How does a hybrid car work?
The hybrid offers an optimized driving experience thanks to technology combining two energy sources: electric and internal combustion. As a general rule, hybrid cars are therefore composed of an internal combustion engine powered by gasoline or diesel and an electric motor powered by a rechargeable battery.
When starting, the electric motor propels the vehicle at low speed. If the motorist accelerates, the heat engine is triggered to move the car forward with more power. During the deceleration and braking phases, the energy generated is stored in the battery for later use.
Depending on the battery charge and driving speed, the hybrid vehicle’s power management system regulates the use of the two motors to optimize its performance.
If you want to be sure to find the best hybrid car, our AM Importation experts offer vehicles imported from Europe at unbeatable prices.
Why choose a hybrid vehicle?
Buying a hybrid car imported from Europe offers many advantages.
First of all, the technology of these vehicles allows reduced fuel consumption and, by definition, economical. Unlike thermal vehicles, the hybrid is not affected by the ecological penalty.
When buying, importing is also the guarantee of finding a cheap hybrid car while helping to preserve the environment.
In addition, we import our used hybrid vehicles from official dealerships which offer a much greater variety of choices than in France.
Thus, they offer the security of a mechanical guarantee everywhere in Europe directly from the manufacturer.
Competitive price on the hybrid market
Importing used hybrid vehicles offers the guarantee of savings of 15 to 30% on purchase from the manufacturer, but also in the long term.
Wide range of choices
Official dealerships offer more hybrid models throughout Europe, at a competitive price with the security of having a mechanical guarantee of quality.
Reduced environmental impact
Hybrid cars have lower fuel consumption than traditional cars, which contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.