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Electric and hybrid cars are not cheap. They usually demand a premium over a comparable petrol or diesel equivalent, which is one of the hurdles slowing the uptake of low-emission cars right now.
But with recent reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been considering a scrappage scheme for EVs to help the automotive sector recover from its collapse at the hands of the coronavirus pandemic, there could be a fresh spark in interest in electrified models in coming months.
However, motorists will want to know which green cars they can count on – which is where What Car?’s Reliability Survey comes in…
Green and reliable: These are the top 10 rated hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric cars when it comes to dependability – and the 3 that are bottom of the list
The car magazine, which polls thousands of vehicle owners every year about life with their motors, has revealed which current pure electric and hybrid machines have the best reliability track records.
It comes in the week that the government has confirmed that pure electric owners will be able to fit their cars with green number plates from this autumn – and potentially benefit from being able to park more freely in cities and use bus lanes.