Why Go Electric or Hybrid?

With Lings Honda, taking the next step towards a greener future is simple. Our range of electric and hybrid Honda vehicles, supported by our expert knowledge of electrified motoring, means making the switch is hassle-free.

Electric Vehicles Explained.

There are several types of electric vehicle on the market. Here’s a brief overview of each.

    Mild Hybrid vehicles
    Mild hybrid Mild hybrid vehicles have a small battery that helps to boost performance and reduce emissions. They aren’t capable of travelling on electric power alone, and there’s no need to plug them in.
    Hybrid vehicles
    Hybrid Full or self-charging hybrid cars have a combustion engine that’s supported by a small battery and electric motor. These vehicles are capable of covering only a few miles on electric-only power.
    Plug-In Hybrid vehicles
    Plug-in Hybrid Plug-in hybrid cars have a larger battery alongside the combustion engine, which enables them to travel around 25-30 miles on electric power alone. They must be plugged in to charge the battery.
    Electric vehicles
    Electric Electric cars replace a combustion engine with a battery and electric motor. Most will travel over 100 miles on a single charge, and they must be plugged in to charge.
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    What is the best hybrid car?


    ​The best hybrid car for you depends on your individual needs and budget. Honda has three options: the Jazz, HR-V and CR-V hybrids. Speak to us today to discover which is right for you.

    How long does it take to charge an electric car?


    The time it takes for an electric car to charge depends on the make and model of your car and the type of charging point you’re using. DC points will charge vehicles more rapidly than home wallboxes.

    How does an electric car work?


    ​Electric vehicles use a battery pack and either one or two electric motors in place of a combustion engine. The electric motors propel the car and power functions such as the lights and infotainment system.

    Are all electric cars automatic?


    All-electric vehicles only have one gear, and therefore drive like an automatic car – without a clutch. Hybrids, however, can be manual or automatic.