The Niro Hybrid offers class-leading efficiency so you can go further with fewer fill-ups. Experience a capable hybrid powertrain with no sacrifice to a thrilling drive.
The all-new 2023 Niro family arrives with three electrified models to choose from. With best-in-class fuel efficiency, spacious seating, and a driver-centric interior, the Niro family offers innovation at every turn.
Bold design and advanced convenience features make the Niro Hybrid EX the perfect balance of luxury and ingenuity. With a wireless charging pad, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and 10.25-inch Navigation with Kia Connect and SiriusXM® Satellite Radio, this innovative hybrid packs class-leading efficiency and cutting-edge technology in one.
Available Driver-centric Dual Displays provide a driver-centric center touchscreen interface for navigation, diagnostic, convenience, entertainment, and immersive vehicle information features.
The spacious cabin offers 41.5-inches of front legroom so you can ride comfortably. And with 39.8-inches of rear legroom, the Niro Hybrid has more rear legroom than Toyota RAV4.
The Niro Hybrid charges ahead with 63.7 cu.ft of cargo space, giving you the ability to pack on more.
Connect your personal device or Apple Watch® to your vehicle via the Kia Connect app to remotely set cabin temperatures, monitor energy usage, and more. Wireless smartphone charging also lets you keep your compatible smartphone charged up at all times.
The standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist uses sensors and cameras to scan the road for potential hazards, and can even help automatically apply the brakes when the system detects a potential obstruction in your path. Available Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist w/ Junction Turning also monitors for a risk of collision with an oncoming vehicle while turning left at an intersection.
The standard system detects objects in your blind spot, giving the driver visual and/or audible signals to help warn of detected objects outside the driver’s field of view.
If oncoming obstacles are detected while backing up, the standard Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist can alert the driver or apply the brakes to help avoid a potential collision. Front and rear parking sensors also alert when approaching obstacles.
Designed to monitor the lane markers on the road with a front view camera on the windshield, the Lane Following Assist system may provide steering inputs to help keep your vehicle centered in its lane.