- Published: Monday, 19 April 2021 20:47
The MG HS is now a hybrid, to be exact it's actually a PHEV, and can be charged at home or with a Type 2 charger.
We had the HS Exclusive on review for 7 days, meaning we had chance to really get to grips with it, the petrol HS was a great SUV, and this builds on that by offering over 30 miles of pure electric range, 275bhp meaning 0-60 in around 7s and upto 130mpg.
It's full of premmium materials, safety and features a 10 speed automatic gearbox.
Our model retails for just over £32,000
The Mercedes Benz eSprinter is an interesting alternative to the diesel, the first thing you need to know though is this van will not suit everybody.
The Electric Sprinter is powered by a 90kW electric motor develops 114 bhp and offers just over 90 miles of range, it has driving modes and 4 levels of regenerative braking.
It has a lower payload limit than the eVito and comes in one size and trim L2 H2 and Progressive.
This is the perfect van for a local delivery company, motorway driving is possible and in all honesty it drives great weight, find out more in our review.
Welcome to the new Audi A3 Sportback PHEV Powered by a 4 cylinder, 1.4 TFSI engine which is Euro 6 with an 80 kw electric motor, coupled to a 6 speed S Tronic dual clutch automatic gearbox.
Need to charge? well a full charge from empty will take a little over 4 hours using a Type 2 charger.
You can choose from three trims in the range, the S, the S Line and the S Line Competition – and it’s built on the VW Golf chassis as well as other VWG cars including the Octavia from Skoda.
The all new Renault Clio, the perfect supermini?
The Clio has been being made for over 30 years, and this latest generation really ups the game.
The model we have is the RS Line in magnificient celadon blue, and a number packs including the Motorway pack and Luxury pack.
We have a 130bhp 1.3 litre 4 cylinder engine coupled to a 7 speed dual clutch gearbox and this warm hatch will hot 60 in around 9 seconds.
There is a range of engines to choose from as well as various power outputs with the petrol variant, there is a diesel and even a hybrid, which can run on pure electric.
Our model with packs retails for £22,705.
The car is one of the best handling cars we've driven in some time, and offers a dynamic driving experience, we obviuosly don't wnat to give too much away,
we can also say the combo of the 1.3 and the gearbox is pretty unbeatable, lightining changes, no turbo lag to speak of and decent performance, and even driven by Ben still offering 42mpg.
Find out more in the video.