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Ford has been at the forefront of family motoring in the UK for decades. The brand’s popularity has suffered with competition from all sides in recent years, but it has bounced back with new models incorporating hybrid engine technology, which has contributed to lower CO2 emissions and better fuel economy.
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Ford hybrid range: current models
Ford currently has four models in its line-up with variants powered by forms of hybrid engine.
The Ford Puma looks the part, is good to drive and comes with a sizable boot. Other SUVs are more comfortable and provide better visibility, but the Puma’s use of Ford’s mild-hybrid engine reduces emissions and improves fuel economy.
A spacious, practical family SUV, the Ford Kuga is great to drive, while there’s a choice of two ‘proper’ hybrids - self-charging hybrid and plug-in hybrid set-ups - to help reduce emissions and fuel consumption. However, you can find nicer cabins and better infotainment systems in some of the Kuga’s alternatives.
The Ford Galaxy isn’t the most exciting seven-seater car out on the market, but it’s affordable, very practical, pretty good to drive and returns decent economy, thanks to its 2.5 self-charging hybrid engine.
Ford hybrid FAQs
Self-charging hybrids combine a hybrid battery with a conventional combustion engine to boost power and improve efficiency. Self-charging hybrid vehicles have less all-electric range than plug-in hybrids, but are still capable of driving short distances on electric-only power at lower speeds.
As with all hybrids, a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) combines a conventional engine with a battery-powered electric motor. PHEVs are capable of short electric-only journeys and can be charged at home, using a wallbox, or at some public chargepoints.
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