What annual mileage would be recommended to justify the extra cost of a petrol hybrid?

What annual mileage would be recommended to justify the extra cost of a petrol hybrid?

Asked on 18 January 2019 by ken ward

Answered by Honest John
For a self-charging hybrid you need to be doing 8000 miles a year plus with plenty of longer tuns to balance out local use or the hybrid battery will not re-charge sufficiently.
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