There's quite a premium to pay if you want plug-in hybrid capability for your Grandland. Prices start from around £34,500 with base 'SRi' trim - or around £35,000 with plusher 'Elite'-spec. And that's where the range stops because there's no longer a higher-powered 4WD version available. If you're comparing against an equivalent petrol or diesel model of the conventional sort, you'll find that this Hybrid derivative attracts a premium of around £5,000. You're going to need to budget £500 (inc. VAT) more for the optional 6.6kW on-board charger because it halves the battery replenishment time when charging with a 7kW wallbox.
'SRi' variants offer 18-inch gloss black alloy wheels with dark-tinted side windows and come with a 12-inch Pure Panel driver display with 10-inch central touchscreen. Also included is a 180-degree rear-view camera, a high gloss black colour-coded roof, roof rails, wheel arch cladding, skid plates and a heated steering wheel. 'Elite' variants introduce 19-inch Bi-Colour alloy wheels and additional technology, like LED Matrix automatic front lighting, wireless phone charging, advanced park assist, side blind spot alert, keyless entry and a power tailgate.