Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

As we look to find numerous ways to ensure the future of our planet, one of the first points of call are the vehicles we drive day after day.

It's more than evident that our cars, bikes, vans and lorries play their part in our current quality of environment, but they can also contribute to how it changes for the better.

As a result, manufacturers recognise the need to offer a choice of vehicles that is more in line with this vision, and here at Stoneacre, we want you to be able to start this transition early.

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Our Manufacturers

Explore our selection of alternatively fuelled vehicles available from Stoneacre right now.


A recent newcomer to the electrification of cars, Fiat now offers hybrid versions of its popular 500 city car and the robust Panda.


Ford is quickly expanding its portfolio of alternatively fuelled cars, with the all-new Kuga, Puma & Mach-E SUVs leading the way.


A flurry of new models have seen Honda's range of electrified vehicles grow quickly, with the chic Honda e looking like a game-changer.


Following its success with the Ioniq range, Hyundai is expanding its offering through the likes of its Kona and Tucson models.


The assortment of Kia Niro models and helping propel the South Korean manufacturer forward, while the new Soul EV also helps the cause.


Alongside Mazda's groundbreaking Skyactiv technology, the Japanese marque is also pushing ahead with the all-electric MX-30.


MG's resurgence continues with the ZS EV SUV, offering up to 231 miles of range on a full charge to curve any range anxiety.


What's interesting for Mitsubishi is that its most popular model is its bar-setting Outlander PHEV, which continues to shine.


Now in its second generation, the Nissan Leaf was one of the first mainstream EVs on the market, and is better than ever.


In somewhat of an electric revolution, Peugeot now has two fully-electric vehicles on offer in the forms of the e-208 and e-2008.


The all-electric Zoe continues to be one of Renault's leader in electrification, while the Clio has now gone hybrid.


SEAT is quickly looking to add hybrids and full EVs to its range, with the all-electric Mii, Tarraco PHEV and the new Leon evidence of this.


With the Ignis and Swift, Suzuki has implemented its SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) technology for the city streets and beyond.



One of the most established hybrid dealers currently on the market, Toyota is also forwardly thinking of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.


Having dipped into the EV market before, Vauxhall reenters the scene with the all-electric Corsa-e and the Grandland X PHEV.


Volvo is looking to have all models electrified in the near future, with an all-electric XC40 and hybrid XC60 and XC90 options available now.