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Kia EV9 Can Haul Your Family Up To 304 Miles

Kia announces the EV9's EPA-estimated range, and clarifies model lineup.

Kia today announced the EPA estimated range for their EV9 SUV, and it's capable of up to 304 miles of all-electric range before needing a charge. The EV9 will come in several flavors, with range varying depending on the drivetrain (RWD vs. AWD) and battery size.

To get the maximum 304 miles, you'll need the "Light" 99.8 kWh RWD version, offering 89 MPGe. There is also a Light 76.1 kWh RWD version, offering and estimated 223 miles of range. Other models include:

Light 99.8 kWh RWD ($59,200)

304 mile range / 89 MPGe

Wind 99.8 kWh AWD ($63,900)

280 mile range / 83 MPGe

Land 99.8 kWh AWD ($69,900)

280 mile range / 83 MPGe

GT-Line 99.8 kWh AWD ($73,900)

270 mile range / 80 MPGe

Light 76.1 kWh RWD ($54,900)

230 mile range / 88 MPGe

Prices above are MSRP and exclude a destination charges of $1,495.

If you'd like to be one of the first to get the EV9, Kia will begin taking reservations on October 16. They require a $750 deposit, which will later be applied to the price of the vehicle. Kia mentions that customers who make a reservation request through November 27th are eligible to receive a suite of gifts after their purchase or lease of an EV9- including a Webasto Go Dual Voltage Portable EV Charger, a complimentary three-year Kia Maintenance Plan, one-year of available Digital Features & Services. Additionally, all customers purchasing or leasing the all-new EV9 will receive a credit for 1,000 kWh of charging with Electrify America.

Kia expects the EV9 to arrive in dealer showrooms before the end of the year.


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