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2022 Kia Niro Lineup | Daytona Beach, FL

The Kia Niro is a compact crossover SUV that offers a ton of versatility. It is offered as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and as an electric vehicle. But it can be hard to decide on the perfect Niro model that fits into your life. Our team at Daytona Kia has put together some highlights of each model so you can choose the right Niro for you.
 

2022 Kia Niro Hybrid

 
The Niro Hybrid is the most affordable option in the lineup, starting at $24,690, and it offers even more money-saving opportunities with its efficient powertrain.[1] The Niro Hybrid is available at five trim levels: LX, LXS, LXS Special Edition, Touring Special Edition, and EX Premium.
 
The exterior has a standard roof rails, so you can head out for a weekend adventure with room for all of your large gear. Inside, the Niro Hybrid comes with standard amenities like wireless Android Auto™ and wireless Apple CarPlay®, dual-zone climate control, and 54.5 cubic feet of total cargo space. But you can upgrade to higher trim levels to get other helpful and convenient features like a large 10.25-inch touch-screen display with voice-command navigation, a Harman Kardon® eight-speaker sound system, a wireless phone charger, adjustable mood lighting, heated and ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel.
 
When it comes to fuel economy, you can expect to achieve up to 53 mpg in the city and 48 mpg on the highway.[2] This is thanks to the Niro’s 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and Full Parallel Hybrid System. The SUV is equipped with a dual clutch six-speed automatic for incredible control and performance. To keep you safe, the Niro Hybrid can be equipped with many Kia Drive Wise safety systems like Highway Driving Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning, Blind-Spot Collision Warning, and more.
 

2022 Kia Niro PHEV

 
Moving up in efficiency and price gets you to the Niro PHEV, or Plug-In Hybrid. This version of the Niro starts at $29,590 and blends the power of hybrid technology with electricity.[1] The Niro PHEV is available at three trim levels: LXS, EX, and EX Premium.
 
With its plug-in hybrid engine system, you can expect to reach up to 105 MPGe combined and 46 mpg combined in the Niro PHEV.[3] Not only that, but thanks to its plug-in power, you can enjoy a total driving range of up to 560 miles.[2] Charging is simple, too. You have the flexibility to choose one of the various at-home charging options or one of many public charging stations across the country. Level 1 charging allows you to charge at home through a standard 110-volt outlet and fully charge the Niro in about 8-10 hours. Level 2 charging is available for at-home use and can also be found at public stations. These are much more powerful and can provide a full charge in less than two hours. Additionally, while it’s being driven, the Niro PHEV uses Regenerative Self Charging to capture and use the energy produced when you slow down.
 
Similar to the Niro Hybrid, the 2022 Niro PHEV comes with a long list of standard and available features to make everyday life easier and more comfortable. Standard Kia Connect lets you remotely control certain parts of the Niro PHEV, including remote start with climate control, locking and unlocking the doors, and a useful Find My Car feature. Inside, the Niro PHEV features a luggage board with an under-floor storage tray so you can bring more stuff along or hide things from plain sight. Upgrade to the EX trim for a power driver’s seat with lumbar support as well as heated front seats and a wireless phone charger.
 

2022 Kia Niro EV

 
The most efficient and eco-friendly model in the Niro lineup is the Niro EV, or electric vehicle. Rather than combining a gas-powered engine with hybrid technology, this SUV ditches it completely to offer an emission-free ride. The 2022 Niro EV starts at $39,990 and is available at two trim levels: EX and EX Premium.
 
On the outside, the Niro EV is distinctly different than the Hybrid and PHEV models thanks to EV Blue accents from front to back. The exterior also features standard fog lights, LED daytime running lights, heated rear glass, roof rails, a spoiler, and heated mirrors. Inside, the standard 10.25-inch touch-screen display is your command center for your electric vehicle. You’ll find important details like nearby charging stations, your efficiency, and how much charge the Niro EV has remaining. Of course, the touch screen also displays infotainment features like the standard eight-speaker Harman Kardon® premium surround sound system, Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, and Bluetooth®. When you opt for the upper EX Premium trim, this adds amenities like ventilated front seats, SynTex seating materials with blue accents, adjustable mood lighting, and more.
 
Of course, the 2022 Niro EV is also an incredibly safe SUV. It is equipped with the most standard safety systems in the Niro lineup. This includes an extra set of eyes in the form of Blind-Spot Collision Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (Pedestrian and Cyclist), Lane Keeping Assist, Lane Following Assist, and Highway Driving Assist. Rear Occupant Alert will let you know if something, or someone, is still in the back seat as you exit the vehicle. Driver Attention Warning will monitor your driving habits and alert you if you need a break. But the Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control-Curve system with Stop & Go takes the cake. This system will automatically adjust the speed of the Niro EV to keep you safely from the vehicle ahead and will adjust around curves as needed when using cruise control.
 
To learn more about the 2022 Kia Niro lineup and to see which model works for you, contact our team or visit us at Daytona Kia.
 
[1] “Starting MSRP” price is manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for lowest model trim. MSRP excludes destination and handling charges, taxes, title, license, options, and dealer charges. Actual price set by dealer and may vary.
 
[2] Based on EPA estimates. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and your vehicle’s condition.
 
[3] Based on EPA estimates on a full battery charge. Actual range and fuel economy will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits, vehicle maintenance, charging practice, battery age, weather, temperature, and your vehicle’s condition. Battery capacity will decrease with time and use. For more information on range, please see www.fueleconomy.gov.
 

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