2017 Kia Niro Available Trims

Kia

Niro

2017

Available Trims

2017 Kia Niro Available Trims

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  • Name FE (FWD) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 22890.00 Engine 1.6 L/96 City/Hwy MPG 52/49
  • Name LX (FWD) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 23200.00 Engine 1.6 L/96 City/Hwy MPG 51/46
  • Name EX (FWD) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 25700.00 Engine 1.6 L/96 City/Hwy MPG 51/46
  • Name Touring Launch Edition (FWD) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 25700.00 Engine 1.6 L/96 City/Hwy MPG 46/40
  • Name Touring (FWD) Transmission Auto-Shift Manual w/OD MSRP 29650.00 Engine 1.6 L/96 City/Hwy MPG 46/40

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