KIA NIRO PHEV
KIA launched the 2017 Niro Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) in 2016. Since wattEv2Buy does cover HEV vehicles, the current model has not interested for us. However, Kia announced that they foresee a Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) in the future, either 2018 or later. The opportunity might also exist that an all-electric (BEV) version might be available in the future as there is more than enough space to accommodate the necessary battery capacity. Since these models are further in the future wattEV2Buy, foresee that it would include more of the features of the Niro Concept as unveiled in 2013. To explore more about the NIRO Concept follow the link to our Concept page.
KIA NIRO PHEV SPECS
KIA NIRO PHEV SALES
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