e-Niro has the optimum ratio of cost to range and costing under £30,000 it definitely is value for money.
Spaciousness and Versatility
Space is a luxury everyone can enjoy in the All-New Kia e-Niro, where you can pack the boot with 451 litres of cargo, more than most electric cars. The rear seats fold flat with a 60:40 split, making room for 1,405 litres.
Electronic Parking Brake
The Electronic Parking Brake is easy and convenient - just press the button to activate the parking brake. To release the brake, simply start the car.
Wireless Phone Charger
Low battery? With the Wireless Phone Charger, you can place your smartphone on the dedicated tray in the centre console and it will charge while you are focusing on the road ahead***. No cables or connections to deal with!
Smart Regenerative Braking
You can set four levels of regenerative braking and use the kinetic energy to recharge your battery. It helps to save energy, and brakes don’t wear off as quickly.
e-Niro has a convenient and comfortable modern interior. All of the information you need, such as range, battery level and power usage, is clearly displayed on the 8” navigation touchscreen.
3THIS IS JUST AN ESTIMATE: We've taken a vehicle that it more or less comparable. We're not making promises here. It's simply to make the point that you can save money by not spending as much on fuel. Fuel meaning what powers the car. That could be Petrol, Diesel or Electricity. We're not lying or trying to decieve you – so don't hold us to it. It's an estimate.
**How we've calcualated this estimate:** The running costs are estimated based on the selected mileage and the type of fuel that is used to drive the vehicles. In case of electric vehicles, the cost per mile is calculated based on the vehicle’s battery capacity and the WLTP range of the vehicle. The total cost is then a multiple of cost per mile and the annual mileage.
**Electricity cost** = (Battery capacity kWh x UK Average electricity cost 4 £ / WLTP range miles) x Annual Mileage miles
For the combustion vehicle, a comparable model in price and performance is chosen. The amount of fuel required to cover the mileage multiplied by the cost per gallon would provide the total cost.
**Fuel costs = **(Annual Mileage miles / MPG miles/gallon) * Fuel cost per gallon5 £/gallon
The savings is the difference between the two.
Reference data from Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy