2017 Kia Niro

 

Why the 2017 Kia Niro should be the next vehicle you take home


The 2017 Kia Niro Is New to Arrive, But It Won't Be Long Before It Leaves Its Mark
 

There's crossovers and then there's the 2017 Kia Niro. As the first of its kind, the Kia Niro effortlessly sets a new standard for crossovers everywhere. With exceptional fuel economy ratings, smart and intuitive technologies and a bold design that captivates drivers and onlookers alike, we invite you to see what the Kia Niro has to offer.

We know that the Kia Niro is new to the scene and a lot of established vehicles have already made their mark on American highways. Just because it's new, however, doesn't mean its features are any less experienced. In fact, let's take a look to see how the Kia Niro compares to the competition.



 



The 2017 Kia Niro beats the competition

 

The 2017 Kia Niro FE vs. the 2017 Ford C-MAX Hybrid SE

 
  • Base Price MSRP: For our drivers that don't want to compromise their budget, for a new vehicle, there's no need with the Kia Niro, which is priced at $22,890. The 2017 Ford C-MAX Hybrid is priced slightly above with an MSRP of $24,175.
  • Fuel Economy: The Kia Niro offers an impressive EPA-estimated 52 city, 49 highway mpg and a combined rating of 50 mpg. The Ford C-Max Hybrid is not nearly as impressive with just 42 city, 38 highway and a 40 combined fuel economy rating.
  • Powertrain Warranty: The Kia Niro is backed with 120-months or 100,000 miles of powertrain coverage. You won't experience that type of peace of mind with the C-Max Hybrid, which only offers 60-months or 60,000-miles of coverage. 
 

The 2017 Kia Niro FE vs. the 2017 Toyota Prius V Two

  • Base Price MSRP: The Kia Niro is the more affordable choice (again) with a starting MSRP of $22,890. It will cost you more to drive the Toyota Prius V, which starts at $26,675.
  • Fuel Economy: The Kia Niro beats the competition (again) when it comes to fuel economy. The Toyota Prius V falls behind with just 43 city, 39 highway and a 41 combined mpg rating. As we mentioned earlier, the Kia Niro boasts 52 city, 49 highway mpg and a combined rating of 50 mpg.
  • Advanced Features: Create a comfortable ambience for your passengers with high-tech features such as dual-zone temperature control and satellite radio. These features are not available on the Toyota Prius V. 
 

2017 Kia Niro vs. the 2017 Honda HR-V EX CVT

  • Comfort and Convenience: The Kia Niro offers more in passenger volume and front headroom than the Honda HR-V.
  • Interior Features: The Kia Niro appeases drivers and passengers alike with a number of advanced features that drivers won't find on the Honda HR-V. These features include satellite radio, auxiliary jack, overhead console storage, and more.
  • Fuel Economy: Yet again the Niro surpasses the competition. The Honda HR-V only offers 27 city, 31 highway mpg and a combined 29 fuel economy rating.
 

Are you interested in learning more about our new Kia inventory and the 2017 Kia Niro? We welcome Sunfish Lake, Mendota, Newport, Cottage Grove and Woodbury drivers to our Inver Grove Heights location for a test drive.

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