Start Driving Kia Electric and Hybrid

7 Year Warranty

Every Kia car comes with a class leading 7-year 100,000 mile warranty, including the battery. So you get 7 years of driving pleasure, 7 years of lower running costs and 7 years peace of mind.

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Longer range ​

​Our Electric and Hybrid vehicles can easily manage the vast majority of journeys we take without having to recharge, with the Kia e-Niro and Soul EV delivering a reassuring 282 miles on full charge.

Expert Electric Vehicle Knowledge

As one of the pioneers in EV technology we’ve had time to refine and improve our EV range.

Low Servicing Costs

Electric cars also have far fewer moving parts than a traditional petrol or diesel engine, and therefore require less work when being serviced. Hybrid powertrains reduce engine strain, while regenerative braking decreases brake wear which can prolong the life of parts.

Our Hybrid cars

Niro Plug-In

With the Niro Plug-in Hybrid you will experience the top qualities of a modern crossover: compact exterior, roomy and refined interior, harmoniously blended with the best talents of a true hybrid, highly efficient engine with great fuel economy and low emissions.

Niro Self-Charging Hybrid

With the Kia Niro you will experience the top qualities of a modern crossover, compact exterior, roomy and refined interior, harmoniously blended with the best talents of a true hybrid.

Sportage 48 Volt Mild Hybrid

The Sportage line up now includes Kia’s ‘EcoDynamics+’ mild-hybrid powertrain options. EcoDynamics+ supplements acceleration with power form a 48-Volt battery, extends engine ‘off time’ and can even help reduce CO2 emissions by up to 4% on the Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP)

XCeed Plug-In Hybrid

The radical crossover coupé is high off the ground, with a long bonnet and a fast sloping silhouette. 18” wheels enhance the athletic profile, while LED lights and the ‘Ice Cube’ LED daytime running lights shine at the front. The sporty bumper and closed tiger-nose grille are both stunning and aerodynamically effective.

The new Stonic Mild

The fun in this unique urban crossover carries on with the 1.0 T-GDI 118 bhp 7-speed dual clutch transmission or manual engine. Thanks to the advanced Mild Hybrid powertrain, fuel efficiency is even greater with all the same dynamism (available on 'GT-Line' upwards).

The new Rio Mild-Hybrid

The Kia Rio features an advanced mild hybrid powertrain, giving you low-emission everyday driving. By pairing the latest 1.0 T-GDi gasoline engine with a 48-volt lithium-ion battery, it can reduce fuel consumption levels. (Available on the '3' and 'GT-Line S' grades)

The new Sorento Plug-In Hybrid

With the all-new Kia Sorento Plug-in Hybrid you can have it all. Zero-emission driving whenever you need to. Eco-efficiency, impressive power – and no end of driving pleasure.

How does a Plug-In Hybrid car work?

Plug-In Hybrid cars are a type of electric hybrid car. They use both an engine and an electric battery that work together to power your vehicle. Our diagram shows in more detail how all the components collaborate to get you moving more efficiently.

Diagram showing how a Plug-In Hybrid works, with labels for different PHEV components.

How a Hybrid car works

• Hybrids have a battery and engine that support each other when needed.
• There is no need to charge the battery from an external source.
• The battery charges when decelerating or going downhill.

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