Considering Switching to Hybrid or Electric?

Considering Going Hybrid or Electric

Less Fuel, Reduced Tax & Low - No Emissions

Our Hybrid ​and Electric vehicles can help you save money and reduce your carbon footprint, without compromising on style and practicality offering a vehicle to suit every type of drive.

Reasons to Drive an Electric or Hybrid Vehicle

Electric Vehicle Plugged In

•  More economical to run

•  Lower maintenance costs

•  £0 Road fund licence (100% electric)

•  Lower to zero emissions

•  Lower company BIK tax

•  Quieter & more relaxing drive

•  Instant acceleration (100% electric)

•  Zero engine vibrations (100% electric)

•  Improves air quality in urban areas

Kia Hybrid Models

Stonic Mild-Hybrid

•  Mild-Hybrid (mHEV) Petrol

Ceed & XCeed Plug-In Hybrid

• Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) Petrol

Kia Sportage

All-New Sportage Plug-In Hybrid

•  Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) Petrol

Niro Hybrid

• Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) Petrol

• Hybrid (HEV) Petrol

Kia Connect App

For those who own an electric or plug-in hybrid Kia, The Kia Connect App gives you access to Kia Charge makes access to the UK and Europe’s public charging stations easy. You can find a station, charge and pay all with only one solution.

Kia Charge

For those who own a plug-in hybrid or an electric Kia, Kia Charge makes access to the UK and Europe’s public charging stations easy. You can find a station, charge and pay all with only one solution.

What are the differences between the types of hybrid vehicles

Mild Hybrid = mHEV

• Combines a small battery & clever motor
• Saves fuel
• Lower emissions
• No requirement to charge battery

Hybrid = HEV

• Switches between petrol and electric automatically
• Improved fuel economy
• Vehicle generates power as you drive
• No plugging in required
• Lower emissions
• Reduced VED rate & lower BIK tax.

Plug-In Hybrid = PHEV

• Larger battery than HEV models
• Plug-in at home or at a public charge point
• Up to a 35 mile electric range
• Lower fuel running costs
• Lower emissions

Kia Electric Models

Soul EV

•  100% Electric
•  Up to 282 Miles Range

Niro EV

• 100% Electric
• Up to 285 Miles Range


•  100% Electric
•  Up to 328 Miles Range

Kia EV9


• 100% Electric
• Up to 336 Miles Range

Electric Power Gauge

All-Electric Vehicle or 100% Electric Vehicle = EV

• Runs on battery power alone
• Zero fuel
• Zero emissions
• Better for the environment
• £0 Road tax
• No penalties in some low emission zones
• Impressive mile range between charges

Enjoy Lower Running Costs

• Government grants available
• Tax incentives and lower running costs.
• Electricity is noticeably cheaper per mile than petrol or diesel
• Servicing and maintenance is simpler and cheaper

Charging is Easy

• Plug in overnight just like your phone
• Top when you’re away from home without any charging facility with a standard 3=pin 13amp socket
• More than 100,000 public electric car charge points across Europe
• Public charging points at supermarkets, shopping centres, motorway service stations

How long will it take to charge an electric car at home?

You can charge your plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle at home using the standard 13amp, 3 pin household socket, or have a specific 7.2kW AC wallbox charger fitted for reduced charge time. Here’s a quick comparison of charge time by vehicle and connection type.

How long will it take to charge an electric car at a public Rapid or High Power Charging Station?

Public car charging stations vary in type, and this means that they offer different charging speeds.

Please see the following table which illustrates the approximate changing times per Kia model.​

Kia Connect App - The Ultimate Convenience

You can control your vehicle battery from your phone via Kia's KIA Charge mobile phone app – wherever and whenever you need to. The app can also allow you to:

• Monitor your charging status of your electric or plug-in vehicle

• View the remaining charging time

• Schedule charging based on your departure time or at cost-saving off-peak times

• Find out where the nearest public charging points are and how to get there

Find out how much it will cost to fully charge your vehicle

Find out which public charge points are on your scheduled journey – meaning you can charge your vehicle without compromising your current route.

• And much more

Find out more or arrange a test drive today.

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