The electric range
Hyundai is a manufacturer that has developed a range of hybrid and electric vehicles that provide exceptional performance as standard. At Sturgess Motor Group, we’re delighted to be able to showcase the full selection and provide you with a test drive today.
With fewer moving parts and no CO2 emissions, all electric vehicles such as the Hyundai Kona Electric and Ioniq Electric are considered to be safer than their combustion engine counterparts.
Absolutely. Although the initial purchase price may seem expensive, running costs of £2-4 per 100 miles makes them the affordable option in the long term. Not only that, but you will have no congestion charges or road tax to pay.
A) Using the electric motor only, PHEV has a range of up to 30 miles. PHEV also utilises an Ingenium petrol engine to support a much larger range, in the same way as other combustion engine vehicles.
Yes. An electric car costs between 2-4p per mile to run, with petrol models costing in the region of 12p per mile.
This is something that is still unclear however most hybrid batteries last for the lifetime of the car!
A hybrid car uses two power trains - a petrol engine that works in tandem with a battery-powered electric motor. A hybrid vehicle is also known as a PHEV (Petrol Hybrid Electric Vehicle)