How do hybrid cars charge?
A standard hybrid car is self-charging, as the batteries will automatically recharge whilst you drive. Wasted energy is also captured to recharge the batteries as you slow the car down. Every Honda car is self-charging, so trips to the petrol station will be rare. This also means that it is very unlikely the car will run out of battery. It is important to note however, that standard hybrids are not designed to run without fuel.
A plug-in hybrid can do all that as well as be plugged into a mains electricity point whilst it’s parked. The simplest way to charge it is using a three-pin socket, however as this is the slowest method of charging, most people prefer to have a wallbox installed to significantly speed up charging time. A friendly member of our team will be happy to advise you on the installation of a wallbox. A plug-in hybrid can run on electricity only, with a typical range of 20 to 40 miles if fully charged.
There are thousands of charging points across the UK at a range of locations, making it easy and convenient to charge your Honda. You can look at a map of charging points across the country here: https://www.zap-map.com/live/