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CHOOSE THE RIGHT POWER FOR YOU

Did you know the way you drive, where you drive and how far you drive can all have a big influence on your vehicle’s performance and efficiency? For instance, regular commuting in stop-start city traffic will typically benefit from a different kind of power to regular journeys on motorways or frequent towing.

Here we can help you find the right fit for your driving needs.

TYPES OF LAND ROVER POWER

  • PLUG-IN HYBRID (PHEV) – PETROL

    A Land Rover plug-in hybrid is ideal if you have access to or can install a home or work charging point, and regularly drive short distances in urban areas.

  • MILD HYBRID (MHEV) – PETROL

    A Land Rover petrol mild hybrid is ideal if you regularly drive short distances in urban areas and don’t have access to or are unable to install a home or work charging point.

  • MILD HYBRID (MHEV) – DIESEL

    A Land Rover diesel mild hybrid is ideal if you regularly drive long distances on motorways and want the ultimate in Land Rover towing capability.

HELP ME CHOOSE

Answer five quick questions about your driving habits to see if your next vehicle should be a plug-in hybrid or mild hybrid.

WILL YOUR CAR BE OWNED BY YOU OR YOUR COMPANY?

CAN YOU INSTALL A HOME CHARGER?

General requirements include off-street parking and an appropriate power supply.