Kia offers cheaper options for 2023 EV6 through leasing and financing bonuses

To increase accessibility for customers, Kia America has announced a promotion for the award-winning EV6 crossover. This promotion will run until July 5, 2023, and offer a $7,500 EV lease bonus as a capitalized cost reduction to customers who lease a new 2023 EV6 and meet the required qualifications.

Well-qualified customers who are approved by Kia Finance and meet the necessary requirements can lease a 2023 EV6 Wind RWD for $499 per month for 36 months. The lease agreement will require a lease inception payment of $4,999. Alternatively, Kia Finance America is offering up to $3,750 in standard-rate finance bonus cash to well-qualified buyers who purchase a new 2023 Kia EV6.

In a statement, Kia America’s COO & EVP Steven Center expressed his enthusiasm for the success of the Kia EV6, saying “We think this is an opportunity that will appeal to many customers eager to experience the EV lifestyle.” The EV6 boasts several motor and drivetrain options, with some variants offering an EPA-estimated all-electric range of more than 300 miles.

There are three variants of the EV6 available: Wind, GT-Line, and GT. Wind and GT-Line are offered in both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive, whereas the GT is solely available in all-wheel drive. The vehicle can be charged using ultrafast 800v DC fast chargers and can recharge from 10% to 80% in roughly 18 minutes using a 350-kW charger.

With an EPA-estimated all-electric range of 310 miles, the GT-Line (RWD) and Wind (RWD) trims of the EV6 provide generous passenger room due to their flat-floor interior and offer vehicle-to-load (V2L) functionality. Additionally, the EV6 comes equipped with a variety of advanced driver assistance systems, enhancing connectivity and convenience for the driver.

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