Our journeys are mostly 10 miles or less - should we go for an electric car?

We are satisfied Honda Jazz owners for 17 years but are thinking of going electric to help the environment. Nowadays our journeys are mostly 10 miles or less but occasionally over hundred miles. D we choose a plug-in hybrid or an EV or neither?

Asked on 9 January 2020 by John Cropp

Answered by Andrew Brady
If you can charge a car at home, it sounds like an electric vehicle would suit you well. Consider the Hyundai Kona Electric, the new Honda E or Peugeot e-208.
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