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If you're looking for something environmentally-friendly but not quite ready to go full electric, a brand-new hybrid could be exactly what you're looking for.

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Nissan juke hatchback
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity350 Litres
0-62mph10.1 Seconds
£200.75
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May 2024 Delivery
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Kia sportage estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity587 Litres
0-62mph7.7 Seconds
£316.94
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March 2024 Delivery
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Renault arkana estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity480 Litres
0-62mph10.8 Seconds
£293.85
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14-21 days Delivery
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Renault austral estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity487 Litres
0-62mph8.4 Seconds
£372.64
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14-21 days Delivery
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Hyundai tucson estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity616 Litres
0-62mph8 Seconds
£349.94
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Renault arkana estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity480 Litres
0-62mph10.8 Seconds
£298.76
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14-21 days Delivery
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Renault austral estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity487 Litres
0-62mph8.4 Seconds
£353.40
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Ford kuga estate
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity612 Litres
0-62mph9.1 Seconds
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Toyota c-hr hatchback
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity447 Litres
0-62mph10.2 Seconds
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Toyota c-hr hatchback
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity430 Litres
0-62mph8.1 Seconds
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Toyota c-hr hatchback
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity430 Litres
0-62mph8.1 Seconds
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Toyota c-hr hatchback
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeHybrid
Boot Capacity447 Litres
0-62mph10.2 Seconds

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Why Choose A Hybrid Car Lease?

If you're not quite ready to for a fully electric car lease, but you're prepared to transition to a greener way to travel, a hybrid lease is the right choice for you. With cheaper running costs in stop-start urban driving conditions and lower CO2 emissions than traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, hybrid cars are kinder to the environment and potentially your wallet. 

So whether the kind of electrification you need in your next car is the mild hybrid kind, the self-charging sort, the varied benefits of the plug-in hybrid (PHEV), or the full-electric 'BEV' kind, you'll find all the key models available as part of an amazing hybrid car lease deal from us.

Should I Lease A Mild Hybrid, Self-Charging Or PHEV?

Beyond pure electric vehicles, there are three types of hybrid cars available. Most big brands have updated their engines with 'mild hybrid' technology that sees a small lithium-ion battery helping out the engine and increasing its efficiency.

At Vanarama, you'll find unbeatable mild-hybrid lease deals on models including the Ford Fiesta, Focus, Puma, and Kuga. And you'll also find it on popular cars like Kia's Ceed and Sportage, as well as Hyundai's Tucson and i30. Of course, many Mercedes, Audi, BMW, and Volvo models also use mild-hybrid tech.

Looking for an electrified model that can run independently on battery power, but needs to keep to a reasonably tight budget? We'd recommend checking out a self-charging hybrid model, the kind of thing popularised by Toyota's Prius and Corolla family hatchbacks. Most Lexus models also use this technology. You'll also find it in compact family models like Hyundai's Ioniq and Kona, plus the Kia Niro.

The significant tax benefits of hybrid motoring come with electrified cars that you can plug in. So if you need plenty of driving range, you're best suited to a PHEV plug-in hybrid lease deal. 

Available Plug-In PHEV Hybrids To Lease

There are lots of plug-in hybrid cars now on the market, with the most affordable contenders including the E-Tech version of Renault's Captur. And there are also plug-in versions of the Toyota Prius, the Hyundai Ioniq, the Range Rover Evoque, the Land Rover Discovery Sport, the Vauxhall Grandland, the Citroen C5 Aircross, the MINI Countryman, the SEAT Tarraco and the Toyota RAV4.

Peugeot has PHEV variants of the 508 and the 3008. Skoda has 'iV' Octavia and Superb plug-in models. Kia has PHEV versions of its XCeed, Niro, and Ceed Sportswagon vehicles.

You'll also find hybrid versions of the Tiguan, the Passat, and the Golf, three of Volkswagen’s core models. And Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW, and Volvo now offer plug-in tech on most of their cars, too.

If you're not sure what option is best, take a look at our guide to the best hybrids of 2023.

Hybrid Car Lease FAQs

Hybrid Vs Electric Cars - What's The Difference?

Hybrid cars are partially electrified vehicles. They include an electric motor and a traditional diesel or petrol engine. Electric vehicles, or EVs, solely use electricity to power the vehicle and do not contain any conventional internal combustion engines (ICE). They need to be charged with electricity from the grid either at home or public charge stations.

Can Hybrid Cars Charge Themselves?

Full and mild-hybrid cars can recharge while driving, during engine use, and through regenerative braking. Plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) can also be charged on the move, but that’s not very fuel-efficient. For the best returns possible, and as their name suggests, PHEVs must be plugged into a power source at either a public or home charge point.

What Are Hybrid Cars Like To Drive?

Hybrid cars still have an ICE, which means the driving experience is similar to a regular automatic car. However, the critical difference is the lack of noise when driving in 'electric mode', as the powertrain noise is significantly quieter. 

What Are The Benefits Of Leasing A Hybrid Car?

There are so many benefits of hybrid car leasing. As hybrid and electric car technology is constantly advancing, opting for a hybrid lease deal means you have the freedom to upgrade to a newer model at the end of your contract with no fuss or hassle. Simply return your car and start looking for your next lease deal. 

At Vanarama, you can decide how long you want your hybrid lease deal to last, although it’s usually between two to five years. You’ll also decide your initial deposit and monthly payment amounts, so leasing is often more affordable than buying a car outright or on finance.

If you’re considering a hybrid electric car lease deal but need to know more, take a look at our in-depth electric car guides. Alternatively, if you think a full EV would be a better choice for you, check out our latest electric car lease deals.

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