The demand for efficient and eco-friendly electric vehicles continues to grow — and perfectly meeting this demand is the 2020 Kia Niro EV. There’s much to like about the 2020 Niro EV, with its stylish design, an efficient electric powertrain, pleasing driving characteristics, high-level functionality in the cabin, and many premium features and advanced technologies. Read more to find out how much the 2020 Niro EV costs.
Pricing and Trims of the 2020 Kia Niro EV
Buyers of the 2020 Kia Niro EV have a choice of two trims: EX and EX Premium. The Niro EV EX costs $39,090 MSRP, while the Niro EV EX Premium costs $44,590 MSRP. Please note: These prices do not include the $1,120 destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.
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Factory/Port Installed Options for the 2020 Kia Niro EV
For an element of personalization, the 2020 Kia Niro EV offers factory and port installed options. This includes an aluminum door scuff plate ($100 MSRP), crossbars ($285 MSRP), carpeted floor mats ($135 MSRP), a cargo mat ($95 MSRP), a cargo net ($50 MSRP), a cargo cover ($150 MSRP), wheel locks ($60 MSRP), and mud guards ($115 MSRP). You can also get a Cold Weather Package for the Niro EV, with a heated steering wheel, a battery heater, and a heat pump ($1,100 MSRP).
What’s new for the 2020 Kia Niro EV?
For the 2020 model-year, the 2020 Niro EV has some exterior styling enhancements, with darker buckets for the new headlights and a more technologically sophisticated look for the taillights. For the infotainment system, Niro EV EX trim has a new 8-inch touchscreen, while the Niro EV EX Premium trim has a new 10.25-inch touchscreen.