Hybrid car finance

Considering a hybrid car on finance? There are many benefits that might make hybrid vehicles cheaper to run. See if buying a hybrid car might be right for you.

Hybrid car finance

Considering a hybrid car on finance? There are many benefits that might make hybrid vehicles cheaper to run. See if buying a hybrid car might be right for you.

Buying a hybrid car on finance can give you the best of both worlds. Hybrid cars give you the ability to do some zero-emission driving, as well as offering a greater mileage range for longer journeys. But with so many different types of hybrid cars and ways to finance them, it’s difficult to know what’s best for you.

If you have a hybrid vehicle you’d like to finance, contact our Moneybarn Direct Team. Tell them the details of the car you’re interested in and include the registration number. They’ll then be able to let you know if we’ll finance that specific vehicle.

Hybrid car prices

Hybrid cars in the past have been notoriously expensive. Fortunately, as more have come into the UK market, there are many affordable hybrid cars available.

Here are some of the cheapest hybrid cars on sale in the UK:

Buying a hybrid car on finance can give you the best of both worlds. Hybrid cars give you the ability to do some zero-emission driving, as well as offering a greater mileage range for longer journeys. But with so many different types of hybrid cars and ways to finance them, it’s difficult to know what’s best for you.

If you have a hybrid vehicle you’d like to finance, contact our Moneybarn Direct Team. Tell them the details of the car you’re interested in and include the registration number. They’ll then be able to let you know if we’ll finance that specific vehicle.

Hybrid car prices

Hybrid cars in the past have been notoriously expensive. Fortunately, as more have come into the UK market, there are many affordable hybrid cars available.

Here are some of the cheapest hybrid cars on sale in the UK:

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Starting at £18,745

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is great for town driving. It has a good turning circle with a reversing camera helping you to park at work or the shops. It is a self-charging hybrid, meaning it recharges while you drive, such as when braking.

The Yaris Hybrid is the cheapest hybrid car to buy. However, that doesn’t mean Toyota have cut corners with quality. It was named Car of the Year 2021 for its use of technology and sleek design.

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Starting at £18,745

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is great for town driving. It has a good turning circle with a reversing camera helping you to park at work or the shops. It is a self-charging hybrid, meaning it recharges while you drive, such as when braking.

The Yaris Hybrid is the cheapest hybrid car to buy. However, that doesn’t mean Toyota have cut corners with quality. It was named Car of the Year 2021 for its use of technology and sleek design.

Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Renault Clio E-Tech Hybrid

Starting at £19,170

The iconic Clio has been around for over 30 years now, and Renault have stepped it up a gear with its E-Tech Hybrid model. It offers an impressive fuel economy of 64.2mpg, and an active emergency brake system to keep you safe when driving in the city.

The plug-in hybrid system is designed to provide purely electric power in short bursts. This offers a relaxed and comfortable ride, with decent space in the rear and the boot. 

Renault Clio E-Tech Hybrid

Renault Clio E-Tech Hybrid

Starting at £19,170

The iconic Clio has been around for over 30 years now, and Renault have stepped it up a gear with its E-Tech Hybrid model. It offers an impressive fuel economy of 64.2mpg, and an active emergency brake system to keep you safe when driving in the city.

The plug-in hybrid system is designed to provide purely electric power in short bursts. This offers a relaxed and comfortable ride, with decent space in the rear and the boot. 

Renault Clio E-Tech Hybrid

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

Starting at £22,495

If you’re looking for a practical family car, the five-door Hyundai Kona Hybrid might be right for you. Its infotainment system and rear reversing camera make it good for town driving.

It is a self-charging hybrid, offering a decent fuel economy of up to 56.5mpg. Hyundai have improved the Kona’s steering and suspension from older models, meaning this offers a quieter and less bumpy ride than previous models might have.

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

Starting at £22,495

If you’re looking for a practical family car, the five-door Hyundai Kona Hybrid might be right for you. Its infotainment system and rear reversing camera make it good for town driving.

It is a self-charging hybrid, offering a decent fuel economy of up to 56.5mpg. Hyundai have improved the Kona’s steering and suspension from older models, meaning this offers a quieter and less bumpy ride than previous models might have.

Hyundai Kona Hybrid

Toyota Prius

Starting at £24,245

Toyota’s hybrid version of the Prius is a plug-in hybrid which allows for some zero-emissions driving around town without the range anxiety of a pure electric vehicle. Bear in mind that you will need to be able to charge it, whether at home or work. If that’s not a problem, then this five door hatchback just might be the right car for you.

Toyota Prius hybrid

Toyota Prius

Starting at £24,245

Toyota’s hybrid version of the Prius is a plug-in hybrid which allows for some zero-emissions driving around town without the range anxiety of a pure electric vehicle. Bear in mind that you will need to be able to charge it, whether at home or work. If that’s not a problem, then this five door hatchback just might be the right car for you.

Toyota Prius hybrid

Hyundai Ioniq

Starting at £24,395

Available as either a self-charging or plug-in hybrid, the Hyundai Ioniq offers a slightly firmer ride than the Toyota Prius. It is a great city ride. The electric motor can power the car by itself at low speeds. The car’s interior is plain and simple, with plenty of room in both the front and the back. 

Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai Ioniq

Starting at £24,395

Available as either a self-charging or plug-in hybrid, the Hyundai Ioniq offers a slightly firmer ride than the Toyota Prius. It is a great city ride. The electric motor can power the car by itself at low speeds. The car’s interior is plain and simple, with plenty of room in both the front and the back. 

Hyundai Ioniq

What your loan could look like

Summary

  • Monthly payment: £000.00
  • Total to repay: £00,000.00
  • Calculated APR: 00.0%

Representative 31.9% APR

What your loan could look like

  • Monthly payment: £000.00
  • Total to repay: £00,000.00
  • Calculated APR: 00.0%

Representative 31.9% APR

Hybrid cars we can help finance

As with any vehicle finance provider, every vehicle we finance has to fit into a specific criteria. Hybrid vehicle finance is slightly different and as hybrid vehicles are changing constantly this is looked at on a case-by-case basis.

The only type of hybrid car we are certain we will not finance are those where the battery is leased from the manufacturer separately to the vehicle.

Hybrid van finance

At the moment there are not many hybrid vans on sale in the UK. Ford offer two hybrid van models:

  • Ford Tourneo Custom
  • Ford Transit Custom

There are a number of advantages to running a hybrid van:

  • They offer better fuel economy than a conventional van
  • There are government tax benefits if you are a business using a hybrid van, as it classes as an Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV)

Hybrid cars we can help finance

As with any vehicle finance provider, every vehicle we finance has to fit into a specific criteria. Hybrid vehicle finance is slightly different and as hybrid vehicles are changing constantly this is looked at on a case-by-case basis.

The only type of hybrid car we are certain we will not finance are those where the battery is leased from the manufacturer separately to the vehicle.

Hybrid van finance

At the moment there are not many hybrid vans on sale in the UK. Ford offer two hybrid van models:

  • Ford Tourneo Custom
  • Ford Transit Custom

There are a number of advantages to running a hybrid van:

  • They offer better fuel economy than a conventional van
  • There are government tax benefits if you are a business using a hybrid van, as it classes as an Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV)

Unfortunately, hybrid vans don’t benefit from as many tax breaks and advantages as an electric van. However, you can drive them for longer without having to worry about charging them. They will also save you money on fuel, so they still have some great advantages to them.

The only type of hybrid van we are certain we will not finance are those where the battery is leased from the manufacturer separately to the vehicle.

If you are looking for hybrid van finance, contact our Moneybarn Direct Team or fill out an online application. Tell them the details of the van you’re interested in and include the registration number. They’ll then be able to let you know if we’ll finance that specific vehicle.

Ford Transit Custom van

Unfortunately, hybrid vans don’t benefit from as many tax breaks and advantages as an electric van. However, you can drive them for longer without having to worry about charging them. They will also save you money on fuel, so they still have some great advantages to them.

The only type of hybrid van we are certain we will not finance are those where the battery is leased from the manufacturer separately to the vehicle.

If you are looking for hybrid van finance, contact our Moneybarn Direct Team or fill out an online application. Tell them the details of the van you’re interested in and include the registration number. They’ll then be able to let you know if we’ll finance that specific vehicle.

Ford Transit Custom van

Electric car finance

Hybrid vehicle finance might not be right for everyone. If you’re considering electric car finance instead, we can help guide you to the right electric vehicle.

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