates electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid vehicles from one another. Don’t worry if this applies to you, you’re by no means alone – in any case, we at Brindley Maxus are here to assist.

Go green with Brindley Maxus UK company Maxus is building quite a reputation thanks to its collection of all-electric vehicles, which includes a pair of vans, a pick-up truck and a highly practical people carrier. Though the range is small, it nevertheless allows the manufacturer to cater for a wide variety of needs: businesses most notably – and families too. With a Maxus vehicle, you’ll enjoy all the benefits that come with EV ownership, including zero-emissions motoring, low running costs and government incentives.

Electric and hybrid vehicle FAQs

If you have an electric vehicle-related query, please check out our frequently asked questions below.

Where can I buy a used electric or hybrid vehicle?


At Brindley Group, we stock a wide range of electric and hybrid vehicles at our Cannock, Tipton, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton branches – and you can view them online whenever you wish.

Are electric vehicles more expensive than petrol/diesel vehicles?


​Electric and hybrid cars are typically more expensive to buy. However, they are cheaper to run and Maxus vehicles represent particularly good value for money and a low-cost motoring experience.

Which manufacturers make electric and hybrid vehicles?


​Other than Maxus, there are plenty of carmakers that produce electric and hybrid vehicles, including Honda, Hyundai, KIA, Mazda, MG, Nissan and Volvo.

How much does it cost to run an electric vehicle?


The exact cost will vary depending on the vehicle in question. One thing’s certain, however: electric vehicles are much more affordable to run than their combustion-engined or hybrid equivalents.

Do electric vehicles need to be charged?


Yes, as do plug-in hybrid vehicles.

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