What is a Plug In Hybrid Car?
Plug In Hybrid Cars: The 2020 Brayleys Guide
A plug in hybrid has both a battery-powered electric motor and a petrol engine. However, the plug in hybrid, as its name suggests, can be charged up from a mains plug. This could an ordinary domestic power socket, a home charging station or one of over 13 000 public charging stations in the UK. Usually abbreviated to PHEV - Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle, these cars have an electric-only range which is often enough for most people’s everyday commute – up to 36 miles in some cases. With the best plug in hybrid You can expect emissions as low as 29g/km CO2 and fuel consumption up to an incredible 201.8 MPG.
Take a look at the superb 2020 range of the best plug in hybrid SUV cars for sale from Honda and Kia. Our expert staff at Brayleys are at your service to explain all the benefits of these practical and economical cars.
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