About This Vehicle
The Kia E-Niro, offers an impressive selection features, including regenerative braking, ECO+ mode, front and rear parking sensors, lane following assist and lane keep assist.
The E-Niro’s 64kWh capacity battery is capable of up to 283 miles (WLTP) pure electric driving range. We estimate this translates into 235 miles of ‘real world’ range.
Kia E-Niro uses a type two charging connector, for example: charging from flat to full in around 9hrs 30 mins on a 7kW home wallbox charger. The E-Niro rapid charges via a CCS connector (commonly found at motorway service stations). For more information read our charging guides: How long does it take to charge an electric car? and How much does it cost to charge an electric car?
Safety features include; twin front and side airbags, twin curtain airbags with roll over sensor, and hill start assist control (HAC).