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Why buy a used Kia Niro?

If you're in the market for a car that's quiet, well-equipped and efficient, then a used Kia Niro is a great choice. This refined SUV contains advanced hybrid options that provide low running costs. Its spacious interior offers comfortable seating for everyone, while the quality of the materials used is superior to other cars in this segment.

Latest used Kia Niro

Kia, Niro

2019 - Kia Niro

2019 - Kia Niro44

£16,399

  • 1.6L
  • 43.8K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

cinch

02081310425 *

4.3/5 Stars

Kia, Niro

2021 (21) - Kia Niro

2021 (21) - Kia Niro25

£20,477

Finance available £400 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.6L
  • 28.4K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

Essex Auto Group Kia Southend

01702884175 *

Kia, Niro

2021 (21) - Kia Niro

2021 (21) - Kia Niro55

£21,750

Finance available £464 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.6L
  • 4.2K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Semi Auto
  • Estate

Hendy Kia Eastleigh

02382559745 *

4.5/5 Stars

Kia, Niro

2021 - Kia Niro

2021 - Kia Niro35

£17,999

  • 0L
  • 34.0K

    Miles
  • Full Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

cinch

01182172787 *

4.3/5 Stars

Kia, Niro

2020 - Kia Niro

2020 - Kia Niro43

£16,489

  • 1.6L
  • 59.5K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

cinch

01604273675 *

4.3/5 Stars

Kia, Niro

2021 - Kia Niro

2021 - Kia Niro38

£20,399

  • 1.6L
  • 27.0K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

cinch

01473905712 *

4.3/5 Stars

Kia, Niro

2018 (68) - Kia Niro

2018 (68) - Kia Niro19

£11,995

Finance available £245 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.6L
  • 144.0K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

Motor Vise Ltd

02036425627 *

Kia, Niro

2021 - Kia Niro

2021 - Kia Niro38

Low Mileage

£19,699

Finance available £418 pm

*Representative example

  • 1.6L
  • 24.0K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Automatic
  • Estate

Motorpoint Burnley

01282881945 *

Kia Niro snapshot review

Pros

  • Well-equipped
  • Spacious interior
  • Quiet on the move

Cons

  • Uninspiring looks
  • Noisy at motorway speeds
  • High list price

Kia Niro by type

Automatic
Manual
Electric
Petrol
Petrol EV & Hybrid
5 Door

Used Kia Niro information

Engines and transmissions

The Niro has been available with self-charging hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric powertrains. These only pair to an automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.

Petrol
  • 1.6-litre GDi produces 127bhp and has an efficiency rating of up to 64.2mpg with 100g/km of CO2 emissions.
  • Plug-in hybrid increases the output to 177bhp and offers nearly 40 miles of electric-only driving.
  • Earlier 1.6-litre produces 125bhp and achieves 61.4mpg.
  • Previous 1.6-litre self-charging hybrid generated 139bhp and had a fuel economy rating of 58.9mpg.
Electric
  • 64.8 kWh battery allows for a driving range of up to 285 miles per charge.
  • Electric motor outputs 201bhp and 255Nm of torque.
  • With a DC fast charger (300kW), charging can take place in under 45 minutes.

Practicality

As a crossover, the Kia Niro is agile and fun to drive, but also offers plenty of space for a family.

Interior space
  • Wide front seats are supportive and adjustable for maximum comfort.
  • Ample leg and headroom for a car in this segment.
  • Rear doors open wide for quick access to the ISOFIX mounting points for child seats.
Boot space
  • 475-litre boot with the Niro EV is the largest of the three, followed by the self-charging hybrid at 451 litres and the PHEV at 348 litres.
  • Folding down the rear seats creates 1,342 litres in the hybrid and 1,445 litres in the PHEV.
  • Two-position floor available in self-charging hybrid models, with the PHEV having an under-floor spot for smaller items.

Safety

  • 2022 Euro NCAP rating is four out of five stars.
  • Adult occupant rating is 91% and child occupant is 84%.
  • Standard kit includes forward collision assist, blind spot collision avoidance and highway driving assist.

Technology

  • 8.0-inch touchscreen display comes standard, while a 10.25-inch model is available.
  • 10.25-inch dashboard display reveals personalised information based on driver preferences.
  • Standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto offer more connectivity features.

Kia Niro generations

Kia's first hybrid-only model, the Niro was released in 2017. As a crossover model, it fits perfectly between the compact Soul and bigger Sportage. Since its introduction, Kia has also released a plug-in hybrid model, an all-electric variant and several facelifts that keep the lineup fresh and new. Now in its second generation, Kia added some advanced tech features and safety equipment, giving even more value for the money.

Second Generation (2022 to Present)

With the release of the new Niro, Kia ensured that it featured a whole new look worthy of modern times. The interior design is closely related to the EV6 electric model for more cohesiveness in the lineup.

While some of the powertrain options were refreshed and refined, Kia still offered a wide range of configurations. With a regular hybrid, plug-in variant and electric model, there's been a choice for every driver.

Second Generation (2022 to Present)
Fuel type:
Full Electric / Hybrid - Petrol/Electric / Not Supplied
Engine Size:
1.6
MPG:
Acceleration:
7.8 - 11.3 seconds
Boot space:
348 - 475 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
4 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    150kW 3 64kWh 5dr Auto

  • Cheapest

    1.6 GDi Hybrid 2 5dr DCT

  • Fastest

    150kW 3 64kWh 5dr Auto

First Generation (2016 to 2022)

Sharing its platform with the Hyundai IONIQ, the Kia Niro has been available with several different models and a unique bodystyle. It's also well-known that this generation Niro received the official Guinness World Record for having the lowest fuel consumption of a hybrid vehicle in the world at the time of its release.

The first model to be released was a self-charging hybrid, followed a year later by the plug-in hybrid. Right after that, Kia also unveiled the all-electric Niro EV. While they all manage to have a similar exterior style and interior features, the power is produced differently with each.

First Generation (2016 to 2022)
Fuel type:
Full Electric / Hybrid - Petrol/Electric / Not Supplied
Engine Size:
1.6
MPG:
64 - 217
Acceleration:
7.5 - 11.5 seconds
Boot space:
324 - 451 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 4 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    150kW 4 64kWh 5dr Auto

  • Cheapest

    1.6 GDi Hybrid 1 5dr DCT

  • Fastest

    150kW 4 64kWh 5dr Auto

Used Kia Niro information

Used Kia Niro FAQ's

How well does the Kia Niro handle?

The hybrid Kia Niro variant gets a 6-speed twin-clutch gearbox, which initially offers a slightly unsettling jerky shifting experience. However, the car soon settles down as it gains more speed. The steering offers direct feedback making it easy to handle, safe and predictable. Due to its electric-assist motor, the Niro is most efficient and drives best around the city.

What is the fuel economy of the Kia Niro?

The hybrid Kia Niro comes with a turbocharged 1.6-litre 104 bhp petrol engine combined with a 43 bhp electric motor. The plug-in PHEVs have an electric range of 30 miles, providing an overall economy of 200 mpg. The all-electric Kia e-Niro powered by the smaller 39 kWh battery delivers a range of 180 miles, and the 64-kWh battery delivers a cl| ass-leading range of 282 miles.

How long does it take to charge the Kia Niro EV?

The small battery in the Kia Niro takes about 6-7 hours to charge when using a 7.5-kW home charger. If you have the long-range battery option, the charging time increases to 9-10 hours. When using rapid charging points at 50 kW, it takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Charging with a 3-pin power supply will take about 24 hours to fully charge a drained battery in the Kia e-Niro.

Is the Kia Niro a comfortable car?

Front occupants in the Kia Niro have ample legroom and headroom, ensuring a comfortable drive around the town. The driver gets a wide range of adjustment options for the seat and steering wheel. However, the foot-operated parking brake sits a little high when it's disengaged. The Niro's square shape offers excellent headroom for passengers in the rear, even for taller adults.

How much boot space does the Kia Niro provide?

Even though the boot space is less than the 445 litres provided by the Toyota Prius, the Kia Niro's 382-litres boot is pretty sufficient compared to other rivals, like the Volkswagon Golf. Folding down the seats down increases the luggage space to 1,380 litres, except for the plug-in hybrid, which opens up 1,300 litres.

Is the Kia Niro a safe car?

The debut Kia Niro earned a 4-star rating in the Euro NCAP crash and safety test. However, adding the Advance Safety Pack option increases its safety rating to 5 stars. Kia added these safety features later as a standard, including emergency stop signal, lane-keep assist and a collision avoidance assist system. With all this, the Kia Niro is a safe car.

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