Electric Cars for Sale: New & Used Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Electric Cars for Sale: New & Used Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Why Choose A Hybrid Or Electric Car?

The transition to electric motoring is well and truly underway with the UK Government's plan to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030.

More people now than ever are choosing a hybrid or all-electric car, especially with the increasing availability of used electric cars and used hybrid cars on the market. With the deadline fast approaching, some of you may be wary in making the switch to electric, as it could be the last time you own a petrol or diesel car. But, there are many positives to owning a hybrid or electric vehicle.

Go hybrid and you'll benefit from lower fuel costs, lower vehicle tax, and reduced driving emissions compared to a conventional petrol or diesel car.

Go all-electric and you may benefit from paying no congestion zone charges, lower running costs, and less maintenance. You'll also enjoy an enhanced driving experience due to the instant acceleration, reduced noise, and smooth ride.

Additionally, when you opt for used electric cars or used hybrid cars, you can enjoy all these benefits at a fraction of the cost of a new vehicle. Whether you're interested in brand new models or used electric cars and used hybrid cars, our range offers something for everyone.

As well as new cars, we’re proud to have an extensive range of approved used hybrid and electric cars for sale

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Find Your Perfect New or Used Electric Car at Dick Lovett

Take a look at what our brands have to offer by using the logos below. From the latest models to high-quality used electric cars and hybrid vehicles, our selection is diverse and extensive. Reserve your new or used electric car or hybrid vehicle from £250 or enquire to arrange a test drive.

Hybrid & Electric Cars

Hybrid & Electric Car Charging & Range

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Some electric and hybrid cars come standard with a charging cable that can be used in a standard 3-pin socket, however, having a charge point installed at home allows faster charging.

The electric range of Plug-in Hybrid vehicles varies depending on the model, size of your battery, and your driving but you can see up to 67 miles with the new BMW X5 xDrive50e M Sport while the all-electric MINI will see up to 145 miles. The newly launched all-electric MINI Cooper is capable of up to 250 miles.

Electric doesn't have to be 'normal', take a look at the new Porsche Taycan Turbo S - a sports car achieving 62mph in just 2.8 seconds!

There are over 50,000 charge point across the UK - ensuring you will never run out of power unexpectedly though, for many of us our primary filling station is at home.

Frequently asked questions

Your questions about electric, answered

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