Mild hybrid models in the Kia range are able to self charge through a process known as regenerative braking. Plug-in hybrids, meanwhile, need to be connected to a suitable outlet either at home or in public in order to charge.
Charging time depends on the model of vehicle and the charging solution being used. For many, charging takes place at home overnight.
The overall range of an electric vehicle is contingent on the particular model, your driving style, and road conditions. As such, there is no exact figure for all models, so you should liaise with a member of our team in order to learn more.
With thousands of charging points to be found throughout the UK - and with more being added all the time - you will be able to find a suitable public charging station in which to top up your vehicle’s battery.
Vehicle road tax is calculated according to CO2 emissions, so the exact cost of such charges will vary from model to model. Speak to us today to learn more.
Yes. All vehicles, regardless of power source, require frequent servicing as advised in the car’s handbook.
Lower CO2 emissions levels mean fewer harmful gases being let out into the environment. This improves the air quality around us all and can make a huge impact on personal health.