The electric revolution is fully underway – and Volvo is way ahead of the curve. Here at Brindley Volvo, we’re delighted to work with such a prestigious manufacturer, one that produces premium vehicles possessed of great style, practicality and spaciousness. When it comes to electrified motoring, Volvo is leading the line, with every one of its vehicles available with an all-electric, plug-in hybrid or mild hybrid powertrain.
If you’re new to the world of eco-friendly motoring, Brindley Volvo is an excellent place to start. Below, we’ll outline the benefits of electric, plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid driving – and we’ll describe how they differ from one another.
If you have any electric, plug-in hybrid or mild hybrid queries, please check out our frequently asked questions below.
Across our Cannock, Tipton, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton locations, we stock more than 200 top-quality electric and hybrid vehicles.
Although they’re more expensive to buy, electric cars are significantly more economical to run and maintain than petrol/diesel models.
Most manufacturers produce electric and hybrid vehicles. Leading brands include Volvo, Honda, Hyundai, KIA, Mazda, Maxus, MG and Nissan.
It really depends on the vehicle and the type of powertrain it has. For example, the all-electric XC40 Recharge costs about £23 to fully charge (from zero to 100 per cent) at home.
Plug-in hybrid vehicles require manual charging while mild-hybrid vehicles are self-charging.