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The benefits Discover more about the benefits of electric motoring Switching to a hybrid or electric vehicle provides cleaner everyday driving while saving you more.
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How to charge Learn how to charge your electric or hybrid vehicle All hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) feature a battery – however, not all hybrids require manual charging. Indeed, it’s only EVs and plug-in electric hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) that need this. Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), on the other hand, are self-charging.
You can charge your EV/PHEV at home using a three-pin (3 kW) power supply or a dedicated fast-charging (7 kW) wallbox. When out and about, there are thousands of public charging connectors located all around the UK, many of which offer rapid-charging (50 kW) capability or higher.


Would you like to know more? Below, you’ll find our most frequently asked questions. Of course, you’re welcome to contact us with any queries you might have.

Should I choose an all-electric or plug-in hybrid Citroën?


It depends on your motoring style and needs. For 100% impartial advice, please don’t hesitate to contact the Croxdale Citroën team.

How much does it cost to run an EV?


All EVs vary. For instance, it costs about £17 to fully charge (zero to 100%) the ë-SpaceTourer at home using a standard three-pin socket or a dedicated home charger.

How long does it take to charge an EV?


It depends on the car. The ë-C4, for example, takes roughly 7.1 hours to fully charge at home with a 7kW dedicated wallbox. When using a public 50kW rapid charger, it takes about an hour.