Kia Hybrid & Electric Cars & SUVs

Shop all hybrid & electric Kias available at Hanlees Davis Kia below! If we don't have the vehicle you're looking for in stock, no worries! Use our custom order form to reserve your Kia today!


2022 Kia Niro Hybrid

EPA-Estimated MPG of up to 50 Combined

Niro Plug-In Hybrid

2022 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid

EPA-Estimated 26 miles of All-Electric Range and 105 MPGe

Niro EV

2022 Kia Niro EV

AMCI Certified 293-mile range over its city/highway route

Sportage Hybrid

2023 Kia Sportage Hybrid

Best-in-class fuel economy of up to 43 MPG combined

Sportage Plug-In Hybrid

2023 Kia Sportage Plug-In Hybrid

 84 MPGe combined fuel economy

Sorento Hybrid

2023 Kia Sorento Hybrid

227 combined hp and best-in-class fuel economy of 37 MPG combined

Sorento Plug-In Hybrid

2023 Kia Sorento Plug-In Hybrid

261 combined hp with an EPA-estimated 79 MPGe


2022 Kia EV6

AMCI Certified 339-mile range over its city/highway route

The Award-Winning Electric Vehicle

The Niro EV ranked best in Ownership Experience among Mass Market Battery Electric Vehicles in the J.D. Power 2021 Electric Vehicle Experience Ownership Study.*

Why buy a hybrid or electric vehicle?

Hybrid and electric vehicles are extremely hot on the market right now, and for good reason. No one would complain about having to make less trips to the gas station, especially with how expensive gas is right now. If you're looking to save money when it comes to owning and maintaining your vehicle, then purchasing a hybrid or electric vehicle makes sense. With fully electric vehicles, you also enjoy the convenience of being able to recharge your vehicle from your own home.

Additionally, hybrid and electric vehicles are better for our environment. Hybrids and PHEVs release lower emissions than regular gasoline vehicles. Fully electric vehicles don't release any tailpipe emissions, and are considered zero-emission vehicles.

Kia has a wide range of hybrid, plug-in, and electric vehicles available now. If we don't have it in stock right now, we can custom order it for you!

Which type of vehicle suits your needs?

There are three main types of alternative fuel vehicles: hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and fully-electric. Each type has its pros and cons, with some performing better in certain situations than others. So how do you know which type is best for you? Read on to learn about each type and determine what would best suit your needs*.


Hybrid vehicles utilize a gasoline engine, electric motors, and a self-charging battery pack. The battery recharges via regenerative braking.

Hybrids are most similar to typical gas vehicles and can handle short trips and long distances without any hassle. 

  • Excellent gas mileage
  • Self-charging, do not need to be plugged in
  • Can be refueled at regular gas stations
  • More eco-friendly than regular gasoline vehicles
  • Can be more powerful than similar gasoline-only vehicles

Kia Hybrids

Plug-In Hybrid

Similar to hybrids, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) also utilize gas engines and self-charging batteries. However, PHEVs require charging due to their larger batteries.

PHEVs are well-suited to both short and long distance trips. PHEVs are able to run on electric power longer than hybrids due to the larger battery.
  • Can typically travel between 20-40 miles on electric power alone
  • Good fuel economy when utilizing gas
  • Optimize performance and efficiency by switching between gas and electric power depending on the drive



Electric vehicles (called EVs or BEVs) run entirely on electric motors powered by large battery packs. EVs must be plugged in to recharge, and typically take between 8-10 hours to fully charge from empty.
EVs are extremely efficient, with most new models being able to drive over 200 miles without needing to recharge. However, longer drives that exceed an EV's range will require dedicated stops and time to recharge at charging stations.
  • Less expensive than buying gas & more convenient to recharge at home
  • Typically cost less to maintain
  • Zero-emission vehicles

Kia EVs
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