Kia Electric

Discover the future of auto innovation with Kia’s robust lineup of electric vehicles.

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Go Electric Your Way

Electric-powered vehicles are more than signs of the times; they’re our portal into a sustainable future. With increased range, powerful acceleration, and innovative design, Kia’s electrifying lineup of EV models gives Joplin drivers the freedom to go further. From battery electric vehicles to plug-in hybrids, the team at Roper Kia can help you find the right EV for your lifestyle.

Battery Electric

Battery Electric

A Kia electric car or SUV is propelled by an electric motor, and uses a rechargeable battery as its only power source. You can charge your battery-electric vehicle at home or at any of Missouri's growing public charging stations.

Kia Hybrids


A hybrid powertrain, which is a parallel hybrid system, switches between gas and electric power – or uses both together – to help maximize efficiency at all times. To enhance power, Sport mode gives you adjustable regenerative braking levels, increased throttle response and more.

Kia Plug-in Hybrids

Plug-in Hybrids

A plug-in hybrid uses an electric motor for a quiet ride and no tailpipe emissions, but can also use gas in case your battery runs out. You can go all-electric when you want, or go plug-in hybrid for options. The choice is yours!

Explore Kia Electric, Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrids

Kia Sorento

Sorento Hybrid

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Kia Niro


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Kia Sportage

Sportage Hybrid

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Kia Niro

Niro Plug-in Hybrid

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Kia Sportage

Sportage Plug-in Hybrid

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Kia Niro

Niro EV

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Kia Sorento

Sorento Plug-in Hybrid

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Charging Options for Kia EVs

Kia EV Level 1 Chargers

Level 1 Chargers

These use a standard outlet and offer 5 to 6 miles of range/hour.

- 120-volt standard outlet.

- Requires no installation and can go anywhere.

- 5-6 mile range/hour charge speed.

- Best for PHEV (Plugin Hybrid) Charging.

Kia EV Level 2 Chargers

Level 2 Chargers

These use a 240-volt outlet (NEMA 6-50 or NEMA 14-50) or can be hard-wired for maximum charging up to 60 miles of range per hour. 

- 240-volt outlet, the same as used for some major appliances.*

- Requires an electrician to install.

- 25-60 mile range/hour charge speed.

- Best for overnight charging of EVs and quick charging for PHEVs.

Kia Plugin-In Hybrid

Free Driving Credits For Kia Owners

Certain Kia EVs come with free charging credits on the Electrify America network. EV6 owners will receive 1,000 kWh, equivalent to about 3,000-3,500 miles of free driving range. Niro EV owners will get 500 kWh, equivalent to 1,950 miles of free driving range.

Ready To Schedule An EV Test Drive?

Experience these electrifying vehicles for yourself with help from the expert team at Kia Roper. Whether you’re looking for an eco-friendly hybrid or an all-electric vehicle, we’ll help you find the Kia electric vehicle that is right for you.

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