Renault UK is enhancing the offers available on its new Zoe all-electric supermini until the end of March in order to smooth the transition to the new Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) that was announced as part of yesterday’s Budget. Until 31 March 2020, Renault UK will offer customers placing new retail/fleet orders for a new Zoe an additional £500 to top-up the new Plug-in Car Grant amount of £3,000 back up to the previous £3,500. This is in addition to the existing current retail incentive to switch of £1,000, meaning that a new Zoe will now start from £24,670 including PiCG and all retail discounts applied.
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The SEAT Mii electric has now opened for ordering across the manufacturer’s UK dealer network on 24th October. The fully-electric city car marks the first chapter in SEAT’s electrification programme. Priced from £19,300 (including Plug-in Car Grant), the Mii electric…
MG Motor UK has secured 2,000 orders for its first electric car, the ZS EV, in just two months since launch. In light of this success, the brand has introduced a new offer for the next 1,000 retail customer orders, continuing to match the government’s plug-in car grant for the ZS EV Exclusive version.
The Mini brand’s first plug-in hybrid model will receive its UK debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed on 29th June to 2nd July. The new car now offers the option of purely electric driving with zero tailpipe emissions
The uptake of plug-in cars reached a record high in the UK with more than 115 electric cars registered every day during the first quarter of 2016.
Mitsubishi has reported that sales of its vehicles in the UK in February were up 28 per cent compared with the same month last year, according to figures released by the SMMT.
Mitsubishi says it is enjoying a wave of interest in its Outlander PHEV ahead of a reduction in government grants from 1 March
According to industry body Go Ultra Low, plug-in car sales in 2015 exceeded the total for the previous five years combined
The government has today announced a long-term extension to the plug-in car grant, backed by a £400 million package to treble the number of ultra low emission vehicles on Britain’s roads.