Crossovers Go Electric
A crossover EV fits the bill for many drivers.
The Chevy Bolt and Nissan LEAF are popular vehicles. Lots of pep and you can go pretty far on a single charge. The Chevy Bolt can travel more than 200 miles fully charged. Although you can get a set of golf clubs in a Chevy Bolt, other drivers need more room to haul stuff because we have kids, dogs and hobbies. Crossovers across the board are gaining in popularity, and Kia is now offering a plug-in hybrid Niro.
The Kia Niro goes 26 miles on electric and then the gasoline engine kicks in, allowing you to travel up to 560 miles. The Niro has plenty of room, making it practical for long trips—and we have a preview!
MGE recently hosted a group of high school students as part of our Career Ambassador Program. The students learned about careers in energy and put together a cool video on the Kia Niro as part of their six-week experience at MGE. Watch their video to hear more about the Niro and congratulate our ambassadors on a job well done!
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Be sure to visit the EV Rider
section of energy2030together.com
for additional features about new EVs.
Until next time,
MGE New Market Manager