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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.
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Slightly quicker than the Niro Hybrid but still out performed by many rivals, including the Peugeot 3008 Hybrid – not only for acceleration but electric only range, which is officially 30 miles. Impressive tax breaks for the PHEV make it a very cheap company car option.
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