Kia e-Niro 39 kWh

Kia e-Niro 39 kWh

A great car, but the range is a bit low in comparison to the size of the car....in our eyes.

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This car with Go Eve

£

per month incl:

  • 1,000 miles / month

  • Insurance

  • Road Tax  (currently £0)

  • Breakdown cover

  • Tyres

  • Servicing

6 month's commitment on this car

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Mates rates on this car

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Money from any friends sharing your car is passed back to the primary driver's account at the end of the month. 25% of this is retained by Go Eve to cover the service.

Even we can't quite bring ourselves to call the Niro a good looking car. It's a bit slab-sided for that. But inside the chunky profile there's space, there's range, and there's decent performance to go with it. 

The build quality is classic Korean...it's bullet proof all the way. If we struggle for any criticism beyond the chunky looks we might say it shares the slightly bouncy handling of many compact SUVs, but that's about it. So if you're after range, space, and well made, the Niro should be on your list. Neither Kia nor the Niro have the brand equity of VW or the Golf, but the Niro's virtues all point in that direction. 

Top Gear's review is here

WhatCar's review is here

Details

To buy at a dealer: £

29845

Prices

Tax P11D value: £

Range

Official (WLTP*):

180

miles

Real World:

146

miles

Charging

Battery size/ capacity:

42

kWh

Normal connector:

Type 2

Rapid charging capacity:

50

kW

Rapid charge connector:

CCS

Rapid charging time:

43

mins

Size

Seats:

Length:

Width:

5

4375

mm

1805

mm

Boot:

451

litres

Boot (seats down):

1405

litres

*Note: The "WLTP" range is the international standard range.  Also, note that P11D values vary slightly over time. 

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