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Why consider a plug-in hybrid?
Not ready to go fully electric but want to reduce your fuel costs? Then a PHEV could be a perfect choice. Their large battery means they can travel around 30 miles on electric power alone. But if you need to travel long distances, the engine means you can also do so without having to consider where the nearest charging point is.
Lower emissions is one of the main reasons people choose to lease a plug-in hybrid. As you use less fuel, your emissions will be lower than in conventional petrol or diesel-powered vehicles. Less fuel also means less money spent on fuel.
Most electric vehicles look very different and can be an acquired taste. But PHEVs tend to look like any other car. Whether you want to lease the popular BMW 3 Series, Range Rover Sport or Volvo XC40, you won't be able to tell much difference from the plug-in hybrid, standard petrol or diesel variants.
FAQs when leasing a plug-in hybrid?
What's the difference between hybrid and plug-in hybrid?
The main differences is the plug. Both vehicles do feature a combustion engine and an electric motor; however, you can charge PHEVs by plugging into a normal three-pin socket or home charge point. PHEVs also have a larger battery, allowing you to cover more miles on electric power alone.
Do plug-in hybrids charge whilst driving?
Hybrid vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles both include a smart feature called regenerative braking. This takes the wasted energy lost during braking and uses it to recharge the car's battery by small amounts. This is not enough to fully charge a large battery, so a PHEV still needs to be plugged in to get the full benefits.
What's the best plug-in hybrid to lease?
Gone are the days of having to choose between a handful of PHEVs. These days you're spoilt for choice, as manufacturers can't ignore the increased popularity of plug-in hybrids, which has resulted in a surge of PHEVs being readily available to lease. If you're interested in keeping costs down, then the cheap plug-in hybrid leases will be of interest to you, with prices as low as £250 per month.