Arval's Recommended: PHEV and Hybrid

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Recommended PHEV and Hybrid Offers

TOYOTA AURIS HATCHBACK 1.8 Hybrid Icon TSS 5dr CVT [Leather]
  • TOYOTA
  • Auris Icon Hybrid
1.8 TSS 5dr CVT [Leather]
£ 218 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
TOYOTA AURIS HATCHBACK 1.8 Hybrid Icon Tech TSS 5dr CVT
  • TOYOTA
  • Auris Icon Hybrid Tech
1.8 Hybrid Icon Tech TSS 5dr CVT
£ 208 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
TOYOTA C-HR HATCHBACK 1.8 Hybrid Icon 5dr CVT [Leather/Nav]
  • TOYOTA
  • C-HR 1.8 Hybrid Leather/Nav
Icon 5dr CVT
£ 238 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
TOYOTA C-HR HATCHBACK 1.8 Hybrid Icon 5dr CVT [Tech/Leather]
  • TOYOTA
  • C-HR 1.8 Hybrid Tech/Leather
Icon 5dr CVT
£ 238 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
TOYOTA C-HR HATCHBACK 1.8 Hybrid Icon 5dr CVT [Tech/Leather/Nav]
  • TOYOTA
  • C-HR 1.8 Hybrid Tech/Leather/Nav
Icon 5dr CVT
£ 247 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
LEXUS NX ESTATE 300h 2.5 SE 5dr CVT [Premium Nav] 2WD
  • LEXUS
  • NX 300h SE
2.5 5dr CVT [Premium Nav] 2WD
£ 365 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
TOYOTA PRIUS HATCHBACK 1.8 VVTi Active 5dr CVT
  • TOYOTA
  • Prius VVTi
1.8 Active 5dr CVT
£ 234 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year
HYUNDAI IONIQ HATCHBACK 1.6 GDi Plug-in Hybrid Premium 5dr DCT
  • HYUNDAI
  • Ioniq 1.6 Gdi Plug-in Hybrid
Premium 5dr DCT
£ 280 + VAT per month *
36 months
10 000 Miles/year

Why choose a Plug-in Hybrid Electric – and why choose Arval?

 

Plug-in Hyrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)

Of the many benefits of running a PHEV, the one that will appeal to traditional fuel users the most, is having the combustion engine alongside he electric motor which can be recharged directly from a dedicated electrical supply. typically the electric miles range for a PHEV is between 20-40 miles, and will perform best in urban start/stop road conditions. When in electric mode, not only will you be producing zero emissions but you can also recoupe some of the energy that would be lost through braking. It is important to note that the way you operate the vehicle will ultimately determine 

  • Choice - The number of manufacturers that now have plug-in hybrid fuel vehicle in their range, is on the increase. Some vary each of their model range with a hybrid version, meaning there will be a hybrid vehicle out there to suit all tastes and budget, in the not so distant future.
  • Tax Incentive - You may be able to take advantage of the tax benefits the government uses to incentivise ultra-low emission vehicles.
  • Low Emissions - Lower emissions means lower road tax. Hybrid cars will produce less harmful emissions than regular fuel types. Lower emission can also get your vehicle exempt from London Congestion Charges, providing your emits no more than 75 g/km of CO2

 

 

 

HOW DO HYBRID VEHICLES WORK?

Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PHEV)

This has a larger battery, electric motor and combustion engine. A combination of the engine and regenerative braking will help recharge the battery like an HEV. However, you will need to plug in this vehicle to fully recharge the battery to deliver the benefits of the electric range. Some examples of this type of hybrid are the Volkswagen GTE, Volvo V60, BMW 2 and 5 Series, Hyundai Ioniq and Kia Niro.

 

Hyundai Ioniq

Power: 141bhp

CO279 g/km

Electric Range: 29 miles

MPG: 52

Charge time: 4-5 hours using 7kw charging point 

 

Hybrid Vehicle (HEV)

This has a small battery, electric motor and combustion engine. It will travel a few miles on the electric power and then switch back to the combustion engine. A combination of the engine and regenerative braking will recharge the batteries. The Toyota and Lexus brands provide the most choice of Plug-in and hybrid vehicles. 

Toyota Prius 1.8 VVTi Active 5dr CVT

Power: 120bhp

CO278 g/km

MPG: 83.1

Electric Miles: 12 miles

Charge time (fast charge): 120 minutes

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