2020 Kia Electric Cars in Mississauga

Kia Soul EV-Kia Niro EV-Kia Niro PHEV - Electric Cars at Mississauga Kia

You can find a great selection of Kia electric cars and SUVs at Mississauga Kia. Our lineup of Kia EVs is a statement of Kia's dedication to providing green options for the conscious consumer while moving towards a greener future for all. 

We know that the switch to an EV can be daunting, but the experts at our dealership can help you navigate those challenges and determine which electric vehicle is the right choice for you. 

Feel free to contact us and book an appointment or keep reading to learn a bit more about our Kia EV lineup. 

2020 Kia Electric SUV Lineup 

2020 Kia Soul EV - Electric Cars in Mississauga - Misissauga Kia

2020 Kia Soul EV 

The 2020 Kia Soul Electric is the perfect intro to EVs. With it's sleek, powerful style and estimated driving range of up to 383km, it's the perfect way to get a taste for the EV lifestyle. 

Whether you are taking trips to the grocery store or going on an extended drive with the family, the Kia Soul EV is sure to meet your needs, all while reducing your carbon footprint. 

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2020 Kia Niro EV

The 2020 Kia Niro EV could be the electric crossover of your dreams. Get road trip ready with a fully charged estimated range of 385km and fast charging in as little as 54 minutes.*

With a comfortable interior, Apple Carplay, Android Auto and a number of smart assist features, the 2020 Niro EV is ready to hit the road whenever you are.

Frequently Asked Questions - Electric Vehicles (EVs)

Are there any incentives for purchasing an EV?

Yes! When you purchase your EV from Mississauga Kia you could be eligible for up to $5,000 in federal rebates.

How do battery electric vehicles (BEV) work?

BEVs run on 100% battery power.

This is beneficial since the absence of internal combustion (gas-powered) engines results in no emissions. Not only does this mean less pollution, but also lower maintenance cost when compared to conventional gas vehicles.

How do I charge my Kia Electric Car (EV)?

There are usually three options for charging your EV or PHEV with the main difference being the speed at which they charge your battery.

Level 1 Chargers: These use a regular 110-volt household outlet. This means you can charge your car from most outlets in your home, though at a slower rate of only 5-9kms of driving range per hour of charging time. If you only make short trips, this option is sufficient for you.

Level 2 Chargers:  Level 2 Chargers use a 240-volt outlet that charges your vehicle at a rate of 25-40 km per hour of charge time.  These can be installed in your home or can also be found in public locations including malls, restaurants and parking garages. These chargers are ideal for drivers who travel more than 80km/day and need a fully recharged vehicle daily.

Level 3 Chargers: These chargers are also known as DC Fast Chargers, which can add300+ kms of range in approximately 1 hour of charge time. You can find these chargers in high traffic public areas and can also get them installed at your home if you are a driver who drives longer distances daily.

What is the range of a Kia EV?

Most EVs including Kia's line of electric cars and electric SUVs can achieve ranges of more than 350km on a single charge*. Since the average Canadian driver travels less than 50km/day, any Kia EV can easily meet your daily needs. If you are still worried about running out of juice, you can also consider our line of HEVs and PHEVs which give you the benefits of an electric vehicle, with the peace of mind of a backup gas engine.

If you have any other questions please feel free to book an appointment with one of our team members or feel free to give us a call. We're always happy to help you find the right electric car for your needs. 

 

*To achieve up to 80 percent charge from empty in as little as 54 minutes a level 3 DC fast charger (100Kw) is required to be used with the vehicle’s fast charging port. The time indicated may vary depending on charging conditions and vehicle model.