The future is here
Hybrid or full electric, there’s no better time to go green. As well as more options than ever, technology has considerably improved for greater reliability. If you’re still unsure, get in touch for a free consultation on what we can provide.
Why choose an electric lease?
Although much, much cheaper to run, electric or hybrid vehicles are often more expensive to initially purchase than petrol or diesel. A lease is a much more affordable way in, while taking advantage of all the extra benefits such as:
Reduced on-road running costs
Lower fuel bills, especially with 100% electric vehicles
Drive the latest technology
Tax incentives, e.g. 1% Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax in 2021/22
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Taking your business fleet electric
An increasing number of businesses are adopting electric vehicles (EVs) and integrating them into their fleet.
There are many great reasons why your business should do the same. Discover the advantages below!
Experience the Latest Innovations in Automotive Technology
Take Advantage of Tax Incentives for Electric Vehicles
Cut Down on On-Road Expenses
Achieve Your Sustainability Goals
Minimise Your Company's Environmental Impact
Lower the Overall Cost of Vehicle Ownership
Save on Maintenance Expenses
Which type of electric vehicle is right for me?
Fully Electric (BEV)
Pure electric cars, also known as Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), operate solely on a large battery and an electric motor, without any internal combustion engine. They have zero CO2 emissions, making them environmentally friendly. Additionally, their battery-based technology makes them highly cost-effective to run.
Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV)
Similar to fully electric Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), Plug-in Hybrids (PHEVs) require charging by plugging them in to replenish their medium-sized battery. However, PHEVs differ in that they also feature a conventional petrol or diesel engine. Normally, the initial 20-40 miles of a PHEV's journey rely solely on the battery, while the petrol/diesel engine takes over for longer distances.
Conventional Hybrid (HEV)
As with a PHEV, conventional Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) have both a battery and a petrol/diesel engine. The battery in a HEV is very small and you can’t plug it in. It can only power the car for short distances at low speeds. In a HEV, you will be using the petrol/diesel engine for most of the time.