2017 Kia Niro ratings and reviews

2017 marked the first year of the Kia Niro, a hybrid crossover designed for style, connectivity, comfort, and style. With five trim levels, the Niro can meet almost any driver’s needs, although even the base FE includes Kia’s full range of safety features, like vehicle stability control, hill start assistance, and multiple airbags located throughout the cabin. Each trim level is equipped with a 1.6-liter I-4 Hybrid system capable of 139 combined horsepower and an EPA rating of 52/49/50 mpg city/highway/combined. Standard across the board is solar control glass, heated rear glass with an automatic timer, Android and Apple integration, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls, and an LCD instrument cluster and trip computer. The EX trim offers valuable features like heated front seats and a blind spot monitoring system with rear cross traffic alert, while Touring adds a front and rear parking assist system, stainless steel trim, and leather seat trim.

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2017 marked the first year of the Kia Niro, a hybrid crossover designed for style, connectivity, comfort, and style. With five trim levels, the Niro can meet almost any driver’s needs, although even the base FE includes Kia’s full range of safety features, like vehicle stability control, hill start assistance, and multiple airbags located throughout the cabin. Each trim level is equipped with a 1.6-liter I-4 Hybrid system capable of 139 combined horsepower and an EPA rating of 52/49/50 mpg city/highway/combined. Standard across the board is solar control glass, heated rear glass with an automatic timer, Android and Apple integration, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls, and an LCD instrument cluster and trip computer. The EX trim offers valuable features like heated front seats and a blind spot monitoring system with rear cross traffic alert, while Touring adds a front and rear parking assist system, stainless steel trim, and leather seat trim.


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