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Kia Niro Hybrid
4 stars - based on 11 reviews
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Car Review - Kia Niro Hybrid 1.6 (A)
Kia's very first hybrid offering - the Niro - offers up a tantalising combination of crossover practicality and utility with hybrid frugality and affordability.
What We Dislike
Hybrid powertrain isn't the most refined
The Affordable Crossover with Full Hybrid Tech from AD
I'm looking for a replacement car that sits higher and with hybrid tech due to my long-distance daily commute. Initially was looking at Vezel hybrid but got put off due to being a PI unit. Warranty is going to be a big issue down the road. The new Toyota Yaris Cross hybrid is too small for my family of 4 and with very basic accessories. That's when i came across KIA NIRO. Did a test drive and place an order on the same day. It offers everything that i look for and with an affordable pricing + 10yrs hybrid battery warranty
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Best value for money Compact SUV
6 months driving the Niro EX and it's the best value for money CUV (compact utility vehicle) in it's class. I have a 2 year old and occasionally seat 4 pax. IMO hybrids are the way to go until Ah gong figures out how to price EVs properly and upgrade infrastructure. You can also easily drive across the causeway without range anxiety (SG to KL round trip in 1 tank!) Don't throw your money away on petrol variants when they keep raising prices..! What I like: + FC of 24-26km/l (I have squeezed 30km/l, it is possible). Full tank 950-1000km, drive at 70-80km/h + slightly raised but not too high, so it doesn't bounce too much like other SUVs + spacious interior and ample boot + super solid doors that open real wide to fit your car seats + at 103k it is crazy value for a reliable hybrid. 10 yr warranty, insane FC which pays for itself + fuss free experience with Kia sales folks What I don't like: - Seats can be a bit grabby - no keyless entry, no start stop - no electric seats (but do you really adjust your seat that much?) - SX is a full 17k more (back then).. All for LED headlights, keyless entry, roof rails, ventilated seats, wireless charging.. What?!
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Most value for money hybrid SUV!
My wife and I were looking for a car and we had two main criteria: 1) I wanted a hybrid (possible better resale value in the future with the direction Singapore is going), and 2) wife wanted an SUV (preference in looks/easier to drive). The two criteria meant that our two main contenders came down to the kicks and the niro. What swung us towards the niro were: 1. Superior build quality (satisfying thump when you close the door VS the light plasticky feel of Nissan's doors) 2. Greater perceived reliability from many car reliability rankings (for Kia in general) 3. Larger rear space (important for the kids) 4. Rear AC (also for the kids) 5. More luxurious interior- looks much more refined as opposed to the kicks cheaper looking interior 6. Better FC 7. Proper rear view camera 8. Looks- we'd set eyes on the niro a year ago and really liked it What we preferred for the Kicks: 1. The drive 2. More safety features With all these factors in mind, we decided to go for the niro as we felt it had more going for it :) I've also just done my first servicing with KIA- good and quick service, no complaints!
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Kia Niro, the Value Hero
We were on the lookout for a family car with good fuel economy at around the $100k mark. Shortlisted the Kia Niro Hybrid, Renault Scenic Diesel, Nissan Kicks, and the Toyota Sienta Hybrid. The Kicks then was probably the closest rival, and we almost put down a deposit (dealer was giving a free upgrade to the highest trim level). But once we found out about the Niro (particularly the cheaper EX trim), we were sold. For one, it was a conventional hybrid, with both engine and electric motor driving the wheels depending on situation. Maintainence wise, I would assume that it will be easier to find support if we choose to service our car outside, as the system is similar to those employed by the Toyota Prius and Hyundai Ioniq taxis we have in Singapore - vs the Nissan ePower hybrid system, which seems to be a Nissan-only hybrid system at the moment. In fact, the Niro uses the same engine, gearbox and hybrid system as the Ioniq, and seeing that it is being used as a major taxi model gave us reassurance. Also, it seems the conventional hybrid system is more efficient, with the Niro achieving more KM/litre vs the Kicks. Secondly, space wise, the Niro is bigger than the Kicks in every way. Passenger and driver comfort is better as a result of a wider body and longer wheelbase. Lastly, the interior quality just feels much more upmarket. You get factory fitted Android Auto, Apple Carplay, Reverse camera, Dual Zone AC, and rear centre armrest. Overall, the Niro is a solid, high quality car with potential low running costs. At under $100k for the EX trim, it is also the cheapest in our shortlist, making it the value hero, and our pick of the lot.
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