New Kia EV Hybrid Models in South Jordan, UT

New Kia EV Hybrids for Sale in Utah

At our dealership in South Jordan, we offer a wide selection of hybrids and all-electric vehicles for you to choose from. With the new Kia Niro models and the Kia EV6, you have plenty of options whether you are looking for a low-profile commuter car or a quality SUV for the whole family. Electric technology has advanced year after year and electric vehicles are getting more efficient for drivers. Owning a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or all-electric vehicle (EV) is easier than ever with all of the impressive technology features available. It is even easier to charge your vehicle now with the many public charging stations available throughout South Jordan, Sandy, and Draper. If you’re ready to move on from gas, carbon emissions, and oil changes, then come view our EV and Hybrid inventory at Jerry Seiner Salt Lake Kia.

New Kia Niro

Kia Niro

The 2022 Niro gives modern hybrid technology a sleek new look, bringing the efficiency of a hybrid to a fun-to-drive crossover. This new Niro is affordable and efficient with great driver assist technologies and premium comfort to give drivers the safest ride possible.

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Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid

The new Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid offers a drive that bridges the gap between hybrid and fully-electric vehicles with all the space and versatility you’d expect from a small SUV. The Niro Plug-in Hybrid also gives you the flexibility to choose where and how you charge your vehicle.

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Plug-In Hybrid

New Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid
New Kia Niro EV

Kia Niro EV

The Niro EV offers the comfort and capability of a crossover with an all-electric experience. The Niro EV is a pleasure to drive with 291 pound-feet of torque and crossover versatility that carries over to charging options, so you can journey with confidence.

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Kia Sportage Hybrid

Make an impact in the all-new Sportage Hybrid with a powerful Turbocharged Hybrid powertrain, available 12.3-inch Dual Panoramic Displays, and a premium interior, the Sportage Hybrid offers a driving experience that’s ready for the road less traveled.

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New Kia Sportage Hybrid
New Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid

Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid

The all-new 2023 Sportage Plug-in Hybrid powers ahead with a 1.6L turbocharged hybrid powertrain, a premium interior, and the freedom to use both a gas engine and all-electric power, bringing the efficiency of a plug-in hybrid to an adventure-ready SUV.

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Kia EV6

The all-electric EV6 is designed to inspire with a driver-centric cockpit, Dual Panoramic Screens, an available Augmented Reality Head-up Display, the spaciousness of a 5-passenger crossover, and an efficient all-electric range on a single charge.

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New Kia EV6
New Kia Sorento Hybrid

Kia Sorento Hybrid

The new 2023 Kia Sorento Hybrid features a powerful turbocharged hybrid powertrain, available all-wheel drive, and an estimated 655 miles of driving range on a single tank, the Sorento Hybrid is ready to help you write your next adventure.

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Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid

The 2023 Sorento Plug-in Hybrid boasts efficiency and adventure-readiness with ample seating and cargo space, the most powerful turbocharged hybrid powertrain in its class, standard all-wheel drive, and the longest EPA-estimated all-electric range of any 3-row SUV.

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New Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid

 

New Kia EV Hybrid FAQ

What is the difference between a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid?

Kia hybrids and Kia plug-in hybrids are very similar but their main difference is how the energy is distributed throughout the vehicle. In a plug-in hybrid, the electric battery is the primary power source for the car. When the battery runs down, the internal combustion engine takes over. In a full hybrid, the battery only provides enough power for driving the car at slower speeds in residential areas and cities, for example.

Does the Kia warranty cover hybrid battery?

Hybrid batteries can be pretty expensive, but Kia offers generous warranty coverage on their eco-friendly vehicles. The Kia hybrid system warranty covers your battery for 10 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. This means that if your battery dies and our Kia dealership determines the malfunction is the result of a factory defect, your car will be fitted with a replacement battery at no cost to you! Battery problems can also be caused by a traffic accident, which the warranty would not cover. For incidents like those, you would have to rely on your insurance.

What is the mileage of a Kia electric car?

Find out how far you can drive an electric vehicle (EV) on a single charge, as well as how factors like battery size and driving styles can impact overall range. Many modern electric vehicles can complete a range of over 200 miles on a single charge, which easily covers daily driving. The range of electric vehicles (EVs) varies greatly depending on key factors like the weight and size of the car, battery size, and electric motor specification. Other aspects can affect the range like driving style, terrain, and local climate of a particular journey.

How long does it take to charge a Kia EV at a charging station?

Overall charging time will depend on your electric vehicle specification and the charging mode you use. The period of time an electric car’s battery will take to recharge is determined by how many kilowatts (kW) the charging station can provide and how many your car can accept. Charging stations with lower than 22 kW, like the home charging station, will fully charge your car overnight (over 6 hours), while charging stations with over 22 kW can almost fully charge your car within the hour. The higher the battery wattage, the faster your electric vehicle will be charged up.

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