Cars with Grants

No one can deny that electric cars look expensive to buy. But the government is keen for us to make the switch, so it offers us a little financial help to make the figures add up.If the pure electric car you are looking to buy has a list price of less than £35,000, you’ll be able to get £2,500 off the cost with the Plug In Car Grant. You won’t even need to do any paperwork, as the dealer will do it all for you and the money will be automatically deducted from your invoice. There is a decent selection of cars which qualify too, ranging from family-sized SUVs to sporty hatchbacks.All the prices we list already have the grant money deducted from the total so the cost you’ll see is what you’ll pay.


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