How Far Can I Travel In An Electric Car?
Discover the real driving ranges of Kia electric and hybrid cars here. Stop wondering, start driving.
Aug 13, 2020
Naturally, one of the biggest worries with electric vehicles is whether or not you’ll have enough juice to complete longer journeys. This was the case with earlier EVs as most could only travel up to 80 miles before depleting, but today, Kia electric cars like the All-New e-Niro can impressively power up to 282 miles.
The All-New Kia e-Niro can drive you to Paris on a single charge
Similarly, the All-New Kia Soul EV can travel up to 280 miles on pure electric power whilst plug-in hybrids such as the Kia Niro PHEV, Kia Ceed PHEV and Kia XCeed PHEV can travel up to 36-37 miles on electric power with the combined luxury of a petrol engine whenever you need it.
Electric driving range of Kia cars:
|Type of electric vehicle||Kia electric model||Electric miles?||Available now?|
|All Electric||Kia e-Niro||282||✔|
|All Electric||Kia Soul EV||282||✔|
|Plug-In Hybrid||Kia Niro PHEV||36||✔|
|Plug-In Hybrid||Kia XCeed PHEV||36||✔|
|Plug-In Hybrid||Kia Ceed Wagon PHEV||37||✔|
Put into perspective, half of our journeys are less than 5 miles long and as stated above, Kia electric vehicles can offer up to 282 miles. That's approximately 56 journeys before you need to recharge your car. To give you an even better idea of what all this means, the Kia all-electric e-Niro can get you from London all the way to Paris on a single charge!