$5,000 is the maximum incentive amount currently offered by the federal government on the purchase or lease of new zero emission vehicles. KIA Canada does not administer the incentive and is not responsible for any cancellations or changes to the incentive program. Incentive information is provided for informational purposes only and KIA Canada makes no representations about the actual amount or eligibility for the incentive. Conditions and limitations apply. For more information on zero emission vehicles visit http://www.tc.gc.ca/en/services/road/innovative-technologies/zero-emission-vehicles.html.
British Columbia provincial Rebate
Up to $5,000 is available to B.C. residents on transactions which qualify for the CEV for the B.C. program. The CEV for B.C. program is offered to eligible B.C. residents who purchase or lease a qualifying new battery electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle on or before March 31, 2020. Up to $5,000 will be deducted off the after-tax sticker price. The customer does not need to apply for the rebate. The dealership gives the rebate to the customer at the point-of-sale as a clearly marked line item deducting the rebate amount from the final vehicle price on the bill of sale or lease agreement. For complete details about the CEV for B.C. program, go to https://www.cevforbc.ca/faq#n3132. The CEV for B.C. program is a B.C. government program and Kia does not guarantee that the program will continue to be offered and that the program details will remain unchanged.
Quebec provincial Rebate
Up to $8,000 rebate offered by the government of Quebec on the purchase or lease of a new electric vehicle. To be eligible for a rebate, the vehicle must be registered in the applicant’s name no later than December 31, 2020. Certain conditions apply. For details and conditions, visit http://vehiculeselectriques.gouv.qc.ca/english. The electric vehicle rebate is a Quebec government program and Kia does not guarantee that the program will continue to be offered and that the program details will remain unchanged.
To achieve up to 80 percent charge from empty in as little as 54 minutes a level 3 DC fast charger (100Kw) is required to be used with the vehicle’s fast charging port. The time indicated may vary depending on charging conditions and vehicle model.
Recharge times are based on a 0% state of charge (SOC).
* From September 23-24, 2020 Angus Reid conducted an omnibus survey among 1,500 Canadians aged 18+. The margin of error –which measures sampling variability – is +/- 2.52% 19 times out of 20.
** Why Dealers Need to Watch New EV Charging Sites – Canadian Auto Dealer