The 2022 Niro EV arrives wearing new Kia badging on the front grille, the tailgate, steering wheel hub and wheel center caps.
Niro EV continues to deliver an EPA-estimated 239 miles of range on a single charge and remains eligible for the $7,500 Federal tax credit along with any applicable state and local incentives, depending on location of purchase.
For the new model year, the 10.25-inch touchscreen becomes standard. Navigation, UVO link and Sirius XM satellite radio along with the premium Harmon/Kardon sound system are bundled into the touchscreen.
Trim Levels/Pricing – MSRP (excludes $1,175 destination)
Fuel Economy. MPGe: (city/highway/combined):
|61.8 in. (with standard roof rails)|
|18.5 cu.-ft. (rear seats upright, with luggage under tray)|
53.0 cu.-ft. (rear seats folded, with luggage under tray)
99.6 cu.-ft. (passenger volume)
|3,854 lbs. (no options)|