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Harris KIA Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

Kia Soul

2022 KIA Soul EV - Designed to turn heads, built to change minds.

You're in charge. With a driving range of up to 383 km at full charge, the battery of the Soul EV Limited takes you the distance. Plus, the battery's flat design and location beneath the floor means it takes less room in the cabin, giving you more space to do you. Stand out, body and soul. Take the roads in style with the Soul EV's bold, unique design. Just like you, it has personality like no other. Connectivity on full display. Integrated touch screen navigation meets a stunning 10.25" multimedia interface to keep you connected, no matter where the road takes you. Support that's smart UVO Intelligence™ will give you confidence every time you travel, with a world of support services that look out for your security and comfort. From diagnostics to other remote services like vehicle finder and remote start/stop, everything is made simpler with connectivity like this. Your world is what matters. Stay connected to your phone, hands-free, using Apple CarPlay® and Android AutoTM, and access the things that matter like navigation, texts, and music.

Kia Niro

2022 KIA Niro

Roomy, versatile and fuel-efficient, the Niro is one capable crossover-hybrid. Smooth and reliable performance is delivered through our full parallel hybrid system that pairs an energy-dense battery, a lightweight electric motor and the 1.6L engine. The result is high efficiency performance. Life isn't one size fits all. That's why Niro gives you an incredible amount of storage space and multiple configurations to fit everything you need. Enjoy up to 1,789L of storage space with rear seats folded. Advanced forward collision avoidance assist, system detects and alerts you if a potential frontal collision is imminent, and can also automatically apply the brakes when necessary. Blind Spot Detection available in Niro uses radar to detect vehicles in your blind spot. It can also give visual and audible alerts to help you avoid risky lane changes. Rear cross-traffic alert offers the ability to detect vehicles behind you so you can reverse safely. The advanced UVO Intelligence™ system available in Niro offers control with your smartphone device. Essential features like remote start/stop, Find My Car and remote door lock/unlock will make your Niro even more connected.

Kia Niro PHEV
2022 Niro PHEV

Fuel-efficient, spacious and sporty, the 2022 Niro Plug-in Hybrid is one fearless crossover. The Niro Plug-in Hybrid makes the most of every driving situation. At low speeds, it can operate in EV (electric vehicle) mode. When you need a little extra power to accelerate and climb, the engine and electric motor run at the same time. The Niro Plug-in Hybrid will surprise you with its ample cargo room. Fold the seats flat to access 1,543L of storage space. Multiple configurations give you enough room to handle almost any situation. Surprises always pop up when driving in the city. The standard Advanced Forward Collision Avoidance Assist can intervene automatically, providing full braking assistance, up to a complete stop when possible, if it detects a potential frontal collision with another vehicle. The standard Blind Spot Detection system actively monitors your blind spots for approaching vehicles and provides a visual alert on the instrument cluster and outside mirrors, as well as an audible alert if you've signalled a lane change. Rear cross-traffic alert system offers the ability to detect vehicles behind you so you can reverse safely. The advanced UVO Intelligence™ system offers control with your smartphone device. Essential features like vehicle's battery charge status, charge level and driving range, remote start/stop, Find My Car and remote door lock/unlock will make your Niro Plug-in Hybrid even more connected.

Kia Niro EV


With all the versatility of a crossover and an all-electric range of 385 km, it's the only vehicle you will ever need. You can turn a trip to the grocery store into a road trip with the Niro EV. Thanks to its 64 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery, this SUV can go as far as 385 km on a full charge. Get to your destination without worrying about your charge thanks to the lithium-ion polymer battery inside the Niro EV. Its fast charging port lets you achieve an 80 percent charge from empty in as little as 54 minutes with a level 3 DC fast charger (100Kw). The Niro EV features a regenerative braking system that collects energy every time the driver brakes. Recharge your love for driving and gain access to an array of enhanced features. Sync your music, traverse traffic, check your messages and more with the hands-free Apple CarPlay® and Android AutoTM systems. The available built-in navigation system also eliminates the need to use your cellular data for directions. Tread lightly without packing lightly. The Niro EV allows easy cargo access for up to 1,804L of cargo space. This re-configurable interior adapts to whatever or whoever you bring along for the ride. The advanced UVO IntelligenceTM system that comes standard on Niro EV offers control with your smartphone device. Essential features like vehicle's battery charge status, charge level and driving range, remote start/stop, Find My Car and remote door lock/unlock will make your Niro EV even more connected.


EV Power

What’s the Difference between HEV, PHEV and EV?

Not all EVs are created equal and Kia offers three different types to meet the diverse needs of Canadian drivers. While all benefit the environment, the key difference involves the powertrain – the main components that generate power and transfer it to the wheels. This changes how the vehicle’s internal battery is charged.

The three options:

hybrid electric vehicle

Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)

HEV stands for hybrid electric vehicle. As the name indicates, this is a combination of an electric vehicle and a traditional, gasoline-powered vehicle. The components of an HEV include an electric motor, internal combustion engine (ICE, also known as a gasoline engine) and a battery. The HEV derives energy in two ways:

1) through regenerative braking, where the electric motor acts as a generator to save and store the energy produced when a vehicle is slowed down; and

2) fossil fuels that run the secondary gasoline engine.

Benefits: HEVs have a better return on fuel during city driving and while in stop-and-go traffic, in comparison to a standard gasoline or diesel vehicle.

Charging/Fuelling: HEVs cannot be plugged into an electricity source and are fuelled at standard gas stations.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)

PHEV stands for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. These are Hybrid Vehicles (they contain both an electric and gasoline powered engines), with the ability to charge the battery by plugging them in.

Benefits: In a Kia PHEV, you have the option of full EV mode, for zero emission driving, or HEV, where the gasoline engine is the main source of power for longer range needs, supplemented by the battery and electric motor.

Charging/Fuelling: The electric motor in a PHEV can obtain power from regenerative braking (see HEV), regular electrical outlets, or from an electric vehicle charging station. The ICE requires gasoline.

Battery Electric Vehicle (EV)

BEV stands for battery electric vehicle, also known simply as an electric vehicle (EV). EVs run on 100% battery power.

Benefits: An EV does not have an internal combustion (gasoline) engine, meaning it doesn’t produce tailpipe emissions. No ICE means lower maintenance costs in comparison to traditional vehicles.

Charging/Fueling: This type of vehicle derives all its power from plugging into a power source. With charging stations located across the country, your EV can be “fast charged,” keeping your travel capabilities limitless.


EV Charging

There are basically three different options for charging your EV or PHEV:

* Level 1, which uses a regular 110 Volt household outlet;

* Level 2, which uses a 240 Volt outlet, which you can have installed at home or find in public locations; and

* Level 3, which can be found in key public charging stations across Canada.

The main difference is the speed at which each level charges the battery. Here are the details:

Level 1 chargers

Level 1

Level 1 charging adds about 5 – 9 kms of driving range per hour of charging time.

Plug-in electric vehicle batteries can be fully charged using Level 1 chargers, which are compatible with any standard 120V outlet. This is the most common method for at-home charging.

Level 2 charging

Level 2

Level 2 charging adds about 25 – 40 kms of range per hour of charging time.

This level is ideal for drivers who travel more than 80 km/day and need to replenish their range overnight. A 240V (Level 2) outlet (like a stove or dryer outlet) can be installed in a garage or outdoors and enables faster charge times. This requires a compatible charger: 16A and 32A chargers are the two most common Level 2 chargers. However, there is a wide range of chargers available, with varying charge times. Level 2 chargers can also be found in thousands of public locations across Canada, such as shopping malls, restaurants, parking garages and private businesses. We have FLO Chargers in stock.


Level 3

Also known as DC fast charging, Level 3 charging can add 300+ kms of range in about 1 hr of charging time.

For drivers going long distances, Level 3 chargers can be used to charge vehicles quicker. Level 3 chargers are usually found in higher traffic public areas and use a 400V system. The most common Level 3 chargers are 50A and 100A, but there are alternative options with a wide range of amperage's. We have FLO Chargers in stock.