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Experience electric

48 hour electric experience with Kia.

Book your exclusive 48 hour test drive before the 31st March.

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We are offering you an exclusive 48 hour test drive in our award-winning electric cars, the EV6 as well as the Niro EV delivered to you at your convenience.

Once you have selected your preferred model to test drive, your local dealer will deliver it to you at your convenience and collect it from you 48 hours later.

Enjoy an exclusive 48 hour test drive near you with Kia and discover the advantages of switching your business to electric.

Request a test drive

Or speak to our expert Kia Business team on 0808 141 6880

Experience first-hand, the benefits of electric, including Kia’s advanced safety features and driver assistance technologies to make the journey for you and your team, easier and safer. Enjoy lower running costs with better BiK and whole life costs, plus all the tools and expert help you need to go electric with Kia.

  • 2% Benefit-in Kind



    Lower your running costs with reduced whole life costs and exclusive BiK rates for EV drivers. EV's attract various tax benefits and exemptions, including a current Congestion Charge exemption for zero-emission vehicles until 2025.

  • Fast charging times1



    With fast charging times, charging your EV won't slow you down. Maximise your time on the road with Kia Charge, one card, one app, one bill.

  • Zero Tailpipe Emissions



    Driving electric is as rewarding as it is exciting. Our Electric cars release no harmful tailpipe emissions, so you can enjoy the peace of mind of a more planet-friendly driving experience.

Drive with confidence, drive electric.

Whether you’re a company car driver or a fleet manager looking to find the best blend of driving performance, favourable running costs, improved fuel economy and lower emissions, Kia has a range of electric vehicles to suit you and your business.
  • EV6

     

    Discover the next generation of electric vehicle with the Kia EV6. Kia’s first dedicated electric vehicles represents the brand’s new design philosophy that embodies our shifting focus towards electrification. It showcases bold and distinctive crossover aesthetics and high-end technical features.  Giving its driver an instinctive and natural experience that improves daily life, the EV6 lets inspiration travel with you wherever you go.

  • Niro EV

     

    Discover a world of smart convenience and amazing sensations. The Kia Niro EV gives you instant acceleration, easy charging and long-range driving, along with a range of innovative smart technologies. And all of this with zero emissions. Sustainable driving has never felt so good.

Your EV questions answered

There are a range of benefits to experience with an electric Kia car – especially if you’re a company car driver or a fleet manager. But if you’re new to electric cars, you may have a few questions regarding range, charging and other deciding factors. To help, we’ve answered some of the most common electric car queries in an interview with Head of Fleet and Remarketing at Kia, John Hargreaves.

Use our Company Car Tax calculator to calculate the Benefit-in Kind value of your Kia, the car fuel benefit and the monthly tax implications.

View the Terms & Conditions

 

1) In order to achieve the maximum charging speed, EV6 must use an 800 volt electric vehicle charger that delivers at least 240kW of electricity. Actual charging speed & charging time may be influenced by the battery temperature and exterior weather conditions.

 

In order to achieve the maximum charging speed, Niro EV must use an electric vehicle charger that delivers at least 72kW of electricity. Actual charging speed and charging time may be influenced by the battery temperature and exterior weather conditions.

 

Range figures are determined according to the standardised EU measurement procedure (WLTP). Individual driving style and other factors, such as speed, outside temperature, topography and the use of electricity-consuming devices/units, have an influence on the real life range and can possibly reduce it.