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INTRODUCING E-HYBRID VEHICLES

A new way to drive

When it comes to choosing your next company or fleet car, there are more things to consider now than ever before.  What’s the best way to balance cost and environmental considerations for your business? We understand that before making the switch to e-HYBRID, it’s important to know all the facts. So, we’re here to explain the benefits you can enjoy and help you decide if it is the right choice for you.

The best of both

An e-HYBRID can effortlessly switch between petrol and electric power, enabling you to reduce both your fuel costs and emissions. If you’re ready to make your first step on the road to electric, you can begin your journey by transitioning to an e-HYBRID and enjoy the best of both worlds.

Switch and see

Making the switch from petrol or diesel to lower emission driving with an e-HYBRID can generate some valuable savings for your business, whether you’re a company car driver or fleet manager.

  • Thanks to its fuel economy, BIK rates for the SEAT e-HYBRID range start from just 12%**.
  • The e-HYBRID range from SEAT produces CO2 emissions as low as 25g/km for the Leon 5 door.  Low emissions can contribute to improved Writing Down Allowance rates resulting in a lower tax rate for businesses.
  • The lower CO2 output also offers lease rental advantages, with tax relief given for lower emissions.

Get the lowdown on our range of engine options:

e-HYBRID explained

Internal combustion engine

ICE: An engine that uses either petrol or diesel and usually emits higher levels of CO2 than cars powered by alternative fuels. This is the most commonly used.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle

PHEV (e-HYBRID): A combination of an ICE engine and an electric motor.  A PHEV uses the electric motor at low speeds and switches to petrol as and when required, to optimise fuel efficiency.

Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle

MHEV: A mild hybrid car uses a smaller battery and a motor generator that can both create electricity and help boost the engine output. Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicles do not use plug-in technology, but can be more economical than an ICE vehicle.

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Internal combustion engine

ICE: An engine that uses either petrol or diesel and usually emits higher levels of CO2 than cars powered by alternative fuels. This is the most commonly used.

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Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle

PHEV (e-HYBRID): A combination of an ICE engine and an electric motor.  A PHEV uses the electric motor at low speeds and switches to petrol as and when required, to optimise fuel efficiency.

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Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle

MHEV: A mild hybrid car uses a smaller battery and a motor generator that can both create electricity and help boost the engine output. Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicles do not use plug-in technology, but can be more economical than an ICE vehicle.

Explore your options

Leon e-HYBRID

The Leon e-HYBRID can travel on 100% electric power for up to 40 miles* (official test values) and in the SEAT ECO mode, detects driving conditions and automatically switches between petrol and electric for optimum efficiency. Find out more.

Is an e-HYBRID right for me?

As well as potential cost savings, range and charging are important factors when considering a move to an e-HYBRID. We cover all the considerations and answer the important questions on our dedicated page.

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Leon e-HYBRID

The Leon e-HYBRID can travel on 100% electric power for up to 40 miles* (official test values) and in the SEAT ECO mode, detects driving conditions and automatically switches between petrol and electric for optimum efficiency. Find out more.

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Is an e-HYBRID right for me?

As well as potential cost savings, range and charging are important factors when considering a move to an e-HYBRID. We cover all the considerations and answer the important questions on our dedicated page.

* The official (WLTP) range for the Leon 5 door FR 1.4 e-HYBRID DSG-auto 204PSe-HYBRID is up to 40 miles, depending on the model selected. Figures were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Mains electricity required for charging. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and equivalent all-electric range figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results.

 

** For tax year 23/24 and 24/25.

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