New Kia Niro Connect special edition unveiled
Kia’s Niro Connect offers extra features and costs from £25,995
- Extra technology over and above the ‘2’ trim level
- Available with hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains
- On sale now, priced from £25,995
The new Kia Niro Connect trim has been revealed. It’s a special edition with an array of extra technology and a selection of fresh paint finishes.
Sitting in the Niro line-up above the ‘2’ spec model, the Connect trim is on sale now with prices starting from £25,995 for the hybrid, rising to £31,355 for the plug-in hybrid.
Kia Niro Connect: Design and interior
The Niro Connect SUV is equipped with a suite of in-car tech and driver assistance systems as standard. Compared with the version it's based on, it adds a 10.25-inch touchscreen, sat-nav, a 4.2-inch colour display mounted in instrument cluster, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Other additions include the brand’s UVO Connect system, which adds remote functionality via a smartphone app and a USB charger in the centre console. Forward collision-avoidance assist and a towing pack are also fitted.
Inside, cloth and leather upholstery are fitted, along with chrome finished door handles. The exterior door handles also get chrome trim, and buyers can choose from three additional standard paint colours: ‘Runway Red’, ‘Ocean Blue’ and ‘Steel Grey’.
The Connect range
Alongside the Kia Niro Connect, the XCeed crossover has also gained a new Connect trim. It also sits above the ‘2’ trim level, and replaces the XCeed Edition adding the same 10.25-inch touchscreen and 4.2-inch colour information display found in the Niro Connect.
The XCeed Connect also features an exclusive ‘Fusion Orange’ exterior paint colour, 18-inch alloy wheels and heated door mirrors. It’s only available with a 1.0-litre T-GDi petrol engine, which is linked to a six-speed manual gearbox. The XCeed Connect is on sale now priced from £21,775, an increase of £565 over the outgoing Edition model.
Check out our in-depth review of the Kia Niro SUV.
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