Electrify America gives Kia EV6 owners up to 4,000 miles of free charging

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by David Em

Electrify America partners with Kia to provide 1,000 kWh of free charging to EV6 owners. If you get an EV6, you have three years to use it.

Kia EV6 at an Electrify America charging station.
Electrify America collaborates with Kia to provide 1,000 kilowatt-hours of free charging to EV6 buyers. Photo courtesy of Kia.

Kia’s new, futuristic, and stylish EV6 is now available. As an incentive, Electrify America and Kia have a partnership to provide 1,000 kWh of free charging.

EV6 owners have three years to use the offer.

The EV6 has a 77.4 kWh battery pack, which means Electrify America will cover almost 13 charges.

It depends on the trim and other factors that impact the battery, but the free charges provide between 3,500 to 4,000 miles of range.

Thanks to the 800V multi-charging architecture, the EV6 can add up to 217 miles of range in less than 18 minutes at a 350 kW charger,

“Kia is undergoing a pivotal shift to electrification and the all-new EV6 is the first major step in that direction, underpinned by the company’s advanced E-GMP platform,” said Steve Center, COO and EVP, Kia America.

Center also stated, “Partnering with Electrify America will enable our customers to enjoy a superior charging experience coupled with the outstanding all-electric range of the EV6.”

Kia’s first battery-electric vehicle is stylish and sleek.

The EV6 is available in four trims, Light (RWD), Wind (RWD), Wind (AWD), GT-Line (RWD), and GT-Line (AWD). The starting prices range from $40,900 to $55,900.

If you plan to buy the EV6 and take it on road trips, the Electrify America offer is an excellent deal.

Featured image courtesy of Kia.

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David Em is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of EV Unleashed, the leading resource for unbiased electric vehicle news, reviews, and buyer’s guides.