Review Of The 2023 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid: Exuding A Baby EV6 Personality

The fuel-efficient Kia Niro compact station waggon has never been as popular as its corporate relative, the Hyundai Kona.

Nonetheless, this comprehensive revamp with edgier style, larger interior space, and increased electric range is likely to capture market share.

Kia's EV6 electric vehicle is dominating the market, accumulating prizes and impressing critics.

 However, with a starting MSRP of roughly $50,000, it is out of reach for many first-time EV buyers. Here is where Niro comes in.

It is offered with three powertrains, unlike the Kia EV6: a gas-electric hybrid, a plug-in hybrid, and an all-electric drivetrain.

 Not only does it offer tailored options, but it is also not significantly smaller than the EV6, making it the best value in Kia's hybrid/electric lineup.

In the case of the Niro, this means utilising either a conventional household outlet, which requires up to nine hours for a full charge,

or a level 2, 240-volt charger, which requires only 2.5 to 3 hours. It is not compatible with DC fast charging.

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