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 2021 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.
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