Kia is using electricity to create a brand-new way of driving. But how does it all work? From hybrids and plug-ins to full EVs, we guide you through Kia’s electrically powered models.
1.6 GDi Hybrid 4 5dr DCT
1.6 GDi PHEV 3 5dr DCT
150kW First Edition 64kWh 5dr Auto
150kW 4 64kWh 5dr Auto
The Niro is Kia’s first SUV hybrid model, combining the luxury and space of an SUV with the eco-friendly benefits of a hybrid. When you start the vehicle or drive at slow speeds, the Kia Niro only uses its electric motor.
The Kia Niro battery is recharged during braking, when the energy it creates is converted and sent back to the battery. This clever system delivers the best performance and energy use, with no need to charge.View offers
The Kia Niro PHEV operates in a similar way to the Niro Hybrid, but with a much bigger battery. The 59kw battery allows for 36 miles of pure electric driving, and plugging it in to charge is also easy and convenient, allowing drivers to continue their journey.View offers
There’s a reason the all-new Kia e-Niro was awarded What Car? Car of the Year. With an impressive driving range of up to 282 miles in a single charge, and a host of impressive gadgets, including smart cruise control and wireless phone charging, the e-Niro is equipped for any journey.View offers
Zero emissions. Tons of personality. The all-new Kia Soul EV can do 280 miles on a single charge, plus it’s packed with incredible tech, including a 10-speaker Harmon Kardon sound system, wireless smartphone charger and driver assistance features. Ready to lead the way?View offers
|Representative finance example Brand New 20 Plate Kia Niro|
|2.52%||Fixed interest rate|
|£12,007.14||Guaranteed future value|
|£25,400.38||Total amount payable|
|7.5p per mile||Excess mileage charge|