2017 Kia Niro Review: One Of The Greatest Green Cars In The Market

Mar 20, 2017 10:41 AM EDT | Paula

Kia has been in the forefront of green cars the past years. Just recently, the company released the 2017 Kia Niro which is one of the greatest green cars in the market.

As a green car, this car has a lower mileage than most cars. It uses an EPA fuel-economy that can burn 46 mpg on city and 40 mpg on highway.

According to Green Car Reports, the car was able to achieve 35.9 mpg while driving 545 miles on city and highway test driving the car. Compared to most cars, the 2017 Kia Niro is more economical but it tends to have a lower battery when traveling at high speed in a highway.

It has a gasoline engine that has a 1.6 liter that was engineered for the car. However this car has a 109hp, that is lower compared to other green cars. It has a lithium ion polymer battery that has a 1.56 kWh motor and 195 torque.

Aesthetically, the car looks absolutely good for a crossover utility. Kia managed to create a small car that is good-looking and spacious.

It has a long wheelbase and spacious driver's cockpit, rear seat, cargo area and cabin. The 2017 Kia Niro manage to give a high-level of comfort, style and technology, reported Driving.

The car manage to incorporate high-end technology on its car like the infotainment screen. The car functions are easy to operate and easy to understand.

When it comes to driving, the 2017 Kia Niro is one the best crossover hybrids that is great to drive. Kia managed to create a comfortable driving experience, compared to other green cars.

Drivers might not know that the car is a crossover-hybrid because Kia managed to create an effective noise insulation. Apparently, Kia has better noise insulations than most hybrid cars.

The 2017 Kia Niro comes in four variations, L, EX, EX Premium and SX Touring. The car's price ranges from $23,000 to $32,000, making it one of the most affordable Kia cars in the market.

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