Cost Of Electric Cars | Kia Eco Cars | Kia Motors UK
How much does an electric car cost?
That depends on which one you buy, but whichever you choose, there are some government incentives that make it cheaper to buy a new EV. There is a government grant for electric cars called the Plug-in Car Grant – this reduces the price of a battery electric vehicle by £3,000. So a new Kia e-Niro costs just £34,995 after the Plug in Car Grant. There is also a £350 homecharge grant to help you with the cost of a home charger.
Cost of Electric: Cheaper than you think
Here are just few reasons to Stop Wondering. Start Driving.
Lower maintenance costs
Big savings on BiK tax for company car drivers
Electricity is cheaper than petrol or diesel
Electric Vehicle Myths
An electric car could massively reduce your running costs, but is it right for you? To help you make an informed choice, we’ve dispelled some of the most common EV myths.Explore More
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. Like the sound of that? Our simple guide can tell you more.
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
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*Based on charging using a 7kW charger