From how much it costs to charge your electric or plug-in hybrid car to how long it takes, we'll tell you everything you need to know about charging your Kia at home.
Charging at home is economical but how economical depends on your home energy tariff.
With a flat kWh price of 30p, a full charge of your EV6 comes to £22. If you drive enough miles, an EV charging tariff can slash this cost and save you money overall.
EV tariffs usually involve a very low, off-peak kWh rate and a slightly more-expensive-than-usual peak kWh rate. Make sure you review the best energy tariff options to make the best of your Kia.
How long does it take to charge an electric car at home?
Whatever your model, having a dedicated electric car home charger lets you charge more quickly and more safely than with a regular 3-pin socket.
With a 7.2kW home charger, you can charge your plug-in hybrid in about 3-4 hours while an electric car takes about 10 hours so an overnight charge will do just fine.
Kia have partnered with Pod Point, one of Britain’s leading home charge point manufacturers and installers to provide and fit your home charge point at a discounted rate.
Ask a member of our sales team to refer you to Pod Point to benefit from a reduced price exclusive to you as a Kia customer.