Why Go Electric or Hybrid? Do you desire a car that will cater for all your motoring needs while being cost-effective to run and kinder to the environment?
If so, we at Vantage ŠKODA Morecambe have some excellent options for you.

Electric vehicles explained

Offering a range of up to 339 miles*

    Electric An all-electric vehicle is the most affordable kind of motor car to run, and it produces no CO2 or NOx emissions. What’s more, an electric car such as the Enyaq iV offers a maximum 339-mile range between charges. Speaking of which, while electric vehicles require manual charging, there are plenty of ways to do this.
    Plug-in hybrid If you wish to make significant fuel savings with a vehicle that produces substantially fewer emissions, a plug-in hybrid is an excellent solution. Furthermore, a plug-in hybrid like the Superb Hatch SE L offers an all-electric range of up to 35 miles. Plug-in hybrids can be charged at home, at work or at one of thousands of UK-wide public charging points.
    Hybrid If you’re not quite ready to own a plug-in hybrid or 100% electric vehicle, a hybrid car is a good place to start. While it’s similar to a purely combustion-engined vehicle, the main difference is that its electric motor supports the engine, helping it to produce instant torque, for example; and its battery is self-charging.

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    Below, you’ll find answers to our most frequently asked questions. If your particular query isn’t answered, please feel free to contact our White Lund Industrial Estate team as soon as you’re ready.

    Should I buy a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or electric Škoda?


    The answer very much depends on your particular driving style and your overall motoring requirements. For fully impartial advice, please get in touch with the Vantage ŠKODA Morecambe team today.

    What is the significance of 80% charging?


    Typically, most electric vehicle owners charge their car from 20% to 80%. This offers optimal battery longevity, as opposed to regular full-on charging which causes a battery to deteriorate more quickly....

    Is it okay to charge a plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle in the rain?


    Yes. Public charging points are designed for all-weather charging. At home, it’s a slightly different matter – in such instances, be sure to prevent plugs and sockets from coming into contact with water.

    What affects the range of an electric car?


    The main causes are:

    • Rapid acceleration
    • High-speed driving
    • Extremes of temperature
    • Frequent use of a car’s air-conditioning/heating system