The modelRead full Kia Niro review
This second-generation Kia Niro Hybrid shows a lot of promise. It's competitively priced, generously equipped, spacious inside and economical on fuel. The PHEV model rides a little firmer and is more expensive to buy outright, but its reduced running costs and ability to travel for longer on electric power mean it’s definitely still worth considering.
The trimSee full equipment
Mid-level 3 trim comes with everything most buyers will want – even heated front seats and wireless phone-charging. Plus, it's the cheapest version of the Niro EV to get a 10.25in touchscreen infotainment system rather than an 8.0in one.
The engineSee full engine specs
All versions of the Niro EV have a single 201bhp electric motor, which drives the front wheels and is fed by a 64.8kWh (usable capacity) battery. Acceleration is decent and a range of 250 miles on a charge is realistic, as long as you drive gently and the weather is mild.
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