$4,000 Illinois Incentive Offered to Electric Vehicle Buyers; Kia EV6 Big On Style, Tech
This year, Kia EV6 buyers can qualify for a $4,000 rebate through Illinois’ Climate and Equitable Jobs Act. But act quickly. The rebate is reduced to $2,000 in 2026 and only $1,000 in 2028.
The EV6 is fun to drive, with plenty of room in the front and back.
Kia says you can replenish 70 miles in less than five minutes and charge from 10% to 80% battery capacity in under 18 minutes when using a 350-kW charger.
The peppy and stylish EV6 will satisfy Electric Vehicle shoppers seeking a quality and fun car to drive.
The EV6 is selling fast, and the EV6 is becoming a consumer favorite.
With one of the fastest charging times in its class, the EV6 will provide a full charge in only 6.3 hours. The Mustang Mach-E and Tesla Model Y take 8.8 and 11.5 hours, respectively.
Drivers will enjoy the comfortable ride and large infotainment system that can toggle between radio and climate controls.
Safety-conscious drivers will be happy with the Highway Driving Assist technologies, including adaptive cruise control and lane assist.
Future-proofing your EV, the EV6 is compatible with the latest high-powered 350-kW fast-charging stations. Previously, only the high-end EVs had that capability. The EV6 also boasts a 232-mile range.
Leading the pack, the EV6 boasts a 4.7/5 consumer rating compared with its class competitors.
As long as funds are available, Illinois residents that purchase an all-electric passenger vehicle in Illinois will be able to apply for a rebate. Illinois requires the purchaser must retain ownership of the vehicle for a minimum of 12 consecutive months immediately after the vehicle purchase date, with only one rebate will be issued to a purchaser in any 10-year period.
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