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Kia Niro EV 2023 prices start around $40,000, which seems fair


In ours 2023 Kia Niro first drive reviewWe have set a price for mixture and Dip into the mixture version, but in 2023 Niro EV still labeled TBD. Well, now that we know, and that’s basically what you’d expect from the previous generation, the competition and Kia’s other electrification options.

There are two trim levels: Wind and Wave. Prices start at $40,745, including a $1,295 destination fee, and are very well equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, a tire travel kit (no spares), automatic LED headlights, mirrors heated, automatic wipers, separate visors, power liftgate, eight-way power driver’s seat, upholstery in imitation fabric and leather (made from recycled eucalyptus), heated front seats, upholstered steering wheel simulated leather, dual-zone automatic climate control, wireless phone charging, 10.25-inch instrumentation and infotainment screen, wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, five USB ports, Harman audio system The six-speaker Kardon and the full complement of Kia’s safety tech.

After that, Wave started at $45,745 and roughly equal to the other Niros‘SX Touring trim level. It adds an inverter to the vehicle under load, allowing you to power it electronically or even to other cars, upgraded headlights, fog lights, power folding mirrors, sunroof, power passenger seat eight directions, driver memory settings, full “eucalyptus” leather upholstery. , heated and ventilated front seats, heated steering wheel, upgraded Highway 2 driver assistance system (adaptive cruise control is standard, but this adds lane change functionality) automatic and AI that adapts to your driving style), Smart Park automatic parking assist, parking sensors and automatic rear brake.

One notable difference between the Niro EV and the other two Niros. Same array of color are available, but the gloss black aero blade appears to be not (pictured above right on a hybrid). It comes in full body color, except for the white and silver combination you see in the upper left image. What a shame. However, the black side trim remains.

As you might be wondering, 2022 Kia EV6 starts at $42,695, or about $2,000 more than the Niro EV. It’s bigger, more refined, and will charge significantly faster, but the basic Light trim is only good for 232 miles. It is also RWD, which will be a must-have choice for people in many parts of the country. The Niro EV is FWD only and should be good for 253 miles. It will also be slightly faster. The EV6 Meanwhile, the Wind RWD trim is a bit faster, can run for more than 300 miles, and is similarly equipped as the Niro EV Wave. It starts at $48,795. The Wind e-AWD version is $52,695, but keep in mind that comes with a big chunk of time.

The Niro EV price seems fair with a starting point of VW ID.4 and Toyota bZ4X. In fact, given its equipment, we’d say it’s good value to be found. However, the most natural competitor is Chevrolet Bolt EUV, a lot cheaper than the rest of the field. EUV starts at $28,195 and tops out at $37,885. And that was before the federal tax credit no longer applied to its competitors.

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