Kia e-Niro is a spacious family car with no range anxiety
The Kia e-Niro is Kia’s second All Electric vehicle to go on sale in the UK. It offers more space and practicality than other affordable EVs currently on offer with a competitive max range and price compared to it’s rivals the Hyundai Kona Electric and the VW ID.4. It has the same drivetrain and battery pack as the Kia Soul EV.
There are 4 versions to configure to suit your needs. The e-Niro ‘2’ starting at £30,345, the e-Niro ‘2’ 64kWh starting at £32,445, the e-Niro ‘3’ starting at £37,350 and the e-Niro ‘4+’ starting at £39,645. The e-Niro ‘2’ and e-Niro ‘2’ 64 kwh prices both include the government car grant discount but the other models don’t as the grant doesn’t apply to cars priced over £35,000.
Battery and Charging
There are 2 battery variants, the entry levely ‘2’ model comes with the 39kWh (134bhp) with the option of upgrading to the 64kWh (201bhp). The e-Niro ‘3’ and ‘4+’ come with the 64kWh as standard.
Kia quote a max City range from 251 miles for the entry level version and a max City range of 383 miles for the ‘3’ and ‘4+’. The Combined range claim 180 miles and 282 respectively.
Only the Kia e-Niro 4+ comes with a 3-phase 11 kW on-board AC charger for faster charging at public fast charging points taking less than an hour to achieve an 80% charge.
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Specification: Kia e-Niro