Hybrid and Electric Vehicles at Atlantic Kia

Take Advantage of the Kia Hybrid and EV Lineup Today at Atlantic Kia

The needs of drivers are expanding past traditional gas-powered vehicles. At Atlantic Kia, we strive to offer the perfect fit no matter where your travels take you. While we know that gas-powered engines have been the normal option for so long, we're proud to offer a range of exciting and innovative hybrid models that put you in control of your drive.

Hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and all-electric vehicles are the newest addition to many lineups. We understand that you might have questions about the differences and how they might be a better fit for your morning commute. EVs are fun, affordable, and easy options for the daily drive or weekend getaway, and they offer numerous benefits you can't find with traditional gas-powered engines. We encourage you to explore the advantages of driving a Kia Hybrid vehicle below and let us know if you have any questions!

Which EV is Right for You?

Traditional Hybrid

Traditional hybrid vehicles are the more common models you can find at a dealership. These vehicles combine an electric motor with a gas-powered engine, recharging the battery as you drive. While tax credits and other benefits might not apply, you'll still save with improved gas mileage.

Kia models that fall into this category include:

Plug-In Hybrid

Plug-in hybrid vehicles employ a similar setup to traditional hybrid vehicles, partnering an electric motor with a gas-powered engine. However, the battery in the PHEV models is rechargeable. You can charge up at home or on the road and extend your range with all-electric capability.

Kia models that fall into this category include:


The newer type of EV, all-electric vehicles, forgo the need for gas station visits by employing a battery-powered electric engine. Not only do they offer the best savings on maintenance and fuel, but they also offer the smallest environmental footprint while qualifying for the most savings from federal tax credits.

Kia models that fall into this category include:

Benefits of Owning an Electric Vehicle

You Get the Best of Both Worlds

Plug-In Hybrid models offer a unique blend of all-electric range for shorter trips and gas-powered capability for longer journeys, allowing you to extend your travels.

Federal Tax Credit

Many EV models qualify for a federal tax rebate totaling up to $7,500, saving you money on your purchase.

Recharge at Home

Thanks to the availability of charging ports at home and around the country, you can charge your vehicle while you sleep or when you're on the road!

You Won't Have to Sacrifice Power and Performance

While gas-powered engines might seem like they have more power than EV models, Kia hybrid models blend instant acceleration with ample power to help you push your drive to impressive levels. Options like the Kia EV6 offer class-leading output for your drive.

Low Cost to Own

EV owners can typically expect to spend half as much on maintenance and repairs as they would with a gas-powered engine.

Local Incentives

Purchasing a hybrid vehicle can also qualify you for additional savings from the state and your utility company – the savings never seem to end with EVs!

Visit Atlantic Kia to Explore Our Kia Hybrid Options!

When you need an efficient way to get around town, you can't find a better selection of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric vehicles than here at our Kia dealership! We're excited to show you a world of new possibilities - save time and money with our hybrid selection today!

Traditional Hybrid Vehicles:



Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles:

Niro Plug-In Hybrid

Sorento Plug-In Hybrid

Electric Vehicles:

Niro EV


Common Questions

A federal tax rebate of $7,500 is available on most EV models. Depending on where you live, state and local rebates and incentives may also be available. Check with your sales associate to find out if the model is eligible for rebates and incentives.

Other advantages of owning an EV include:

  • Eligible EVs may also qualify for HOV lane access, which are normally restricted to vehicles with multiple passengers.
  • Many electric companies offer lower rates based on the time of use. With EVs, you can save money by charging during off-peak times.
  • If you're able to charge from work or home, there's usually no need to stop to refuel like you would in a gas-powered vehicle.
  • EVs produce zero tail-pipe emissions resulting in cleaner air and better health.

    This will vary depending on the local price of electricity and gas and where you are charging (at home or public charger), but most EV owners can expect to save on fuel cost. A recent Consumer Reports study found the “typical EV owner who does most of their fueling at home can expect to save an average of $800 to $1,000 a year on fueling costs over an equivalent gasoline-powered car.”

    Source: Benjamin Preston. October 08, 2020. EVs Offer Big Savings Over Traditional Gas-Powered Cars.

    A recent Consumer Reports study found “maintenance and repair costs for EVs are significantly lower over the life of the vehicle – about half – than for gasoline–powered vehicles, which require regular fluid changes and are more mechanically complex. The average dollar savings over the lifetime of the vehicle is about $4,600.”

    Source: Benjamin Preston. October 08, 2020. EVs Offer Big Savings Over Traditional Gas-Powered Cars.

    Gas powered vehicles offer a range of 300-400mi. Battery electric vehicles offer a median range of 250mi. For EV owners who charge at home, this is more than enough for daily use. For longer drives beyond the range of your vehicle, check a public charger map for charger availability along your route.

    • Level 1 chargers use a standard household outlet and charge about 2-5 miles of range per hour, making Level 1 a good choice for plugin hybrid vehicles but not battery electric vehicles.
    • Level 2 chargers can be installed at your home by a professional electrician and charge about 10-20 miles of range per hour. A good choice for any EV when charging overnight or all-day is possible.
    • Level 3 fast chargers are the most efficient and can be found at commercial locations. Level 3 can charge about 60-80 miles of range in about 20 minutes, making it a good choice for any EV when a quick charge is needed on the go.

    Yes, Level 1 and Level 2 chargers can be used at home. In fact, the standard 120V outlet supports a Level 1 charger. Level 2 chargers require 240V and can be installed by a licensed electrician. If you do not own your home, you may need to work with your property owner to install a Level 2 charger.

    Most batteries will last between 100,000 and 200,000 miles when properly cared for. With battery technology continually advancing, that number should continue to increase.

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