Compare The Kia Niro vs The Nissan Kicks and Hyundai Kona in Connecticut

Niro vs Hyundai Kona

Kia Niro Performance vs. Hyundai Kona Performance

When put side by side, the Kia Niro packs a 1.6-liter I4 hybrid engine which produces a combined torque that is more than what is produced by the Hyundai Kona. In matters of fuel economy, the Kia Niro’s standard hybrid engine records 51 miles per gallon in the city, 46 miles per gallon on the highway and a combined fuel economy of 49 miles per gallon. That is twice the basic fuel economy in the city as the Hyundai Kona. The Kia Niro also offers more passenger space and more cargo space, offering a more comfortable driving experience and the ability to haul more cargo.

Kia Niro Technology and Safety vs. Hyundai Kona Technology and Safety

In matters of technology, the Kia Niro features a plethora of available apps on its UVO-backed infotainment system with standard Apple CarPlay(™) and Android Auto(™), and available Harman/Kardon Premium Sound System. That technology merges with safety in the Kia Drive Wise driver-assist technology suite which boasts features like Smart Cruise Control, and Lane Keep Assist.

Kia Niro Trim Levels vs. Hyundai Kona Trim Levels

The Kia Niro is the only one of the two crossovers, the Kia Niro is the only one standard as a hybrid on all model trims, and it is available in several model trims as a plug-in hybrid. This sets a whole new standard for hybrid vehicles, setting you far ahead of the curve.

Niro vs Nissan Kicks

Kia Niro Performance vs. Nissan Kicks Performance

Under the hood, the Kia Niro’s 1.6-liter I4 hybrid engine drivers a combined horsepower of 139 and a combined 195 pound-feet of torque, more than that is offered on the Nissan Kicks. But, the Kia Niro’s 1.6-liter I4 that delivers a fuel economy of 51 miles per gallon in the city, 46 miles per gallon on the highway creating a combined fuel economy of 49 miles per gallon. Both vehicles feature a front-wheel drive, but transmission-wise, the Kia Niro comes with an automatic six-speed dual clutch sportmatic transmission while the Nissan Kicks features a CVT Automatic transmission with Xtronic.

Kia Niro Technology and Safety vs. Nissan Kicks Technology and Safety

In matters of technology, the Kia Niro delivers a high level of connectivity. It hosts a UVO-backed infotainment system with standard Apple CarPlay(™), and Android Auto(™) and available Harman/Kardon Premium Sound System and a wireless charger. The Kia Niro also features Drive Wise driver-assist systems like Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist, Smart Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning System, and Park Assist System.

Available Special Options and Trim Levels

The Kia Niro comes in more model trims than the Nissan Kicks, and unlike the Nissan Kicks, the Kia Niro is available as a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid models. These high-level hybrid options give you a leg up on the competition without sacrificing the power so crucial to a crossover.

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