At Vantage Motor Group we are here to address any queries you have regarding Hybrid and Electric Vehicles ranging from how they work, what the key differences are and how they can be serviced. Please find below a number of FAQ's listed below.
Many public charging points, such as those at supermarkets, are free to use. Rapid charging points found at motorway service stations usually require a small fee for charging.
The best electric car for you depends on your specific needs. The Kia e-Niro, for example, is a great option for families and those looking for flexibility and the practicality to suit an active lifestyle.
Choosing a plug-in hybrid such as the Toyota Prius Plug-in means you’ll benefit from an impressive range. Other options such as the Kia e-Niro are also one of the market leaders
Hybrid cars are generally considered reliable thanks to their quality construction and reduced number of mechanical components. The Toyota Prius is among the most reliable models according to the J.D. Power survey.
Again, electric cars have fewer moving parts in the engine and, as such, are considered a reliable option.
On average, electric vehicles cost 23% less to run than petrol models over a three-year/60,000-mile period. This is due to lower operating costs and cheaper servicing.
To find out whether the electric car you’re driving will need an oil change, contact your local Vantage Motor Group dealership today.
Hybrid batteries are typically expected to last a minimum of 10 years or at least 150,000 miles. As such, many come with their own warranty that’s separate from the vehicle warranty. To learn more, contact us today.