The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) was launched in April 2019. Its purpose is to reduce harmful vehicle emissions and thereby improve air quality. It does so by encouraging the use of cars that produce low / zero emissions and discouraging those vehicles which produce high-emission levels.
Currently, ULEZ applies to all parts of London contained within the North and South Circular Roads – but from 29th August 2023, ULEZ will expand to include every London borough.
Please check out our frequently asked questions below – if you still have a query, please don’t hesitate to contact your local Hyundai Retailer in Milton Keynes, Bletchley or Upminster.
Yes, the latest scrappage scheme provides eligible applicants with up to £2,000 when they scrap their existing, non-ULEZ-friendly vehicle. Full details can be found at https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/ultra-low-emission-zone/scrappage-schemes.
There is. In such circumstances, drivers are liable for a £180 penalty charge.
Yes, all hybrid vehicles (mild, full and plug-in hybrids) meet with ULEZ emissions standards.
Yes, the Mustang Mach-E and Mustang Mach-E GT are fully electric, which means it produces zero CO2 and NOx emissions. They’re also very cost effective to run, despite their considerable power.
Everything You Need to Know About ULEZ
This short video presented by Ross Lydall, Transport Editor of the Evening Standard, provides a handy guide to ULEZ.
Charging Your ULEZ-Friendly Plug-In Hybrid or Electric Vehicle
All mild hybrid and full hybrid Hyundai are self-charging, which means no driver input is required. Alternatively, plug-in hybrid and pure-electric Hyundai models need manual charging, which can be done at home, at work or at one of thousands of public charging points located across the UK.