Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid 2023 Price in Pakistan. The Niro is Kia’s entry-level electrified SUV series. It comes in a range of models and trim levels, but it has failed to attract buyers in recent years. In fact, the Niro was Kia’s worst-selling model since the company discontinued its premium sedans, the Cadenza and K900, in the United States. The Niro’s boring exterior and drab interior design, we believe, contribute significantly to the overall apathy of the buying public. Kia certainly received the message, because the Niro is getting a complete redesign for 2023, which Kia is presumably hoping would sway potential buyers away from the Prius.
The 2023 Niro will be available in three different flavours, as before, to appeal to a wide range of purchasers. A hybrid, a completely electric variant, and a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle are available (PHEV). The rolling jellybean styling has been replaced by a more technical, forward-thinking design. There’s a more squared-off concept that puts the Niro in the same league as the Sorento and Soul. Only time will tell if the new looks are enough to entice those looking for a small electrified SUV to visit Kia dealerships, but the new Niro’s fresh looks make a good first impression.
Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid 2023 Price in Pakistan
The price of the Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid 2023 in Pakistan is 76,63,000 to 90,61,000 PKR.
|Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid EX||PKR 76,63,000 (Estimated)|
|Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid SX Touring||PKR 90,61,000 (Estimated)|
Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid 2023 Price in USA
The price of the Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid 2023 in US Dollars is $33,480 to $39,590.
|Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid EX||$33,480 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid SX Touring||$39,590 US Dollar (Estimated)|
The 2023 Niro PHEV is powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine and an 83-horsepower electric motor. The total system output is 180 horsepower and 195 lb-ft of torque, which is transmitted to the front wheels. The electric motor is powered by an 11.1-kWh lithium-ion polymer battery pack that, according to Kia, can charge from empty to full in under three hours when linked to a Level 2 charger that can be placed in your home. In full EV mode, the new Niro can travel up to 33 miles on a single charge if equipped with 16-inch wheels, up from 26 miles on the previous model. Larger wheel alternatives, on the other hand, will reduce range.
The powertrain has several modes, the most familiar of which are Eco and Sport. Kia is adding a “Green Zone” drive option for the 2018 Niro, which switches the motor to full EV mode when the vehicle enters a residential area. The feature is most likely tailored for other markets where gas engines are no longer permitted, but it’s a clever innovation that might make short trips more efficient without you even noticing.
The interior of the 2023 Niro is refreshed in the same way as the exterior. It appears to be similar to previous Kia items, but Kia claims that this interior is created in a sustainable manner. The dashboard and headliner, for example, are made of animal-free fabrics. The seats are vegan leather, and the doors are painted with BTX-free (a harmful mix of chemicals) paint to prevent environmental effect and waste.
The Kia EV6 strongly inspired the steering wheel and console design. Above the dashboard, two 10.25-inch screens serve as the driver’s instrument panel and the infotainment display, respectively. The HVAC and media controls are housed in a switchable touch panel right below the centre touchscreen on the Niro. The EV6’s knob-like gear selector is also found in the centre console. Rear passengers will like the Niro’s slightly longer wheelbase, which allows for extra legroom behind the front row, while USB ports on the back of each front seat will keep their gadgets charged.
|Type||1.6L Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) 4-cylinder engine|
|Displacement (cc)||1,580 cc|
|Bore x stroke (mm)||72.0 x 97.0|
|Horsepower (ps @ rpm)||105 ps @ 5,700 rpm|
|Horsepower (kw @ rpm)||77.2 kw @ 5,700 rpm|
|Torque (kg.m @ rpm)||14.7 kg.m @ 4,000 rpm|
|Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm)||106.3 lb.-ft. @ 4,000 rpm|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||144 Nm @ 4,000 rpm|
|Wheelbase (in.)||107.1 in|
|Length (in.)||174 in|
|Width (in.)||71.8 in|
|Height (in.)||60.8 in|
|Track, front/rear (in.) – 16-inch||62.4 in / 62.8 in|
|Track, (front/rear) (in.) – 18-inch||–|
|Overhang, front/rear (in.)||35.2 in / 31.7 in|
|Min. ground clearance (in.)||6.3 in|
|Approach angle (degree)||15.2|
|Departure angle (degree)||27.4|
|Ramp break-over angle (degree)||14.7|
|Front Suspension||McPherson Strut|
|Layout||Front engine, Front drive|
|Type / Power source||Rack & Pinion / Electric Motor|
|Minimum turning circle radius (m)||5.3 m|
|Brake type||Integrated Electric Booster (IEB)|
|Type front/rear||Ventilated Disc / Solid Disc|
|Size (in.) front/rear||11.0 in. / 10.3 in.|
|Parking brake type||Electric Parking Brake (EPB)|
|Wheel size (in.)||6.5J X 16 alloy|
|Spare Tire||Tire Mobility Kit (TMK)|
|Minimum Curb Weight||1513 lbs|
|Maximum Curb Weight||1586 lbs|
|Weight distribution, front/rear (%)||57% / 43%|