Kia Niro 2024 EV Review: Specs, Price, Images (Interior & Exterior)

The 2024 Kia Niro EV Electric stands out with its sporty crossover design, reflecting boldness and modernity. It boasts a comfortable and luxurious interior equipped with the latest leading-edge technologies to enhance the driving experience.

This model, released around 2024, carries forward many of the standard features from the previous model year. Considering the second generation of the car was launched last year, this marks the second year of the second-generation Niro. While not requiring extensive updates, it has gained a dual-level charging floor as a standard feature.

Kia Niro 2024 Key Features

As mentioned, the 2024 Kia Niro EV Electric comes with many of the same standard features as the previous year’s model, differing in charging levels, technological systems, and pricing.

In terms of differences, the car’s floor is now equipped with a dual-level charging base. In color options, the “Fire Orange Metallic” exterior paint has been removed from the Niro lineup, and the “Niro EV Wind” model no longer includes the “Light Gray” interior color package.

Based on standard performance specifications, the Kia Niro EV will run on a 64.8 kWh battery connected to an electric motor generating 204 horsepower and 255 Newton-meters of torque. According to estimates by the Environmental Protection Agency, a single charge can allow the car to travel up to 407 km.

In terms of technology, safety, and security systems, the 2024 Niro EV will come equipped with a standard navigation system linked to a blind-spot detection system. Additionally, some systems will be available as standard features in the 2024 Kia Niro, including:

  • Driver Attention Monitoring System
  • Active High Beam System
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • Smart Cruise Control
  • Safe Exit Assist

Kia Niro 2024 Price

Regarding prices, there has been a modest increase of only $180 in the prices of the 2024 Kia Niro EV Electric crossover. This includes production fees, destination fees, and others.

Therefore, the base model, Niro EV Wind, will cost $40,925 (an increase of $150 from the previous year), including destination fees and the current charging cost of $1,350.

The higher-end model, Niro EV Wave, will cost $45,025 (including destination fees), representing another $150 increase from the 2023 model.

While the 2024 Niro EV closely resembles the model from the previous year, Kia is providing consumers with more features and characteristics for an additional $180 (an increase of $30 from the $150 price increase).

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