New electric Kia Niro has a 239-mile range 64-kWh lithium-ion battery, 201-horsepower electric motor Full recharge in under 10 hours with 220-volt AC charger DC Fast Charger gives 80 percent in 75 minutes On sale by late February Sold in 12 states Pricing expected around $37,500 The Kia Niro, when it arrived in 2016, was
An electric car made by South Korean automaker Kia has taken home the prestigious What Car? “Car of the Year” award, beating out contenders like BMW’s 3 series, the Jaguar i-Pace and the Renault Zoe. It’s the first time the South Korean automaker has won the coveted award, also marking a milestone in automotive history
The Kia e-Niro is a five-door small electric SUV which will be competing with the likes of the Hyundai Kona electric, Nissan Leaf, Hyundai Ioniq and smaller Renault Zoe. Arguably, the two biggest buzzwords in motoring right now are ‘SUV’ and ‘electric’. The Kia e-Niro is both, which means it’s probably on to a winner.
Earlier this year, we were seriously impressed by the new Nissan Leaf. The original mainstream electric car had, in second-generation guise, moved the game on again. Those seeking a (relatively) affordable EV need look no further. But it’s a sign of how quickly the electric car market is developing that the new Leaf has already
The Kia e-Niro is our favourite electric family car. It’s a great compact SUV with a 282-mile official electric range and an affordable price The Kia e-Niro is a compact family SUV with a claimed 282-mile range (on the WLTP cycle) from a 64kWh lithium-ion battery pack, and single electric motor that powers its front
DrivingElectric has named its first Car of the Year, the Kia e-Niro, at the first ever DrivingElectric Awards Our inaugural awards have been won by the all-new Kia e-Niro, and it’s not hard to see why. This pure electric, compact family SUV gets a range of 301 miles, and promises to be comfortable and great
Niro comes of age as an electric car with an excellent drivetrain and impressive real-world range What is it? Electric cars may seem to dominate the mainstream media motoring coverage, but there really are not that many pure EVs you can buy yet in the UK, and even fewer with a ‘big’ range. So the