The All-Electric Kia Niro EV Goes 239 Miles On A Charge (Or Does It?)




Maybe electric vehicles are being marketed the wrong way. They’ve got great performance and tend to be more reliable. No trips to the gas station either. The Kia Niro EV is a practical way to live the electric vehicle lifestyle. With 239 miles of range you’ll kiss range anxiety goodbye. Does it really travel that far on a charge? Tom Voelk checks out a top trim EX Premium model to find out.

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