Kia has now started selling the revised versions of the Niro Hybrid and the Niro Plug-in Hybrid that they presented at the Geneva Motor Show.
The 2020 models of the two hybrid models can be ordered in the UK from 1 July, where prices start at £24,590 for the Niro Hybrid and £31,945 for the Niro Plug-in Hybrid. The cosmetic changes to Kia’s hybrid models include a revamping of the interior and exterior designs so that the hybrids look more like the fully-electric e-Niro.
In Germany, prices start at 26,990 Euro (Niro Hybrid) or 33,990 Euro (Niro Plug-in Hybrid) and will be available from dealers at the end of July.
The new hybrid models feature Kia’s new UVO Connect telematics technology and 10.25-inch touchscreen multimedia systems. The Uvo Connect feature allows owners access to live traffic information, weather forecasts, points of interest, fuel prices and parking information. The UVO app gives diagnostic data about the car to owners, also remotely. This technology will be introduced to other European models in future.
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