The 2017 Kia Niro is classified as a fuel-electric hybrid SUV on the market. It is evaluated as high as 50 miles for each gallon in joined city or highway travel. The maker's proposed selling cost is $23,785.
The 2017 Kia Niro all trims is impelled by a 1.6-liter direct-infused four-chamber motor that puts out 104 horsepower, together with a 32-kilowatt electric engine between the motor and a 6-speed direct shift programmed gearbox. The greatest power yield of the consolidated framework is 139 horsepower with a torque rating of 195 pound-feet, as noted by The Car And Driver.
The latest vehicle is accessible in five trims starting with the base FE, adding gradually features at each level with the LX, EX, Touring and Limited version Touring Launch. The "Base FE" highlights including 16-inch alloy wheels, programmed headlights, six-way physically customizable front seats, 60 over forty split overlay raise seats, dual zone programmed atmosphere control and selectable drive modes.
According to ABC News, it also features a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment framework, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto cell phone incorporation. The FE is also supported with a Bluetooth and a four-speaker sound framework with a USB port.
The LX trim includes raise LED taillights, rooftop rails, keyless start and entry, an underfloor stockpiling tray for the back cargo area, and a rear focus armrest with cupholders. Choices on the LX incorporate front fog lights, LED daytime running lights and leather wrapped controlling wheel.
The 2017 Kia Niro has well-designed heated side mirrors, high-gloss black higher console, blind spot monitoring system and additional USB charger port. Finally, the limited Touring Launch trim display sits in the middle of the EX and top Touring trims as far as hardware. However, it comes in two extraordinary paint hues with an alternate metallic grille embed. It offers Touring trim, which incorporate the 18-inch wheels, the power driver seat, and the 8-inch infotainment framework with premium Harman Kardon sound.