In case you haven’t noticed: The days when hybrids and electric cars annoyed dealers as slow-moving goods are over. Over 60,000 hybrid vehicles were newly registered according to KBA in September – with only around 30,000 diesels.
Are there already any hybrids on the used car market?
Yes, there are already some models there. Most of them are so-called Full hybrids (HEV). In short, this means: All-electric driving yes, charging at the socket no – the latter can only be mastered by them Plug-ins (PHEV). Full hybrids, on the other hand, only get their electricity from the Recovery of braking energy.
In this way, the vehicles can always manage without a plug with their smaller battery only short distances are emission-freebefore the burner helps them again. Never recharge having to, but also has advantages. Quite for drivers without a private charging facility it is what makes hybrid driving attractive in the first place. Also, the smaller battery improves the Environmental balance and holds that Vehicle weight low.