The modelRead full review
In pre-production form, the second-generation Kia Niro Hybrid shows a lot of promise. Not only is it competitively priced, but it’s also generously equipped and spacious inside. That said, we suspect the PHEV model, with its punchier performance, lower running costs and ability to run for extended period of times on electric power will be the pick of the range.
The trimSee full equipment
This range-topping trim gets you loads of kit, including a sunroof, an electric tailgate, heated seats in the front and back, and a heated steering wheel. It’s also the only Niro EV trim available with funky contrast colour rear pillars. It’s very pricey, though.
The engineSee full engine specs
For everyday driving the Niro Hybrid feels perfectly quick enough, but when you need a bit more kick, for joining a motorway or overtaking, it isn’t quite there and it builds speed rather leisurely. It certainly doesn’t feel quicker than its official 0-62mph time of 10.2 seconds suggests.
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