Kia Niro Leasing
Top 3 Features
Low emissions make it cheaper to run.
Even low-spec models come well equipped.
Kia’s 7-year warranty provides peace of mind.
Why Lease A Kia Niro?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The big battery in the plug-in model limits the size of the Niro’s boot, to 324 litres with all seats in play and 1322 with the second row folded down. As a result, some rivals will deliver more space for luggage. At the other end of the scale, the all-electric E-Niro is the most practical member of the family with a 451-litre boot. Having said that, loading heavy items should be easier than other cars thanks to the lack of a load lip. Fold the back seats down and they lie completely flat. This makes loading long objects much easier, with fully 1425 litres on offer in the regular hybrid model of the Niro.
There are some convenient compartments, including a storage box in the centre console as well as pockets in the front seat backs. There’s also a pair of cupholders in the centre console, as well 2 more in the folding rear armrest.
Thanks to the electric powertrain and low emissions, the Niro is very cheap to run. The hybrid delivers a respectable 70mpg, while the plug-in returns an impressive 200mpg. To get close to that number, you’ll have to plug in and not just rely on the petrol engine to charge the battery. Otherwise, expect the same fuel economy as the hybrid, which boasts a travel span of 36 miles on electric power alone. The all-electric version, meanwhile, promises 282 miles of range on a full charge.
Niro Self-Charging HybridThe regular hybrid model which uses a system similar to the Toyota Prius.
Niro Plug-In HybridFill it up with petrol and/or plug it in to charge the battery. This model can go longer on a full charge than the hybrid model, but has the benefit of the engine to top up the battery.
E-NiroAn all-electric model that offers nearly 300 miles of range on a full charge. It therefore benefits from zero road tax or congestion charge.
High Performance ModelsThe Niro’s a great family car, but it’s not made for carving through corners. If you’re looking for a sporty SUV, then consider leasing something like a Jaguar E-Pace, although be aware the British vehicle is considerably more expensive.
The Kia Niro Vs Competitors
Kia has come a long way in recent years in terms of reliability, ranking highly on independent customer surveys. The Niro comes with a 7-year/100,000-mile warranty, as is standard with all Kias.
The size of the battery in the plug-in model certainly impacts boot space. There is, however, more room in the other models.
There are 3 trim levels to choose from: 2, 3, and 4. There are lease deals for all of these, spanning all the Niro models available.
SUVs are taking over from hatchbacks and saloons as the preferred option for the family car. The Kia Niro is this sector’s Toyota Prius, allowing families to make a green choice for the school run.
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