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Hybrid & Electric Cars

Kia Hybrid & Electric Cars

Why switch to an electric car?

There are many reasons to choose the Kia Electric and Hybrid Range. The 7 year warranty, the huge choice of vehicles and engines, and our electric vehicle heritage. But you might find the main one is, they’re great to drive.

The future is already here and electric cars are now mainstream. Infact, most manufacturers aim to electrify their entire range within the next 5 years. By reducing emissions, you are helping the planet heal from all the carbon emissions associated with petrol and diesel engines. Electric vehicles are cheaper to run whilst also being road tax exempt, on average an all-electric vehicle will cost around 4p per mile, that means it will roughly cost you around £4 to travel 100 miles! For more information, or any questions, please contact one of our experts.


Electric, Plug-in Hybrids, Self-Charging Hybrids & Mild Hybrids

XCeed PHEV

The New XCeed Plug-in Hybrid

The crossover. Redefined.

Niro EV

The all-new Niro EV

Take the lead. Drive electric.

Niro HEV

The All-New Niro HEV

Take the lead. Drive electrified.

Niro PHEV

The All-New Niro PHEV

Take the lead. Drive electrified.

Sportage HEV

The Kia Sportage Hybrid

Built for endless inspiration.

Sportage PHEV

The Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid

Built for endless inspiration.

EV6

The Kia EV6

The fully electric Kia EV6

EV6 GT

The Kia EV6 GT

The fully electric Kia EV6 GT

Soul EV

The Kia Soul EV

280 miles on a single charge.

Sorento HEV

The Kia Sorento Hybrid

7-Seater Self-Charging Hybrid

Sorento PHEV

The Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid

Bring on anything.

EV9

The All-New Kia EV9

The Kia EV9 all-electric 7-seater SUV

What is a battery electric car?

A battery electric vehicle is better for the environment than a petrol or diesel car, cheaper to run, and simple to own.

What is a hybrid or self-charging hybrid car?

Hybrid cars can offer you improved fuel economy and lower emissions, without the need to change how you use your vehicle. No plugging in required.

What is a Plug-in Hybrid car?

Plug-in hybrid cars can offer you many of the benefits of an electric car, they have a shorter electric range but can rely on a petrol motor for longer trips.

What is a mild hybrid car?

Mild Hybrids allow your engine to switch off more frequently, which improves fuel economy and reduces emissions.

How does charging work?

Don‘t worry, charging may seem like a whole new world, but in reality it‘s very simple. Charging an electric car is a simple process: you simply plug your car into a charger that is connected to the electric grid. EV chargers typically fall under one of three main categories: Level 1 charging stations, Level 2 charging stations, and DC Fast Chargers (also referred to as Level 3 charging stations).

What is the cost of running an electric car?

Owning an electric car is cheaper than you might think. With the average UK electricity price sitting at around 14p per kWh and if you assume an electric car will travel 3.5 miles per kWh on average, to travel 100 miles would cost around £4 or 4p per mile.

Contact us

Call Speedwell Kia | Newton Abbot on 01626 355111 or Speedwell Kia | Exeter on 01392 716777 or send us a message online.