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Plug-In Petrol Hybrid Cars For Sale in NZ

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Used Car For Sale from New Zealand
2015 Audi A3 PHEV
Reduced by $3,000
49,985kms | Automatic | 1400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$19,995 + ORC
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2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
Reduced by $2,000
84,160kms | Automatic | 2400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$27,880
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2013 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 4WD
Reduced by $1,997
163,341kms | Automatic | 1998cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$13,980 + ORC
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2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV 4WD
32,360kms | Automatic | 2400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$36,380 + ORC
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2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV
31,084kms | Automatic | 2400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$35,380 + ORC
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2016 Volkswagen Golf GTE PHEV Turbo
53,798kms | Automatic | 1400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$26,380 + ORC
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2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
35,116kms | Automatic | 2400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$33,380 + ORC
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2015 Volkswagen Golf GTE PHEV Turbo
51,140kms | Automatic | 1400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$23,380 + ORC
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2017 Mini Countryman Cooper S PHEV Turbo
66,010kms | Automatic | 1500cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$29,380 + ORC
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2015 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
66,766kms | Automatic | 2000cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$26,380 + ORC
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2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
84,472kms | Automatic | 2400cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$28,380 + ORC
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2017 Toyota Prius PHV PHEV
95,922kms | Automatic | 1800cc | Plug-In Petrol Hybrid
$19,380 + ORC

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Plug-In Petrol Hybrid Cars

Plug-in petrol hybrid cars have gained significant popularity in recent years, and for good reason. These vehicles use a combination of both gasoline and electric power to improve fuel efficiency, reduce emissions, and provide an overall more efficient driving experience. In New Zealand, where fuel prices can be high, hybrid cars offer a great option for cost savings.

One of the key benefits of plug-in hybrids is their ability to run on electricity alone for short distances, meaning they emit zero emissions during that time. This makes them ideal for driving around urban areas or short commutes. Additionally, when the battery runs low, the car seamlessly switches over to gasoline power without any noticeable change in performance.

Another advantage is their improved fuel economy compared to traditional gas-powered vehicles. With some models capable of achieving 5-6 liters per 100 kilometers, hybrids allow drivers to save significantly on fuel costs over time. Furthermore, because hybrids produce fewer emissions than conventional vehicles they qualify for discounts on road user charges making ownership even more cost-effective.

New Zealand's hilly terrain also presents unique challenges to vehicle performance which hybrids excel at addressing due to their combined power systems which enhances acceleration particularly up hills.
Hybrids are often marketed as luxury vehicles because they come equipped with various modern features such as automated climate control and infotainment systems including support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto but the reality is that some hybrid options can also be affordable without sacrificing these luxury features.

While there are many positives about plug-in petrol hybrid cars there are also downsides such as limited range on pure electric power or battery degradation after a few years of use.

Overall, plug-in petrol hybrid cars are a smart choice for New Zealanders looking for an efficient yet stylish vehicle that offers an environmentally conscious solution. With its rugged topography and unique environment challenges its imperative Kiwi drivers make eco-conscious decisions wherever possible.

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