The best hybrid cars for less than £300 per month
Thinking of going partially electric? We've rounded up the best hybrid car PCP deals covering city cars, family hatchbacks, estates and even SUVs...
If you've been thinking of going green, and by doing so cutting down on your fuel and tax bills, a hybrid car can be a great place to start.
Whether you choose one that you plug in to charge or one that you don't, hybrid cars supplement a petrol engine with an electric motor, allowing you to complete at least part of your journey without using any fuel at all. They make especially good sense if you live in the city.
Most buyers will buy a hybrid car on a monthly PCP finance deal. This type of deal allows you to buy a car for around the same price as a three-year-old one, because you're financing only a fraction of its total price.
The deals we've selected here are all based on our Target Price research, which reveals the most you should pay for a new car. Each is based on 15% of the value of the car, combined with the manufacturer's finance discount allowance if applicable. All are for three year, with a 30,000-mile limit.
And the best part? All of these hybrids will cost you less than £300 per month on a PCP contract. In fact, the cheapest on this list will cost you just £216 per month.
If you find one you like, simply click on the relevant link to find out more. Or, alternatively, call us on 03302 216207 and we will be happy to help.
Kia Niro 1.6 GDi 2 DCT
Target PCP (per month) £250 Target Price (on the road) £21,289 The deal Three years' PCP finance with 5.9% APR and a finance contribution of £2000
Kia's hybrid small SUV is the sister car to the Hyundai Ioniq, and what's especially impressive is how well the electric motor and 1.6-litre petrol engine work together in combination with the standard six-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The Niro is reasonably practical, too.
Toyota C-HR 1.8 Hybrid Icon CVT
Target PCP (per month) £290 Target Price (on the road) £24,582 The deal Three years' PCP finance with 1.9% APR
The C-HR is certainly distinctive to look at. It's also decent to drive, and it comes with lots of standard equipment; this top-end Icon model even gets you luxuries such as 17in alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control and adaptive cruise control.
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