Ford has embraced its environmental responsibilities and in a bid to get its overall emissions down has created 2 different Hybrid models in the new 2020 Kuga line-up, starting with the 2.0 litre EcoBlue mHEV diesel which is what's known as a mild-hybrid - one that doesn't have a huge battery and can't be charged overnight - it simply recovers some charge from engine braking and cruising and stores the energy, using a small electric motor to add to the initial drive when pulling away from rest. This will save another 3-5 mpg, but doesn't give you electric only motoring. For that you need the 2.5 litre Ecoboost petrol PHEV - plug in hybrid, which has a large battery that can be recharged at home overnight and will give you around 30-35 miles of electric only motoring al slower speeds, ideal for city centres and commuting, then at higher speeds it switches back to the petrol engine. This sort of set-up is good for those who do regular commutes in traffic and occasional longer runs, and for those willing to recharge the car at home every night- and if you do you can save significantly on your fuel bills, rarely needing to use the big petrol engine, though there's plenty of power there when you need it. Orangewheels has some of the best discounts and deals available on the new 2020 Ford Kuga Hybrid 2.5 PHEV plug in petrol and 2.0 mHEV diesel, just click on the model above to add your required colours and optional extra equipment to see what is the best new Ford Kuga Hybrid deal and just how much you could save with our cheapest finance and PCP offers.