Electric and hybrid vehicles
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Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

Electric or hybrid – the future of environmentally conscious motoring starts here

More than ever, there’s a widespread desire to move to all-electric driving. This can’t happen overnight, of course – nevertheless, the global automotive industry is doing its utmost to make it happen. At Brindley Group, we’re fully behind this pledge, as you’ll no doubt be able to tell from the sheer number of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles we supply.

If you’re looking to get with the eco-friendly programme, we’re ready to assist you in any way we can. If you are at all unsure what electrified motoring entails, please read on.

Go green with Brindley Nissan If you’re keen to start your eco-conscious motoring journey, you’ve come to the right place. We feature all-electric hatchbacks, crossovers and compact vans – and if you’re not quite ready to go fully electric yet, our hybrid/e-POWER vehicles provide a good jumping on point. This is because they feature combustion engines that are enhanced by electric technology, thus delivering noteworthy power and efficiency – and they don’t require manual charging.

​Electric and hybrid vehicle FAQs

If you have an electric, hybrid or e-POWER-related query, please check out our frequently asked questions below. If you still require answers, don’t hesitate to contact your local Brindley Nissan showroom team.

Where can I buy a used electric or hybrid/e-POWER vehicle?


At Brindley Group, we stock an extensive range of top-quality pre-owned electric and hybrid vehicles manufactured by brands you know and trust.

Are electric vehicles more expensive than petrol/diesel vehicles?


Although electric vehicles are typically more expensive to buy, they are considerably more affordable to run and maintain.

Which manufacturers make electric and hybrid vehicles?


Apart from Nissan, most brands now offer electric and hybrid options – including Honda, Hyundai, KIA, Mazda, Maxus, MG and Volvo.

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


It depends on the vehicle in question and the type of drivetrain it possesses. For instance, fully charging (zero to 100 per cent) the Nissan Ariya at home will cost about £30.

Do hybrid vehicles need to be charged?


Only plug-in hybrid vehicles require manual charging. All of Nissan’s hybrid/e-POWER vehicles are self-charging.

Other electrical services Do you have any questions – or do you need help with a particular hybrid/e-POWER or electric vehicle? Get in touch with our team to learn more.