Real World Range of the 2024 Kia EV9 and Compares to its EPA Ratings

The EPA just posted the official range numbers for the new 2024 Kia EV9.

We also have our own test results that give you a better idea of how far the new three-row electric SUV can go on a charge in real life.

The government says the EV9 can go anywhere from 230 to 304 miles, depending on how it is set up.

We got 240 miles out of our fully loaded GT-Line test car, which has two motors with a total of 379 horsepower and a 99.8-kWh battery pack.

The EPA says this model can go 270 miles, but keep in mind that this is an average number.

Our test was done on the highway at 75 mph, so the EV9 lived up to 88% of its EPA rate.