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New Nissan electric and hybrid vehicles

If you want to electrify your Nissan vehicle driving, there has never been a better time. Nissan is delivering on its promise to electrify the world by offering a range of incredible all-electric cars and vans. To make your switch to electric power free of any undue stress, confusion or hassle, the expert Sandicliffe team are here to help.

Discover everything you need to know about how electric cars work. Then, you can select the perfect Nissan EV for you and your lifestyle. Whether that‘s an electric SUV, electric hatchback or lectric van, you will find everything you need at Sandicliffe Nissan dealerships. If you have any further questions, don‘t hesitate to contact our team today.


*Fully electric

The ARIYA is the first crossover electric SUV in Nissan‘s range. This category-leading SUV delivers up to 248 electric miles alongside a host of advanced safety features. Built on Nissan‘s new e-4ORCE platform, the ARIYA is like nothing else on the UKs road. Discover everything you need to know about the new Nissan ARIYA in our handy blog.

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*Fully electric

The Nissan LEAF is one of the most popular electric hatchbacks in the world. And it is easy to see why. The 2022 LEAF is the most impressive yet. Offering a maximum driving range of up to 239 miles and a choice of two battery types for even greater flexibility, the LEAF is sure to remain a favourite. Find out what to expect from the 2022 Nissan LEAF in our expert blog.

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*Fully electric

Seat up to 7 people in this fantastic combi vehicle. Ideal for large families who want to travel in comfort and safety, the all-electric e-NV200 is an incredibly popular and versatile option. With a range of up to 187 emission-free miles, this passenger version of the e-NV200 van is here to take you and the whole family into an electrified future.

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*Fully electric

With the Nissan e-NV200 van, you can make your business even more sustainable and cost-effective. This powerful and capable electric commercial vehicle is perfect for small to medium businesses. With a load space of up to 4.2m³, the E-NV200 is more than enough for almost any business or commercial requirement.

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*Hybrid coming soon

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Different types of electric vehicles

Nissan‘s EV range is growing. Currently, Nissan only offers all-electric versions of its vehicles. However, the innovative Nissan e-POWER hybrid powertrain will be introduced to the Nissan Qashqai range in 2022. This will continue the electrical revolution that Nissan began with its all-electric offering.

With hybrid vehicles coming soon, it will only be a matter of time before Nissan starts offering the full spectrum of electric vehicles. To make it easier to find the right type of electric vehicle for you, we have detailed the major differences between the different types of EVs you may come across.

Mild hybrid

Although a Mild Hybrid vehicle has two sources of power ‐ a conventional engine and a small electric motor ‐ the electric motor does not power your car and you will not be able to drive on electricity alone. Instead, the electric motor is used to assist onboard appliances and electronics to improve efficiency.

Hybrid vehicles

Hybrid vehicles also have two power sources, but unlike a Mild Hybrid, a Hybrid vehicle can drive on electric power. It will seamlessly switch between petrol and electric miles for shorter distances and does not require plug-in charging ‐ the electric motor recharges using regenerative braking.

Plug-in electric vehicles

A Plug-In Hybrid or PHEV also fuses a conventional engine with an electric motor. But this time with a much higher voltage battery. This allows your PHEV to travel on pure electric miles for longer distances. Once your electric miles run out, your car will continue to work as a hybrid until it is plugged into a charging station.

All-electric driving

An all-electric vehicle will run solely on electric power. It is the only type of electric car that is 100% emission-free and offers an electric-only driving range of hundreds of miles. Once your electrical battery runs out, you can charge your EV using a 230V power socket at home, a wallbox or a public charging station.

Will buying an electric car save me money?

Buying an electric car can save significant amounts of money on your fuel costs. The longer you own and drive an EV, the more money you can save. Some reasons you should consider choosing a Nissan electric vehicle for your next new car include:

Purchase Incentives and Grants

Purchase incentives and grants

Government grants can make your electric or hybrid Nissan vehicle more affordable.

Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme

Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme

Save money on your home charging station with the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme.

No Road Tax

No road tax

Zero-emission vehicles are not required to pay any vehicle excise duty.

Reduced Maintenance & Service costs

Reduced maintenance and service costs

Electric cars are made of fewer parts, so you can expect simpler and cheaper servicing.

Exemptions from toll charges

Exemptions from toll charges

Electric cars are exempt from congestion and toll charges in low-emission zones.

Fuel Savings

Fuel savings

Running costs are lower for electric cars and you can fully charge your car for as little as £3.

Free parking

Free parking

Some cities in the UK also offer discounted or free parking rates for electric vehicles.

0% Benefit-in-Kind

0% Benefit-in-Kind

Any electric company car will be able to take advantage of Benefit-in-Kind tax relief.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No, electric cars are cheaper to run than petrol or diesel vehicles. This is because electricity is far cheaper than fossil fuel. Like all-electric cars, hybrid vehicles can also save you money by assisting the engine when powering the car. This makes you less reliant on petrol or diesel when you are driving. If you have any more questions about the benefits of owning an EV, contact Sandicliffe today.

Charging a plug-in hybrid or fully electric vehicle is as easy as charging a laptop or phone. All you have to do is plug into a charging point and wait for power. Public charging stations are becoming more common and Government grants are available for home and business charging points. To find out more about electric vehicle charging, contact the award-winning Sandicliffe team today.

No, Nissan currently only produces all-electric versions of its vehicles. However, its range is growing and the new Nissan e-POWER hybrid powertrain will be introduced to the Nissan Qashqai range in 2022. With hybrid vehicles on their way, you will soon be able to choose from a variety of drivetrains when selecting your new Nissan electric or hybrid vehicle. For more information about Nissan’s future electrification plans, contact Sandicliffe today.

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