Delivery times: These plug-in hybrids are still receiving funding

So if you still want to take advantage of the government premium for plug-in hybrids, you have to hurry up. Because an application can be made at the time of approval at the earliest – and not when the order is placed.

These eligible plug-in hybrids will still be delivered on time:

Selected products in tabular overview

Citroën C5 X Plug-in Hybrid

Citroën C5 X Plug-in Hybrid

Manufacturer guarantees delivery by the end of 2022/RRP from EUR 36,730/savings of up to EUR 7,344.00

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross plug-in hybrid

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Delivery time two to four months/RRP from EUR 39,990, savings of up to EUR 13,093/leasing from EUR 167


jeep renegade

Delivery time three to five months/ RRP from EUR 38,900, savings of up to EUR 12,186/ in leasing from EUR 289

Jeep Renegade e-Hybrid

Jeep Compass

Delivery time three to five months/ RRP from EUR 44,100, savings of up to EUR 13,204/ in leasing from EUR 293

Jeep Wrangler 4xe Rubicon

Jeep Wrangler

Delivery time three to five months/ RRP from EUR 77,500, savings of up to EUR 8,745

DS 7 Crossback E-Tense

DS 7 Crossback E-Tense

Delivery time four to five months/ RRP from EUR 47,580, savings of up to EUR 10,972

Mazda CX-60 e-Skyactiv PHEV 2.5 AWD

Mazda CX-60

Delivery time four to six months/ RRP from EUR 47,390, savings of up to EUR 11,674/ in leasing from EUR 237

Jaguar F-Pace D200 AWD

Jaguar F Pace

Delivery time four to six months/ RRP from EUR 72,900, savings of up to EUR 16,316/ in leasing from EUR 424

AUTO BILD shows which plug-in hybrids have a particularly short delivery time and, according to the new car comparison portal Carwow, could still be delivered on time!

Citroën C5 X plug-in hybrid: the relaxed one

The Citroën C5 X is a mixture of sedan, station wagon and SUV. And therefore combines the best of all three worlds: comfort, storage space and a relaxed driving experience. The French are available as a petrol engine and as a plug-in hybrid. The C5 X is electrified with 165 kW (224 hp), so it makes good progress and has a purely electric range of up to 60 kilometers.
Citroën C5 X Plug-in Hybrid

According to the WLTP, the all-electric range of the Citroën C5 X is 60 kilometers.

But that is not the focus, but rather the comfort. In the conclusion of the AUTO BILD test it says: “The C5 X plug-in hybrid offers a lot of space, a lot of comfort, with its fluffy chassis it is the anti-BMW. It arrives at its destination calmly, not quickly.” With a base price of 36,730 euros, the Citroën is definitely one of the inexpensive PHEVs. But best of all: The French brand currently guarantees delivery until the end of the year (as of July 29, 2022).

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: the dark one

Since 2021, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has only been available with a plug-in hybrid drive. That SUV uses the technology of the Outlander and relies on two electric motors (front and rear) and a 2.4-liter four-cylinder petrol engine. Together, the drives result in a system output of 188 hp. Thanks to the 13.8 kWh battery, the Japanese should be able to travel up to 61 km fully electrically.
Incidentally, the word “eclipse” comes from English and means “darkness”; an attribute that fortunately does not do justice to the Mitsubishi.
Carwow lists the Eclipse Cross with a delivery time of two to four months. So if you want to use a plug-in hybrid in the short term, you should take a look at the Mitsubishi. The base price is 39,990 euros.

Jeep Renegade: the reliable one

The Jeep Renegade Plug-in Hybrid is the only new-generation Renegade model still available with all-wheel drive. The combustion brothers are only on the road with front-wheel drive. Another advantage of the electrified Renegade: its short delivery time! According to Carwow, the Jeep should be on the doorstep in just three to five months.
Jeep Renegade 4xe PHEV

The Jeep Renegade is only available as a plug-in hybrid with all-wheel drive.

The off-road vehicle is available in four versions. In the base as Limited, then follows the Upland, then the Trailhawk, and finally the top model is the Renegade S. With the base model, you still have the choice between more or less power. You can choose between 190 or 240 hp. The three other versions only have the large motor.

60 hp is provided by the electric motor, the remaining 180 by the combustion engine. According to the manufacturer, the Renegade plug-in hybrid should cover up to 50 kilometers purely electrically. In the simplest version, the Jeep costs 38,900 euros, the top model at least 45,600 euros.

Jeep Compass: the comfortable one

The Jeep Compass is the bigger brother of the Renegade and, like it, only has all-wheel drive as a PHEV. All other Compass models are front-wheel drive. The delivery time is also the same as that of the Renegade – according to Carwow, it is currently only three to five months!
Like the Renegade, the Jeep Compass comes in four trim levels: Limited, Upland, Trailhawk and S. If you want a little less power, you have to go for the base model with 190 hp To fall back on. All others offer a system performance of 240 hp.

With the smaller engine, the purchase is of course also a bit cheaper, the price starts at 44,100 euros. The top model Compass S costs at least 51,100 euros. Its purely electric range is said to be 50 kilometers.

Jeep Wrangler: the outdoorsman

The Jeep Wrangler is the third in the group: it came onto the market as a PHEV after the Renegade and Compass. None of the three models are still available in the latest generation as classic combustion engines.
Unlike the Renegade and Compass – which are also available as e-hybrids – the Wrangler is only available as a plug-in hybrid. According to Carwow, people are currently waiting three to five months for the Jeep Wrangler. The base price is currently 77,500 euros.
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4xe

The Wrangler still drives with real four-wheel drive: Jeep has not changed the drive train compared to the combustion model.

The drive train remained untouched in the Wrangler, so that thanks to all-wheel drive the Jeep continues to master difficult terrain without any problems. The Wrangler is said to have an electric range of 79 kilometers and has an output of up to 279 kW (380 hp). However, the Wrangler is not the perfect choice for brisk trips through the narrow streets of the city.

Although it has more than enough power, the increased weight (due to the battery) is also noticeable in the heavily damped steering. The jeep simply feels most at home in its natural territory, between stones and mud.

DS 7 Crossback E-Tense: the individual

The DS 7 is French through and through. Whether it’s entry, equipment or handling – comfort and individuality are at the top of the list of priorities for the Crossback E-Tense. The French chic should not be missing either, as can be seen, for example, in the quilted leather in the interior. But even more interesting is the extremely short delivery time of the DS 7 Crossback E-Tense. According to Carwow, it is currently only four to five months.
DS7 Crossback

Comfort and individuality are at the top of the list of priorities for the Crossback E-Tense.

The plug-in hybrid is available in four different versions: “Bastille+”, “Performance Line”, “Performance Line+” and “Rivoli”. In the basic configuration, the DS as a PHEV costs at least 47,580 euros. In this execution, the Frenchman has 181 hp and should achieve a range of 55 kilometers purely electrically. The top model with a whopping 300 hp are available from 58,710 euros.

Mazda CX-60: the newcomer

With the CX-60, Mazda joins other premium SUVs from Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Co. The SUV is also the brand’s first plug-in hybrid model! And there is actually another milestone: With a system output of 241 kW (327 hp) and 500 Nm, the Mazda CX-60 is the most powerful production model from the Japanese to date.
With the SUV, Mazda is breaking new ground on several levels. At 47,390 euros, the base price will be well below the competition (for comparison: the Mercedes GLC as a PHEV costs 56,109 euros in the basic version).
Its current delivery time also stands out on the plug-in hybrid market. According to Carwow, this is currently only four to six months. Those who opt for the CX-60 will be driving a brand new SUV after this delivery period has expired, as the first cars are scheduled for delivery in summer 2022. In the first test drive, AUTO BILD achieved an all-electric range of 60 kilometers with the Mazda.

Jaguar F-Pace P400e: the high quality

Jaguar stands for British elegance, sportiness and high quality. The F-Pace P400e, the plug-in hybrid version of the stately SUV, is no exception. With all-wheel drive, it combines a 2.0-liter turbo petrol engine with an electric motor (155 hp) for a system output of 297 kW (404 hp) and, despite a weight of 2.2 tons, it hums to 100 km/h in just 5.3 seconds.

As is so often the case, the promised electric range of 59 kilometers can only be achieved with a much more cautious driving style. The specified 2.4 liters standard consumption are at least double in reality.

Jaguar F-Pace P400e

The delivery time of the electrified Jaguar F-Pace is four to six months – last chance for the bonus!

Its 4.73 meters in length give the F-Pace P400e a lavish amount of space with the usual elegant ambience. However, handiness and mobility in city traffic suffer from the dimensions, as well as from the tight chassis and the rather moderate visibility. If you want to have a purchase premium of 5625 euros deducted from the minimum price of the Jaguar F-Pace P400e of 72,900 euros, you have a chance: According to Carwow, the delivery time is currently four to six months.

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