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- State Rebate for Retail or Lease$4,000Restrictions: Funding approval by The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU), residents can take advantage of the Charge Up New Jersey incentive directly at a participating car dealership or showroom and apply the incentive towards their purchase or lease at the point-of-sale.
- Final MSRP after options must be $45,000 or less.
- If final MSRP after options exceeds $45,000 but is under $55,000, the vehicle may be eligible for a reduced maximum rebate. Rebate amount which may vary is calculated based on EPA all-electric range rating.
- Must be a resident of the State of New Jersey. For active-duty military members stationed in New Jersey, but with permanent residency in another state, military orders may be used as proof of residency.
- Remain a resident of the State of New Jersey for at least two (2) years after the Vehicle Transaction Date for the eligible EV. Active-duty military members stationed in New Jersey with permanent residency in another state are exempt.
- Vehicles must have a valid New Jersey registration.
- Applicants are required to retain ownership, or an active lease agreement and retain registration of the vehicle with the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission for a minimum of 36 consecutive months immediately after the vehicle purchase or lease date.
- State Charging Station Offer$250Restrictions: Funding approval by The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU), residents can take advantage of the Charge Up New Jersey In-Home EV Charger Incentive of $250 towards the purchase and installation of an eligible networked Level 2 charger.
- Charging station must be new and installed at the applicant's New Jersey residence.
- Charger model must be Energy Star Certified and on the pre-approved eligibility list.
- Must be a resident of the State of New Jersey.
- Valid NJ EV registration showing a residential address in New Jersey.
- Only one charger incentive is available per vehicle registration (tracked by VIN).
- Complimentary Charging for RetailRestrictions: The Electrify America Kia Charge Pass is a charging agreement between Kia America and Electrify America. Customers who purchase a new EV6 will receive 1000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of complimentary charging on the Electrify America network. Credits must be used within 3 years of vehicle purchase date. Offer is non-transferable. See your participating dealer for details.
Consumer Reviews for the Kia EV6
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1.75 Years of ownership Love it, hate some of the
David S, 04/03/2022
2022 Kia EV6 Wind 4dr SUV AWD (electric DD)
Update: Bought the car when few were available and options severely limited, while there was a 4 or 5 month wait for the Tesla Model Y. Wanted the tax credits and bought before the EV6 prior to loosing the Credit and credit was not available for the Tesla at that time. Though I love the styling of the EV6, I would be torn between the EV6 and the Tesla, today due to the significant … price drops for the Tesla. though I find the styling of the Tesla uninspiring. What I love about the Tesla is that it has significant advantage over the EV6 with OTA Updates while you get OTA for the EV6 only twice a year for the Navigation. Further you only get them if you subscribe for $200 a year Kia Connect otherwise you have to download them on a USB stick. For all other updates you have to take it to the dealership, what a bloody waste of a day and time. I also love the Tesla Supercharger network and ease and use of it. Do Not except superior charging with Kia and other 800V EVS with Tesla even though Kia will go to NACS plug. Tesla system was developed from ground up for Tesla's. For the Hardware and software to sync with all the new adapters will not be a panacea for current 800V CCS. Kinks and bugs will be numerous and will take time to sort out, meantime EA, EVGO and others will have sorted out their issues. Further EV6 charges is superior in its charging curve than Tesla with DCFC. Tesla has the upper hand with long distance Route Planning and Battery Preconditioning as well as their overall software. EV6 has only this year put in Battery Preconditioning in a very convoluted way and their Route Planning is at best dismal and that is being kind.. Will see if improvements for the newest Nav update improves route planning. Another negative for the EV6 is you must subscribe to their Kia Connect to use Voice Commands and here is another bugaboo, Kia's Commands is almost useless so not worth the money to for the service. What I love about the Kia EV6 over the Tesla is the superior charging, styling, cooling seats & heating seats. Reclining capabilities and I do like the superior cockpit for the driver. More driver centric and I find the ride superior over the Tesla. I prefer the handling and smoothness of the EV6 on curvy B roads and out bad city streets. I also prefer the fact that there are easier controls over one Screen which diverts the eyes and attention of the driver. I know there are those who love the Tesla screen but being behind and on the side of Teslas and watching the how bad some of these Tesla drivers are I can forgo the bloody screen. I also love the turn screen monitor quite helpful in both dense urban highway driving. Love the Sporty interior for the Kia EV6 though some of the finishes are hard cheap plastics, like the back of the front seats and some of the lower side panel other finishes are quite nice. Plenty of space in the front for storage, virtually none in back seat. Frunk is pretty useless. EV6 has an ease to replacement of Cabin Filter and adding fluids. Other attributes to EV6 is smoothness and blending of the braking. Superior regenerative breaking vs almost any other EV out there. The EV6 is in a class by itself in its iconic styling and will not only standout but I believe it will stand the test of time. Pros. Styling, Excellent drive and ride quality, Driver Cock Pit, heated and ventilated seats, intuitive controls for seats and climate. Driver safety devices including blind spot monitoring blind spot warning, Pedestrian and Cyclist stopping Camera with 360º and Birds Eye camera. Decent Adaptive Cruise Control, Decent luggage space, Heat Pump, great leg room for passengers front and back. Excellent front storage. Good Adaptive high and low beam for front lights. Oh yes it has some knobs gotta love knobs, no fiddling through menus to get to change stations and volume as well as temperatures. Though screen quality is very good software is not cutting edge. Ability to easily self park in tight spaces. Very good efficiency with combine highway and high speed driving ,I can get from 3.2 to 3.9 depending weather and speeds, the 3.4 are speeds in the 80 mph plus driving city driving gets between 4.5 to over 5 kW/mi. Most of my driving though is between 45 to 85mph. Very quiet, though I do get some tire noise. Very good efficiency while using climate controls. Excellent build quality, no rattles or fit imperfections. Oh and of course the superior DCFC which I do quite frequently and the main reason I purchased the EV6 Most of driving consists of 300 plus drives. By the time I use facilities or order lunch the car is done charging, so as far as a need to use screen time to occupy oneself while charging the truth as I mentioned before the car would be charged before I could access it. But I can only speak for myself. Also after long drives I do not find myself fatigue nor complaining of back pain as I do with other vehicles. Oh yes one other small thing, I do not see exhaust from a tail pipe. I am now driving 11 years with EVs and love that aspect. Forget the instant torque, the smoothness the quietness of an EV, the lack of tail pipe is number 1 for me. Cons: NO OTAs, Poor rear visibility, no rear windshield wiper Need it for when it is dusty or has not rained for days but in rain and movement no need for wiper. Poor visibility of driver screen when steering wheel is in certain positions. Poor visibility because of A&B pillar, luckily there is the pedestrian and side warning systems and excellent visibility with side mirrors. NO wireless CarPlay. Must pay for substandard Kia Connect, but Connect does give you slightly better route planning and Battery Preconditioning but only slightly better than without but very Poor audio command controls. App is no more than 6 out of 10. Navigation screen is archaic, wish Google or Apple Maps could interface with car for route planning and battery preconditioning. Paint quality appears to be adequate. Would I buy it again, Hmm, there are better interiors, infotainment systems, Cars with OTA, faster 0-60, better efficiency, but none of them thus far are over all as well packaged as the EV6 at least as of this writing. So yes even with some of the drawbacks I would buy again
|2024 Kia EV6 Wind 4dr SUV AWD (0cyl electric 1DD)||N/A||N/A||$54,365|
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