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It's an estate car with its priorities set firmly on efficiency, but with no sacrifice in performance. It's a family car, but it's still a car you'll enjoy taking out for driving experiences that are more about fun than ferrying the kids around.

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About the Kia Niro

Why Drive the Kia Niro Estate?

The Kia Niro Estate is available as a hybrid or a plug-in hybrid. There's even a fully electric version available (check out the E-Niro) if you're going all the way into the world of electric vehicles.

The hybrid uses a small battery and electric motor teamed with a petrol engine. Interestingly, all the power in the battery comes from energy that would usually be lost when you brake. Instead of going to waste, this valuable resource is channelled into your power pack. That's good news for your pocket as it perks up your fuel economy. It's also good news for the planet as it helps cut back on those nasty CO2 emissions. It's a win win.

Or, you can choose the plug-in hybrid. It's similar to the hybrid but has a bigger battery that can be plugged in to charge. This gives you a wealth of 'pure electric' power. According to Kia, you'll get up to 30 miles on just battery power alone. This version cuts your fuel bills even more and raises an even bigger smile from the ozone layer.

If all that isn't enough to convince you - the even better news is that the Kia Niro Estate is a joy to drive.

Body lean is minimal so it sweeps around country road corners without complaint. Add in the precise, engaging steering and you've got a car you'll love to take away on adventures.

It's an easy car to manage around town, with good all-round visibility to help with those awkward parking spaces. And.. it even performs well on the motorway.

All in all, if a hybrid estate car hasn't been on your radar before now, it's time to take note of the Kia Niro.

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