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Cars 3,000 people on waiting list for electric Kia e-Niro

14:50  02 december  2019
14:50  02 december  2019 Source:   motoringresearch.com

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a car parked on a city street: Kia e-Niro waiting list © Provided by Motoring Research Kia e-Niro waiting list

Joining the list of supercars and sports cars that command long waiting lists is the Kia e-Niro crossover. Three thousand people have put their their names down so far – for a car that’s yet to be built.

Happily, Kia plans to ramp up supply of its new EV. It expects the 3,000 orders to be fulfilled within the first six months of 2020.

Joining the e-Niro in 2020 will be Kia’s new Soul EV, a quirky SUV with the same electric architecture as the Niro. The long-range e-Niro has 280 miles of range and will set you back £34,495 after the Plug-in Car Grant is deducted from the price.

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7, 000 Norwegians are on the waiting list for the Kia e - Niro alone. Only 2, 000 customers could expect to receive their car in the course of this year. Meanwhile, places on waiting lists are being sold on the Internet – for 5, 000 euros, one moves up the list . In Germany, customers have to wait around 12

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Those who have yet to order an e-Niro will receive their car no sooner than July 2020. Deliveries of the Soul EV, which opened for orders this last July, are expected to start in April. The Soul is £700 cheaper than the Niro post-grant.

“Since launching e-Niro at the beginning of the year, we have received unprecedented demand which has been a challenge to fulfil,” said Paul Philpott, president and CEO of Kia Motors UK.

“As we enter 2020 with the Soul EV and e-Niro, we and our 190-strong dealer network are ready to meet customer demand for all-electric cars.”

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a close up of a car: Kia e-Niro waiting list © Provided by Motoring Research Kia e-Niro waiting list
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Demand for electric cars is on the up and the values of second-hand electric cars are holding strong – and increasing in the case of the Renault Zoe.

That’s a marked contrast to the first few years of mainstream electric cars being on sale in the UK, when they depreciated far faster than combustion cars.

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