2018 Kia Niro
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Why Buy the 2018 Kia Niro?
More than likely, the reason you’d be looking at the 2018 Kia Niro is because it’s a hybrid and a crossover, two things that are very attractive to buyers. The design of the subcompact crossover looks a little like a hybrid itself, a combination of a tall wagon and a small crossover, which is appealing to many buyers. The overall look is clean, fresh, and contemporary, but it’s a much more conservative design than the Sportage. Because the design is so universal, the Niro looks like any other vehicle on the road. Compared to many hybrids, which scream how very different they are from the inside out, the Niro can appeal to as wide an audience as possible.
The Niro offers more power than other hybrids, which means you’ll be able to enjoy the get-up-and-go that you expect from a small crossover while enjoying the fuel economy savings as well. You’ll also find a host of standard features on the Kia Niro, which offers you the comfort that you want with the finishes you deserve.
Is the Kia Niro Good on Gas?
The different trims of the Kia Niro offer different ratings, but overall the fuel economy numbers for the Kia Niro are stellar. The most frugal version of the Kia is the Niro FE, which gets EPA ratings as good as 52 mpg in the city, 49 mpg on the highway, and that almost mythical 50 mpg combined. The thirstiest model is the high-end Niro Touring, but even that is rated at 46/40/43 mpg.
Is the Kia Niro AWD?
No–the Kia Niro is not all-wheel drive which may disappoint some buyers, but you compromise AWD capability for incredible fuel economy. Few drivers use their AWD regularly, so this may not be much of a compromise at all in If you’re interested in an SUV that offers all-wheel drive, take a look at the Sportage or the Sorento.
Which Kia Niro Should I Buy if I’m on a Budget?
You’ll have the option of four different Kia Niro trims, but if budget is on your mind you won’t be saddened by the features you’ll find on the base-level FE. The standard features include: 16-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, a rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, two 12-volt power outlets and USB and auxiliary input jacks on the center console, a 4.2-inch digital display between the instruments, a 7.0-inch touchscreen, and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility.