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Why Go Electric? If you're thinking about making a change on your driveway for the first time in about 10 years, you now have more options than you would've had last time you were car shopping.

The benefits of buying electric

Lower CO2 emissions, improved fuel economy, and better running costs are among the key advantages of choosing an electric or hybrid vehicle, but there are plenty more. For example, with charging points available for at home and thousands of locations throughout the UK, it’s easier than ever to maintain a full charge. Plus, with the lower emissions, you will often be exempt from such motoring fees as the congestion charge and ULEZ charges.

Key benefits include:

  • Better fuel economy
  • Lower CO2 emissions
  • Improved running costs
  • Reduced maintenance


    Plug-in Hybrid

    Plug-ins work similar to a standard hybrid vehicle, but due to the higher capacity battery, users can enjoy extended fully electric driving for short distances. A benefit of a plug-in hybrid is that even when the battery is not charged, the vehicle will still work as a conventional hybrid.


    The two power sources that make up a Hybrid vehicle are a standard combustion engine alongside a battery-powered motor. The benefits of having both is that the engine will automatically switch between the two engines to improve your fuel economy, saving you money.


    Read below some of the most frequently asked questions at Sturgess Jaguar. Still got questions?


    Is Hybrid Servicing expensive?


    Service and maintenance costs are generally the same as you'd find with a conventional vehicle. You may even find that your service costs are cheaper, as hybrid cars put less strain on their traditional engines, requiring less maintenance to be carried out

    What is regenerative braking?


    Electric motors consume energy to provide motion. When this motion is no longer required, for example when the vehicle is slowing, the braking force can be harnessed to reverse the action of the motor and generate electricity. The electricity generated can be fed back to the battery, extending the vehicle's range.

    What does KWH mean?


    Kilowatt-hours is a measure of how much energy can be stored in a battery. For a given vehicle, a battery with greater capacity ‑ more kWh ‑ will have greater range and/or performance. For a given capacity, actual range will vary dependent on driving style and environmental conditions.

    Can I take my electric vehicle to a car wash?


    Yes. Electric vehicles are designed and tested to the same standards as conventional combustion engine vehicles.

    Other Electric Services Got a question or need help with an electric vehicle? If you're looking for your next vehicle, our teams across the country will be happy to assist to help meet and exceed your requirements. Click on the link below to get in contact with your local retailer.