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Kia New Niro Plug-In Hybrid
The New Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid
There's nothing like a Niro
Make your mark in this unique crossover: with a matte black tiger-nose grille flanked by projection headlights with double-arrow daytime running lights and LED front fog lights. Aluminium door scuff plates and chrome details add even more impact at both front and rear.
Make a statement in comfort and style. The high gloss black fascia design offers a streamlined view of the instruments. The heated front seats add to both driver and passenger comfort, complimented by the stylish black leather upholstery.
Spacious and styish
Adding to the range of pluses, the new Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid offers a remarkable 324 litres of space in the boot. So whatever you need to take along – shopping, luggage or the dog – there's space for it all.
Discover a new level of efficiency and boosted electric range. Petrol and electric engines ensure a smooth, efficient ride - so you can enjoy your drive with a clear conscience.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) with Pedestrian/Cyclist Protection gives you warning signals and automatically brakes if you don't react, when it detects any risk of collision. A radar and a camera detect potential dangers in the car's path, including pedestrians, cyclists and cars.
Adaptive Smart Cruise Control Function with Stop & Go
Adaptive Smart Cruise Control Function (SCC) with Stop & Go uses the car's radar to regulate both the speed and the distance to the car in front. If the vehicle ahead speeds up, your Kia Niro PHEV accelerates to the set speed. If it slows down, your car slows, maintaining the safety distance.
Lane Keep Assist System
Stay on track in the new Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid. Lane Keep Assist system visually and audibly notifies you should you start to veer out of the lane. It even steers you back into place if you start to leave the lane.