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2019 Kia Niro EV


MSRP* $38,500 - $44,000
Invoice* $36,960 - $42,240

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City 123 MPG Hwy 102 MPG

Safety Rating

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Overall Rating:
5 (out of 5)
Value 5
Exterior 4.7
Interior 5
Comfort 4.8
Performance 4.9
Reliability 5
Instant Torque, Great Range, Great Quality

by CalifEVdriver from San Jose, CA | February 18, 2020

This car has been great so far. I've owned the car for 4 months now and have had no issues. The interior is excellent, the automated driving features are excellent, and the touch screen is good. I gave this a 5/5 for value because of the US federal tax credit of $7500, otherwise it would be a 3/5. At ~$39,000, this car is an OK buy, but at $32,000, it's exceptional. No oil changes, no trips to the gas station, instant torque, great headlights, quiet drive, and great automatic safety features. I have only two complaints so far with this vehicle: First, the seatbelts easily get twisted, and rattle rather loudly whenever you turn the car if they're twisted. Second, for not having an engine, you hear quite a bit of noise while driving - especially the whirring of the motors/drive train. These are both minor gripes, and don't make me regret my decision one bit.

Enjoy owning and driving

by xmapper from Rome, Ny | January 12, 2020

I like it “ a lot”, I also own a Nissan Leaf ( 40 kw). and I chose the Kia because of the range, believe me the extra range makes a big difference. The only negative that I can point out is that the car has a bit more road noise at highway speeds. Big plus is that the Kia seems to accurately display true range at highway speeds , the leaf tends to over state range at highway speeds. I should note that I love both of my ev;

Better than what I imagined

by Happy commuter from Camarillo CA | January 12, 2020

I was blown away by the quality of the Kia product I had purchased. I didn’t think I was going to like it and was in the process of ordering another car from another dealership where I bought my last car. Out of courtesy and to be positively sure I gave it go. So glad I did. I purchased the premium Niro ev and felt like I was driving a luxury car. The lane assist and the smart cruise control worked better than I could have imagined. My salesman John I think was enlightened too as how well it performed when I tested it with my hands off the wheel. I don’t recommend that but, I was just curious to how well it would work. I’m going to be whistling happy songs with the supreme comfort in my tumultuous LA traffic commute. The Harmon Kardon stereo has to be one of the best systems I’ve heard. So far extremely impressed with my purchase. I went in pre prejudiced a certain amount about the Kia. I’ve been more than pleasantly surprised by the comfort and quality of their vehicles.

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2019 Kia Niro EV Overview

The 2019 Kia Niro EV is the all-electric variant of the subcompact crossover. Maximum cargo capacity is 53 cubic feet with the rear seat folded down.

Two trims are available: EX and EX Premium.

Powering the Niro EV is a standard 201-hp, (170 kW) electric motor and a 64-kWh battery. It has a 239-mile electric driving range. The EPA gives it an estimated rating of 120/101 mpg(e) city/highway.

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