Citroën ë-C4 – offering a maximum 219-mile all-electric range
Electric vehicles, in particular, can go considerable distances between charges – and since there are numerous charging options available, you need never worry about range anxiety. Let’s take a look at the relative merits of electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid vehicles.
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It depends on the vehicle and its battery capacity. For example, it costs £17* for the Citroën ë-C4 to be fully charged at home.
*Please note: this is an average figure that is correct at the time of writing. The actual cost will be dependent on your energy-supplier tariff and other factors
Again, it depends on the car and the battery – and where and how the charging takes place. Let’s look at the Citroën ë-C4: at home using a three-pin (3kW) power supply, it takes about 16.7 hours. With a dedicated home-charging (7kW) wallbox, the time is reduced to around 7.1 hours. With arapid-charging (50kW) public connector, a full charge takes approximately one hour.
It varies from vehicle to vehicle. EVs offer greater range. For instance, the all-electric Citroën ë-C4 offers up to 219 miles. Plug-in hybrids provide more range than a hybrid; for example, the new Citroën C5 Aircross PHEV is capable of a 34-mile pure-electric range.