Overview If you’re looking to begin your electric journey, there’s no better place to start than with Birchwood. We not only have the best electric cars on Motability, we have the expertise to make your transition to electric as seamless as possible.
Benefits of going Electric / Hybrid Discover how an electrified car can make your life easier There are many advantages to electric and hybrid motoring – please read on to learn more.
    Charging Support You’ll likely do the majority of your electric vehicle (EV) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) charging at home. This is why the cost of standard installation of a home chargepoint is covered by Motability
    Whenever you’re out and about and you need to stop and charge your Motability vehicle, you’ll have access to the bp pulse charging network. (Conditions apply.)
    A choice for everyone The average EV battery range is about 200 miles, although it varies from car to car. The Kia EV6, for example, has a range of up to 328 miles.
    Cheaper running costs EVs in particular are very affordable to run because, pound for pound, electricity is cheaper than fossil fuel. It’s much cleaner too, which means that all electric, plug-in hybrid and the majority of hybrid vehicles are ULEZ friendly.
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    Electric/Hybrid Vehicles available on Motability. view our range of kia, skoda and ford electric/hybrid vehicles At Birchwood branches throughout Sussex, we have the following hybrid and electric cars available on Motability...
    FAQs. read our frequently asked questions

    Can I get a home chargepoint on the Motability Scheme?


    Yes – the cost of a standard chargepoint installation is covered by Motability.

    Can I have a home chargepoint fitted and get access to the bp pulse network?


    Yes. It provides access to more than 9,000 bp pulse chargers located around the UK. For full details, please click here.

    Do I need to give my home chargepoint back at the end of my lease?


    No. It’s yours to keep, even after the lease has ended.

    I have a problem with my home chargepoint. What do I do?


    Your home chargepoint is covered by a three-year warranty, during which time you can call the installer (Ohme: 0203 936 9571 or Easee: 0300 456 4566). We recommend that you insure your home chargepoint (as part of your home insurance) in case of damage.

    What's the difference between a tethered and untethered chargepoint?

    • Tethered – a chargepoint that has a charging cable already connected.
    • Untethered – you’ll need to connect your car’s charging cable (all Motability EVs and PHEVs are supplied with a charging cable).

    Can I get a solar-compatible home chargepoint?


    Yes. However, you would need to cover the extra cost. Full details can be found here.