2022 Kia EV6 starts just over $40,000

2022 Kia EV6 starts just over $40,000

One of the important parts of the 2022 Kia EV6 puzzle is finally here: the price. The base model called Lite comes with a 58kWh battery pack with a range of 232 miles. There is also a single rear motor that makes 167 horsepower. From $42,115 including destination expense. The federal tax credit for electric vehicles is $7,500 and the effective value will be reduced to $34,615. Discounts in other states will further reduce their prices.

Above the lights are the Wind and GT-Line models with a larger 77.4 kWh battery. They are offered as a single rear motor that produces 225 horsepower, or as a dual motor and all-wheel drive that produces 320 horsepower together. As for the single motor, the larger battery model has a range of 310 miles and the dual motor has a range of 274 miles. 

The price and other specifications of the high-end GT are yet to be announced. Here are the prices for the EV6 line so far.

Lighting: $42,115

Wind RWD: $48,215

Wind Dual Motor AWD: $52,115

GT Line RWD: $52,415

GT-Line Dual Motor AWD: $57,115

At this price, the Kia EV6 is slightly more expensive than the Platform Mate. Hyundai Ioniq 5 from $40,925. $41,955 VW ID.4 This is close to the Kia, but a few hundred dollars cheaper. However, the Ford Mustang Mach-E is more expensive than the Kia, with prices starting at $44,995. 

However, when comparing the all-wheel drive variations, the Kia is more expensive than all these competitors. Prices for the full range of Nissan Aria are yet to be announced, so we don't know how it will fit into these vehicles.

While Kia expects the EV6 to hit dealers in a few weeks (reviews coming soon), it will be "sold in all 50 states." I guess this means that it is not limited to one part of the country.

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