Hybrid car lease deals
Hybrid cars serve as a good middle ground towards EV ownership. You get the benefit of an electric range plus lower emissions, with the familiarity and practical nature of a conventional engine. Leasing your next hybrid car is a great way to get into a new model at a lower monthly cost, without having to worry about buying outright. Take a look at the latest hybrid car lease deals through carwow.
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How leasing works on carwow
Find your car
Use carwow to browse and compare leasing deals. Once you've found the perfect deal, contact the dealer for a personalised quote.
Contact the dealer
When you're happy with the car and the quote, you'll apply for Contract Hire finance. Once approved by the leasing company the dealer can order your new car.
Once everything's signed, you'll be notified of a delivery date. Then simply relax and wait for your new car to arrive at your door!
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Leasing your new hybrid car gives you the benefits of an up-to-date model without having to spend a large amount of money outright to own it.
Plus, if you’re the type to switch cars often, this allows you to get into another new model sooner.
carwow’s highest-rated hybrid car is the BMW 330e. This version retains the usual fun-driving and stylish nature of the saloon, with the added benefit of some electric range. You’ll get around 40 miles of emissions-free driving out of it.
To help you choose the right hybrid vehicle for you, here's our pick of the best hybrid cars on the market right now.
The Government no longer offers a grant towards hybrid cars.
It is offering a £1,500 Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) towards select electric vehicles. These must cost less than £32,000 at RRP, inclusive of options, VAT and any delivery fees.
Hybrid cars come in two forms — plug-in and ‘self-charging’.
Plug-in hybrids do as they say on the tin, giving you the option to plug the car in for to recharge its batteries.
‘Self-charging’ will recharge the battery as you’re driving along, using the engine to provide energy.
Check out our guide on the different types of hybrid cars for more information.
Hybrid cars are a good first step towards owning an electric car. They offer a small amount of electric range, lower emissions and the familiarity of a conventional engine.
Electric cars are cheaper to use on a day-to-day basis though, and technology is ever-improving for better ranges and more efficient energy usage.
Once your hybrid car lease is over, you’ll just need to hand your car back to the finance company you’ve leased with.
Assuming you haven’t exceeded your mileage allowance and there’s no damage beyond normal wear and tear, you shouldn’t have any additional fees to pay.
You’ll then be free to lease another new car, or explore other options if you’d prefer.
For more information, read our guide on what happens at the end of a car lease.
If you exceed a mileage allowance on your lease agreement, you may have to pay additional fees.
This will vary depending on your agreement but is usually done on a per-mile basis. It’s worth checking your documents for an accurate figure.
carwow is here to help you through the car leasing process. If you’re unsure about which car is right for you, the car chooser is here to help find models to suit your needs.
Once you’ve found the right car, you’ll then be able to compare offers from our approved dealers. There’s no haggling to worry about, and you can do it all from the comfort of your sofa.
You can find more information about leasing a car through carwow in this handy guide.