Regenerative braking captures the energy produced when you slow down and uses it to recharge Niro’s lithium-ion drive battery.
Niro’s parallel hybrid system pairs a gasoline engine with an electric motor to deliver up to an EPA-estimated 53/48/50 (City/Highway/Combined) MPG for the Niro LX.
The Niro’s 1.6L, gasoline-direct injection (GDI) engine provides necessary power to the hybrid drivetrain—so there’s no sacrifice in the fun-to-drive department.
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.
The bold front grille features a diamond pattern, giving it a 3-D look that makes an exciting first impression. A modernized rear bumper and available LED Rear Combination Lights complete the refined-yet-athletic appearance of Niro.
Niro’s generous interior space flexes to fit your life, with a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat that allows for up to 63.2 cubic feet of cargo space.
Stay comfortable, with an available 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, high positioned seating showcases a superior view of the road, available heated and ventilated seats, available heated steering wheel, and available power sunroof.
The standard 8.0-inch display and available 10.25-inch touchscreen display with split-screen capability allow access to available features like the Voice-Command Navigation System.
Standard Apple CarPlay® lets you send texts verbally, receive calls, and access your favorite apps all while keeping your focus on the road—without touching your phone.
With standard Android Auto™, you can make calls, dictate texts, and access voice-guided navigation directly from your Niro.
The updated interior starts with a unified dashboard design and available 8-inch LCD Supervision Instrument Cluster for digital driver information at a glance.
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.
Standard LFA can help correct lane position by applying steering input in order to help maintain course if it detects your vehicle getting too close to lane markers.