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Kia 2021 Niro EV largely a carryover from 2020

Kia’s 2021 Niro EV is largely a carryover from the 2020 model, but with technology and convenience enhancements. Niro EV continues to deliver an estimated 239 miles of range on a single charge and may be eligible for state and local utility incentives, depending on location of purchase, in addition to the federal tax credit.


MSRP has remained the same for the entry-level EX trim ($39,090), although the destination charge for 2021 has edged up to $1,175 from $1,120. MSRP for the EX Premium trim also edged up to $44,650 from $44,590 for the prior model year.

The powertrain is the same, with a 64 kWh battery pack and a 150 kW electric motor delivering 239 miles of range. Fuel economy remains the same: 123/102/112 MPGe (city/highway/combined).


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