Hyundai Offers EV Customers Home Charger Deal

hyundai-ioniq-5-limited-2023-93-exterior-home-charging 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 | photo by Mike Hanley

Figuring out how, when and where to charge an electric vehicle are often some of the biggest hurdles for consumers when considering an EV purchase, so Hyundai is hoping to make charging easier for shoppers with a new initiative. The automaker announced it’s offering a complimentary ChargePoint Home Flex Level 2 charger and up to $600 off installation for its EV customers.

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The deal applies to customers who purchase or lease select new Hyundai EVs via Hyundai Motor Finance through Oct. 31. Eligible models include the model-year 2023-24 Ioniq 5 SUV, model-year 2023-24 Ioniq 6 sedan and model-year 2023 Kona Electric SUV. Customers then have 90 days to schedule the charger installation. Hyundai says the ChargePoint Home Flex Level 2 charger is valued at $549, and customers will also receive an installation credit of up to $600.

This move brings Hyundai in line with some other EV automakers offering similar free or discounted charging incentives. For example, certain GM vehicles come with promotions and credits for home charger installations. Other automakers, including Hyundai and Kia, have traditionally offered limited free charging sessions at public chargers, such as Electrify America and EVgo networks.

Interested customers can visit Hyundai’s site for home charging for more details.

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