A highly responsive, 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (DCT) with Sport Mode shifts gears smoothly and quickly for seamless acceleration. Sport Mode provides improved steering feel, increased throttle response, and raised shift points.
Regenerative Self Charging captures the energy produced while you slow down and uses it to recharge the lithium-ion drive battery.
Niro Plug-In Hybrid gives you the option to go All-Electric using a high-density, lithium-ion polymer battery with an EPA-estimated All-Electric Range (AER) up to 26 miles.
Kia’s Full Parallel Hybrid System combines a hybrid-optimized 1.6-liter engine with an efficient electric motor and a powerful lithium-ion polymer battery, delivering an EPA-Estimated 46 MPG combined and 105 MPGe.
The standard 8.0-inch touch screen display and the available 10.25-inch touch-screen display with split-screen capability allow access to standard wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ and available features like the Voice-Command Navigation System.
Niro Plug-In Hybrid’s smartly designed interior space flexes to fit your life, with a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat that allows for up to 54.5 cubic feet of cargo space, which is more room than the Audi Q3 has.
An available 7-inch LCD Supervision Instrument Cluster puts digital driver information at a glance. Other available comforts include a 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, heated and ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel.
The standard Smart Key allows you to remote start your Niro Plug-In Hybrid so it’s ready to roll as soon as you sit down.
FCA w/ Ped comes standard on all trims and gives audible and visual alerts when it detects a potential hazard in your path, including harder to detect pedestrians.
This standard detection system can send out visual and/or auditory alerts to help warn you of objects it detects that may not be in your field of view.
When in reverse, standard RCCW can warn you if it detects oncoming obstacles, and may help apply the brakes to help mitigate a collision.
Available NSCC–C can help with control on the highway: maintaining a predetermined distance from the vehicle ahead, using navigation data to adapt to curves and speed limits, and even bringing you to a complete stop and then start off again with just a tap of the accelerator, while HDA helps to keep the vehicle centered in its lane.