Hybrid Car Lease
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.
Why Lease A Hybrid Car?
If you're not quite ready to go fully electric, but you're ready to transition to a greener way to travel, you're in the right place. We’ve got a range of hybrid options for you to consider. So whether the kind of electrification you need in your next car is the mild hybrid kind, the self-charging hybrid sort, the PHEV plug-in hybrid sort or the full-electric ‘BEV’ kind, you’ll find all the key models available with amazing lease deals from us.
A Wide Range of Choice At Vanarama
The term ‘electrification’ can mean many different things. Many popular brands have now updated their engines with so-called ‘mild hybrid’ technology that sees a small lithium-ion battery helping out the engine and giving it greater efficiency. Popular models adopting this approach include Ford’s Fiesta, Focus, Puma and Kuga models. And you’ll also find it on popular cars like Kia’s Ceed and Sportage; and Hyundai’s Tucson and i30. Many Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Volvo models now also use mild hybrid tech.
If you’re looking for an EV model that can run independently on battery power - but needing to keep to a reasonably tight budget, then we’d point you first to a self-charging hybrid model, the kind of thing popularised by Toyota’s Prius and Corolla family hatches. Most Lexus models also use this technology. And you’ll also find it in compact family models like Hyundai’s IONIQ and Kona. And Kia’s Niro.
The really big tax benefits with EV motoring though, lie with electrified models that you can plug-in. If you need plenty of driving range, we’ll point you towards a PHEV plug-in hybrid; there are lots now on the market. The most affordable contenders include E-TECH versions of Renault’s Captur and Megane. 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 X, 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 hatches. Volkswagen offers plug-in variants of the Tiguan, the Passat and the Golf. And Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Volvo now offer plug-in tech on most of their cars.