One of the most popular vehicle marques on UK roads, Nissan offers a lineup of vehicles that provides something for everyone. It also provides electric and hybrid vehicle solutions for both private and commercial motorists, thereby enabling everyone to take advantage of environmentally friendly motoring and cutting-edge technology.

Nissan’s selection of eco-friendly models is dominated by the iconic Nissan LEAF. This pioneering model has been at the forefront of the electric motoring world since it was first introduced, and continues to set the standard for others to follow. With a range of trim levels available, and the overall range available continuing to grow, choosing the LEAF will never fail to impress.

Those looking to invest in electric engine technology for business, meanwhile, have the option of the new Nissan Townstar electric van. Whether in Van or Combi iteration, you will be able to get behind the wheel of a vehicle that is flexible and cost-effective to run, as well as benefit from exceptional capability regardless of your commercial needs.

Discover more about the Nissan electric range by liaising with a member of the RRG Nissan team today.

Mild hybrid, optimising efficiency

Mild Hybrid, optimising efficiency

Mild Hybrid cars are the easiest way to switch to electrification. A petrol engine drives the wheels while an electric battery provides support during acceleration, up hills and while cruising. The only change you’ll notice is improved fuel efficiency and a more comfortable drive — particularly in stop-start traffic.

Hybrid, a thrilling electrified experience

Hybrid, a thrilling electrified experience

Hybrid vehicles add an electric motor to your everyday petrol engine to bring you many of the benefits of electric, without the need to charge. The system seamlessly switches between electric, combustion, or a combination of the two, automatically applying the most efficient driving solution.

e-POWER, a powerful combination

e-POWER, your first step towards going Electric

e-POWER combines a petrol engine which charges the battery with an electric motor that turns the wheels. e-POWER has lower emissions and running costs compared to a traditional petrol engine [2], but unlike a fully electric vehicle, you don't have to plug it in. There is also no compromise in terms of driving pleasure, e-POWER delivers instant acceleration giving you that Electric Vehicle feeling.


100% Electric, driving the future

100% Electric, driving the future

Powered by an electric motor and battery pack, you'll never need to visit the petrol station again. Electric power is clean, silent, efficient and cheaper, but you do need to charge, which may mean planning long journeys and installing a charging point at home.



One of the easiest ways to charge your car is at home. It’s fast, convenient and costs around 3.7p per mile*. With the Nissan LEAF’s range, the average driver need only charge a couple of times a week. There are lots of home installers out there, but we like to work with two of the best - E.ON Drive and Pod Point. Join us and the journey to cheaper motoring.



Zero tailpipe emissions, zero compromises. Depending on where you live, Nissan electric vehicles bring financial benefits such as cheaper maintenance, preferential parking rates, and avoidance of city congestion charges¹. That makes going electric an all-round smart choice with zero emissions while driving.


Nissan EV Charging


You can now simplify going electric by getting your electric vehicle, home charger and standard home installation all for one single monthly payment as part of a new finance offer available through Nissan dealerships nationwide.

The offer is the result of a collaboration between Nissan and our two preferred EV chargepoint installers – E.ON Drive and Pod Point.

To find out more contact us today and ask about our charger finance option.


The elegant Nissan LEAF on the road.


The 100% electric family car.

Available with a 39kWh or a powerful 59kWh battery, with sleek aerodynamics and advanced technologies* that give you a more relaxing drive on the road. Discover an all-new way of driving. You’ll be amazed by the Nissan LEAF.


The stunning Nissan ARIYA on a mountainous road


The 100% electric coupe crossover.

The 100% electric coupe crossover. The ARIYA crossover with optional e-4ORCE technology is the start of a new era of seamless, intuitive and adaptive experiences both onboard and offboard. All packaged in a sophisticated exterior design inspired by timeless Japanese futurism. Available in Summer 2022.


The striking New Nissan Qashqai


The ultimate crossover.

The ultimate crossover, with e-POWER coming soon. Pioneering the crossover segment in 2007, the Nissan Qashqai has remained a fan favourite due to its advanced technology, dynamic performance typical of a hatchback, and practical as well as desirable SUV-styling. Available soon.


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The compact crossover

An original attitude. Updated. Next generation Nissan Juke Hybrid has been designed with boldness at its heart, new details that catch every eye and intelligent safety systems [5].



  • Zero emissions motoring
  • Improved mileage and range
  • Leading electric engine technology

Types of Electric/Hybrid Vehicles Explained

There are a number of electric and hybrid options now available.

Hybrid Vehicles - HEV
Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Hybrid Electric Vehicles combine a battery powered motor with a traditional combustion engine, switching between the two effortlessly and charging the battery through a process known as regenerative braking.
Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles - PHEV
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) Also combining a battery powered motor with a petrol or diesel engine, plug-in hybrid options offer increased all-electric performance and improved economy, but do require suitable charging solutions for your home.
Battery Electric Vehicles - BEV
Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) Fully electric vehicles - such as the Nissan LEAF - produce zero CO2 emissions whatsoever and run entirely on the charge found in the battery. Use home or public charging points to ensure the model is always ready.
Mild Hybrid Vehicles - MHEV
Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV) Mild Hybrid cars are the easiest way to switch to electrification. A petrol engine drives the wheels while an electric battery provides support during acceleration, up hills and while cruising. The only change you’ll notice is improved fuel efficiency and a more comfortable drive
Other electric services Got a question or need help with an electric vehicle? We’re delighted to be able to showcase the full range of electric cars from Nissan here at RRG Nissan. Get in touch to find out more and to learn about the other electric vehicle services we can provide.