Is it cheaper to run a hybrid SUV than a petrol SUV?

What extra costs are there in buying and running a hybrid instead of a petrol SUV?

Asked on 22 October 2020 by ken ward

Answered by Andrew Brady
The main cost will be in the purchase price - most hybrids are more expensive to buy than equivalent petrol models. Once you've bought it, though, it should cost less to run. A hybrid will use less fuel and servicing costs should be the same.
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