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Kia e-Niro Leasing

The Kia e-Niro is not just a compact electric SUV. This is the car that made the electric SUV a viable alternative to mainstream models. With an attainable price, bags of range and all the practicality you expect from a medium-sized Kia, it’s a brilliant family car. The fact the e-Niro runs on electricity is almost secondary – and that’s the biggest compliment you can pay it.
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The electric motor keeps running costs down.

It has plenty of range.

But it’s still a practical family car.

  • There’s plenty of space in the back of an e-Niro. The 451-litre space is bigger than that of the ‘standard’ hybrid Niro, and it’s up there with some larger SUVs. It runs the SEAT Ateca close, and it beats the Volkswagen T-Roc. It’s certainly much more spacious than the Hyundai Kona Electric. If that still isn’t enough, you can of course fold down the back seats to free up some more carrying capacity.

    But if you leave the backrests upright, you’ll find a spacious cabin. You can fit 4 adults with no trouble at all and kids will have more room than they know what to do with. Carrying 3 grown-ups across the back seats might be a bit tight on long journeys, but it’s fine on shorter trips.

  • Low running costs are among the key reasons for choosing an electric car and the e-Niro is up there with the best. A single charge will take you up to 282 miles if you choose the larger battery pack, although that falls to 180 miles with the smaller battery option. Choose the larger unit and you’ll have no trouble. In the real world, it gives you the ability to cover around 200 miles between charges, and that’s more than enough. This is an electric SUV that really can replace your petrol or diesel car.

    And that would definitely be a prudent swap if you’re a company car driver. The e-Niro doesn’t even have an exhaust pipe, let alone exhaust emissions. As a result, it incurs single-figure company-car tax rates. In 2021/22, it slots into the 1% bracket. Just 1%. Even the hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions can’t match that.

Models Available

Kia e-Niro SUV 5-door

The e-Niro is only available as a practical 5-door, 5-seat SUV.

Trim Levels

Trim levels available: 2, 3, 4+.The e-Niro’s standard specification is very generous. You get 17-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and a reversing camera, plus an 8-inch touchscreen. A digital instrument display, ‘keyless’ push-button start, and the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration systems are also thrown in. And that’s before we get to the cruise control, automatic headlights and part-leather upholstery.

The Kia e-Niro Vs Competitors

The e-Niro goes up against electric compact SUVs such as the MG ZS and the DS3 Crossback E-Tense. Except it’s much better than both those models. The MG is affordable and well equipped, but it doesn’t have the Kia’s quality. The DS3 is luxurious and competent, but it feels flimsy next to the e-Niro. Perhaps a better option might be the funky Peugeot E-2008 or the Vauxhall Mokka-E. Both use the same platform as the DS, but they feel more substantial. Alternatively, you could look at more conventionally powered models including the Skoda Kamiq, Mazda CX-30 and Volkswagen T-Roc. All 3 are great cars, but they can’t match the e-Niro for running costs.
  • Kia’s cars are renowned for their dependability. After all, the company has such faith in its products it offers a 7-year warranty. And that’s quite some reassurance. The e-Niro’s powertrain might be high-tech, but it’s quite simple, so it should be even more reliable than a conventional Kia.

  • The e-Niro’s boot measures 451 litres. That’s bigger than a standard Niro hybrid, and it’s more than you’d get in a VW T-Roc or a Mazda CX-30. It can’t quite compete with bigger SUVs, such as the enormously spacious Skoda Karoq, but there’s plenty of room back there.

  • When you lease a Kia e-Niro, you get a choice of 3 trim levels and 2 powertrains. The less powerful option is offered in basic ‘2’ and midrange ‘3’ form, while the more powerful choice is offered across the range. Only the top-end ‘4+’ trim is exclusive to the big-batteried 204hp car.

  • Yes, every version of the e-Niro comes with rear parking sensors. A reversing camera is also standard on entry-level models, while front parking sensors are offered on more luxurious versions.

  • The e-Niro is a very practical car, with more space than a ‘standard’ hybrid Niro. The 451-litre boot is up there with other similarly sized SUVs and there’s plenty of space for passengers. Even the middle seat is usable for short journeys.

  • A strong electric powertrain, low running costs and a well-built interior have helped put the e-Niro up with the best in the class. It’s one of very few electric cars that can really mix it with conventionally powered mainstream family models. And that makes it one of the best electric cars out there.

  • You’ll find the best Kia e-Niro lease deals with Vanarama. We guarantee an unbeatable price with no hidden fees and also have a free 30-day returns policy, so if you’re not completely satisfied with your new vehicle, you can hand it back and try something else. 

    Get in touch with our friendly team of advisors for more information about leasing a Kia e-Niro or if you have any other Vanarama queries.

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