3,000 people on waiting list for electric Kia e-Niro
Joining the list of supercars that command long waiting lists is the Kia e-Niro crossover. Three thousand have put their their names down so far. The post 3,000 people on waiting list for electric Kia e-Niro appeared first on Motoring Research.
The 2019 Kia Niro EV Is a Spectacular Entry-Level Electric. A 7.2-kW onboard charger enables recharge times on a 240-volt Level 2 power supply of 9.5 hours. Kia isn't helping its sales prospects by limiting the Niro EV to only 12 states (California and seven of the other ZEV states—but neither
The 2019 Niro EV is the next evolution in the Kia EV lineup. An EPA-estimated 239-mile range1 means you can venture out of town in search of adventure, and an ever-growing network of public charging stations means you can do it with confidence.2 Plus
will introduce a raft of upgrades to the electric SUV for 2020 – and has promised a “major ramp-up” in supply of it and the new .
The e-Niro went on sale in Britain earlier this year, but demand for the car greatly outstripped supply, with the entire UK provision selling out within weeks. Kia says that it has a 3000-strong waiting list for the EV, which offers around 280 miles of range.
Updated 2020 Kia e-Niro priced from £34,495
Kia has updated its in-demand e-Niro electric car for 2020. The old First Edition variant has bene replaced by a new ‘4’ grade. The post Updated 2020 Kia e-Niro priced from £34,495 appeared first on Motoring Research.
Kia has tweaked its hybrid crossover, the Niro , with fresh styling inside and out and some newly available tech features. The updated version of the gas-electric subcompact SUV, which is available in traditional hybrid and plug-in-hybrid forms—in addition to the all-electric Niro EV that recently joined
The allocation of 900 Kia e - Niros in the UK have all sold out. It only took a few weeks for the UK's small allocation of e - Niros to find owners, and it's proving popular elsewhere, too – so popular in fact that there's a production bottleneck delaying any more from arriving in the UK until next year.
For 2020, the e-Niro will be upgraded with new LED headlights and a revamped interior featuring a 10.25in touchscreen, ambient lighting and a new telematics system. It will cost £33,795 after the UK plug-in car grant, a £1000 rise on the 2019 model.
The Korean firm says it has secured enough supply for the UK market to clear the existing waiting list in the first six months of 2020, “with even more supply promised” in the latter half of the year. Customers not on the existing waiting list will be able to order an e-Niro from July next year.
Kia has also confirmed the first deliveries of the newwill commence in April next year. The compact SUV, which , features the same powertrain and batteries as the e-Niro, and now shares a post-grant price of £33,795.
Kia launches new versions of the Picanto, Stonic and Niro
Kia has revealed a trio of special editions and trim levels for the new year: the Picanto Zest, Stonic Maxx and Niro PHEV 2. The post Kia launches new versions of the Picanto, Stonic and Niro appeared first on Motoring Research.
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The Kia Niro keeps your options wide open with plenty of space . and clever ways to configure it. The generous interior dimensions give both you and your The true beauty of the Niro ’s aerodynamic design is in the way it rolls and the way it slices through the air squeezing out extra milage.
Kia’s UK boss, Paul Philpott, admitted the firm faced a “challenge” to meet the “unprecedented demand” for the e-Niro, but promised that “we are ready to meet customer demand for all-electric cars” in 2020.
Kia outlines £19 billion strategy to become 'industry leader' .
Company reveals plans for new bespoke EV models, urban mobility hubs and self-driving technology developmentThe so-called ‘Plan S’ is hoped to help the Korean firm establish “a leadership position in the future automotive industry”, and details planned new models, investment strategies and sales targets.