From Alex on Autos.
Although Kia’s Niro is more expensive with a plug than without, the plug in hybrid is significantly less expensive than the Niro EV and has almost no compromises. Range anxiety? Doesn’t exist. Performance? It’s zippier than the regular hybrid. Battery life? Likely better than the EV because of how the battery is used. Charge times? Who cares, you have a gas tank. On my daily commute the Niro would use a little gas, but so little that one 13 gallon tank would last 2500 miles and a year’s worth of commuting would be about 90 gallons.
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4:13 Front End Styling
7:03 Ground Clearance & Wheels
7:34 Rear End Styling
8:14 Driver Assistance
12:53 Front Seat Comfort
13:35 Rear Seat Comfort
15:51 Driving Impressions
24:48 Final Thoughts