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The official pricing hasn't been released yet but I've seen estimates that it could be around $45,000.

It makes sense given that the Hyundai Kona EV starts at $37,190 and the Kia Niro EV starts at $39,090.
 

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How close is Kia/Hyundai to reaching their EV sales volume limit (i.e., losing the ability to claim a fed tax write-off)?
 

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How close is Kia/Hyundai to reaching their EV sales volume limit (i.e., losing the ability to claim a fed tax write-off)?
I don't think Kia is close to their EV sales volume limit. It should be eligible for the tax credit.
 

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The official pricing hasn't been released yet but I've seen estimates that it could be around $45,000.

It makes sense given that the Hyundai Kona EV starts at $37,190 and the Kia Niro EV starts at $39,090.
With Tesla playing hardball, KIA will need to sell these for far less. Tesla will soon introduce a $25-30K car.
 

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With Tesla playing hardball, KIA will need to sell these for far less. Tesla will soon introduce a $25-30K car.
Tesla can keep their cars, crappy built quality, and I hate the interior with no instrument cluster, and that stupid tablet in the middle that will distract the hell of the driver.
At least Kia is keeping it conventional and looks great.
 

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With Tesla playing hardball, KIA will need to sell these for far less. Tesla will soon introduce a $25-30K car.
I'll take Tesla plans with a grain of salt, they rarely deliver their vehicles on time. Even if they do I think Kia can attract a lot of people to the EV6 because it looks so much better than the Model 3 or Model Y.
 

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pretty worrying to me, too. the spec list is dutch. there is another one from sweden. other european countries are not published yet. and the standard options of the different models seem to vary. look at items like surrond view camera, or the small battery. looks like they do not have a small battery in cold sweden... what is important is this: ev base, ev base plus and ev gt line rwd get the 19 inch wheels (225/...) for the gt line with 4wd there is the 20 inch option (245/...). the 20 inch option kills 30km (19 miles) of range. what is even more funny: in all vids (even those published by kia) the base ev6 model is shown on 20 inch wheels but according to the lists you cannot get 20s for base and gt line rwd. even more funny. in many presentations (car provided by kia) we see a sunroof. i did not find a sunroof option in the lists...
 

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Agreed how about possible incentives similar to or somewhere in between the 1 Yr free for Model 3 & Y, or 3yr deal for ID.4 on the EA network.
 

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The official pricing hasn't been released yet but I've seen estimates that it could be around $45,000.

It makes sense given that the Hyundai Kona EV starts at $37,190 and the Kia Niro EV starts at $39,090.
How close is Kia/Hyundai to reaching their EV sales volume limit (i.e., losing the ability to claim a fed tax write-off)?
I don't think Kia is close to their EV sales volume limit. It should be eligible for the tax credit.
Sorry quotes left out

Agreed how about possible incentives similar to or somewhere in between the 1 Yr free for Model 3 & Y, or 3yr deal for ID.4 on the EA network.
 
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