The model line-up
As a leading retailer of Nissan and Kia vehicles, we at Berwick Motor Group are familiar with electric and hybrid models. Both manufacturers are working hard to provide drivers with cleaner options that not only deliver outstanding performance, but also offer the on-board equipment and assistance features that make every journey enjoyable and safe. The result is a line-up of state-of-the-art vehicles which help to cut global carbon emissions, and which provide a unique driving experience that simply cannot be matched by cars with a combustion engine.
With both electric and hybrid options available, you can choose the solution that suits you best. Whether you’re looking to make the first step towards a greener drive with a hybrid, or want to plunge headlong into the joys of fully electric motoring, we have a model in our selection to suit you. View our Nissan and Kia electric and hybrid vehicles below, and click on any vehicle to find out more. Of course, if you’re ready to book a test drive, don’t hesitate to get in touch with your local Berwick Motor Group dealership. We’ll be happy to help.
Electric vehicles explained
There are three key types of electric vehicle, giving you the freedom to choose what level of electrification is most suitable for your needs. Below, you’ll find a brief explanation of each to help you decide which option is best for you. Of course, our friendly team is always on hand to answer your questions and help you select your ideal electric or hybrid car.
We hope the information on this page has helped you to understand more about electric and hybrid vehicles and how they work. We’ve also provided the answers to some frequently asked questions here – but if you’d like to learn more, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Hybrid and electric vehicle batteries come with an extensive warranty – normally 8-12 years – so it’s unlikely that they’ll need to be replaced during the vehicle’s lifetime, especially if you’re buying new.
Charge times depend on several factors, including the make and model of the car, whether it’s a PHEV or electric car, and the type of charging point used.
Your electric or hybrid car will need to be serviced in line with the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure it continues to run smoothly.