The Fiat electric range may be in its infancy, but with expert engineering and inimitable style, there’s every reason to choose an EV or hybrid from the Italian manufacturer. Whether you’re a seasoned EV driver or making the first steps towards a greener future, Fiat has a model to suit your needs.
Electric cars can be charged at home, at many public places such as supermarkets and car parks, and at fuel stations.
Electric cars are typically cheaper to run than petrol or diesel cars, with an average cost of 2-4p per mile.
Regenerative braking takes energy that would otherwise be lost during braking and stores it in the battery to be reused during acceleration.
The batteries in modern electric and hybrid cars are designed to last for a minimum of 100,000 miles, so it’s unlikely that the battery pack will need replacing due to wear unless you’re buying a high mileage used vehicle.
Routine maintenance is no more costly for hybrid vehicles as it is for petrol and diesel ones. Electric cars may even be slightly cheaper to maintain due to the presence of fewer moving parts.
Yes – your electric car can be charged using a normal home power point, but it is advisable to invest in a wall box, which charges your vehicle more quickly.
Hybrid cars have several features that help them to conserve energy. These include regenerative braking and Auto Start/Stop, as well as an electric-only mode on some vehicles. Contact us today to find out how these will benefit you.