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Kia offers three electric cars, which might not seem that many compared to some firms, but the EVs the firm does build are thoroughly convincing. With impressive battery ranges, smooth handling characteristics and neat styling, choosing an electric Kia makes a lot of sense – not least when the firm offers an industry-leading seven-year/100,000-mile warranty on all its vehicles.

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Electric Kia car models: current range

While only having three electric cars might seem like a limited EV offering, the truth is that Kia’s battery-powered vehicles are all excellent cars, catering to most points in the market.

Kia EV6

While the Kia EV6 is billed as an SUV, it arguably looks more like a grand-touring four-door coupe, with sleek lines, a pronounced rear design and a comfortable, driver-focussed cabin. It’s also impressively rewarding to drive, and can officially cover up to 328 miles on a single charge. There’s a powerful GT version of the EV6, too, but it’s around £17,000 more than the standard car’s starting price, so you’ve got to really want all those 577hp.

Kia Soul EV

Named after the capital of South Korea and now in its third generation, the Kia Soul EV was originally a petrol and diesel-powered small SUV with a characterfully boxy design. As time has marched on the Soul has become an all-electric model in the UK, but its quirky styling remains a hallmark, while the 280-mile range is decent for the price point.

Kia Niro EV Estate

The Niro is a bit of an outlier here, as it’s actually offered in three guises: as a conventional ‘self-charging’ hybrid, as a plug-in hybrid, and as a pure electric car. Opt for the Niro EV Estate and you’ll get a comfortable, easy-to-live-with electric car with an official range of up to 285 miles, together with a relaxing driving experience, and excellent motorway refinement.

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The Niro EV Estate is Kia’s most affordable electric car, with a starting price of just under £29,000 as of May ‘23. Next up is the Soul EV, which starts at around £33,000, while the EV6 is available from a little over £45,000, and the range-topping, performance-orientated EV6 GT is closer to £63,000.
Kia’s electric cars are known for having impressive battery ranges, with even the most affordable model, the Niro EV Estate being able to manage up to 285 miles on one charge, and the EV6 covering as much as 328 miles.
Kia’s electric cars are impressively engineered, can cover impressive distances on a charge, and are competitively priced. As such, it’s easy to recommend choosing an electric Kia if you’re in the market for an EV.