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Why should I drive a hybrid?
Cheaper running costsCompared to the cost of petrol or diesel, hybrid and electric vehicles are much cheaper to run.
Reduce your carbon footprintEven though hybrids produce emissions, they emit much less CO2 than petrol or diesel cars over their lifespan. This makes them a great choice for anyone wanting to make more environmentally-conscious choices.
Drive a car made for nowPacked full of efficient tech, hybrid cars are the ideal car for the here and now. Leasing a hybrid car allows for low-emission driving with no compromise.
Types of Hybrid vehicles
Traditional hybrids are commonly referred to as self-charging hybrids. They feature a petrol engine and an electric motor which is recharged via regenerative braking when you stop or slow down. It will use this electric power at speeds under 20mph before switching to the petrol engine when more power and speed is required.View all hybrid lease deals
A plug-in hybrid pairs a petrol engine with a larger battery pack. The car will use this electric supply first, usually around 30 miles of zero emission driving, before switching to its petrol engine. You can recharge the battery at home using your mains charger or a 7.4 kW wallbox, or alternatively at a public charging point.View all hybrid lease deals
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Hybrid car leasing FAQ'sHelp desk
Is leasing a Hybrid worth it?
Hybrids are often more expensive than their petrol and diesel counterparts, but leasing is an affordable way to drive one. Plus, hybrid cars are cheaper to run and better for the environment than petrol and diesel cars, making them a great choice for your next car lease.
Should I choose an electric or hybrid car?
If the environmental impact is your main concern, then an electric car is the best choice for you. However, hybrid cars offer more flexibility overall. They’re cheap to run and use a combination of fuel and electricity meaning they don’t need to be charged up (unless you choose a plug-in hybrid).
Do hybrids have to be charged?
If you choose a a plug-in hybrid, they do need to be charged up. However a standard hybrid uses excess energy from the engine to charge the battery, so it’s self charging.