Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid EV Chargers
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In 2022, Kia introduced the Kia Sportage Plug-in Hybrid, expanding its lineup of electric vehicles. As enthusiasts of Kia vehicles ourselves, we appreciate the intuitive technology and the wealth of EV charging information available on the app. We often receive requests for new Kia Sportage EV Chargers, as these vehicles do not come equipped with a level 2 EV Charger, and charging information can be limited.
Our EV Chargers offer the advantage of being lightweight, portable, and adaptable to various locations, whether you’re renting a home or planning to move, and they can even be used in places like RV parks where suitable plugs are available.
Recommendation: To optimize your EV charging experience by maximizing charging speed, avoiding long queues at commercial charging stations, and ensuring a full overnight charge when electricity rates are lower (in some states, super off-peak charging can be as much as 40% cheaper than peak times), we recommend our NEMA 14-50 40 amp 9.6 kWh Kia Sportage EV Charger. This choice is ideal due to the larger battery size and increased acceptance rate (how quickly the battery can accept a charge). It not only provides the fastest charging available but also futureproofs your charging needs. Charge times are optimized for efficiency. Charging from an empty battery (which rarely occurs in practice) takes approximately 2 hours, while charging from a 50% battery (a more common scenario) can be completed in just 1 hour.