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The Kia e-Niro is an award-winning electric car that boasts a range of 282 miles between charges. With five doors, three trim levels available and a seven-year warranty, it makes it an excellent SUV contract hire to consider if you are looking for a family-efficient car lease. Here at LeaseFetcher, we help you navigate Kia leasing deals by comparing the best deals on the market. When picking your ideal Kia e-Niro lease deal, you should keep in mind the mileage requirements and your initial payment budget.
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Kia e-Niro 3
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Leasing a KIA e-Niro Electric Estate
The Kia e-Niro Electric Estate has, since its introduction in 2019, revolutionised the electric car market due to its high-quality efficiency at a surprisingly affordable price. It won the 2019 Driving Electric Car of the Year award and has been voted Britain's best affordable electric car and it is easy to see why. As an electric vehicle, the Kia e-Niro is cheaper to run than a petrol car which makes it perfect for the family market. With five doors and a generous 451-litres of boot space, the Kia e-Niro is a strong contender for the school run. It is also available as the Kia e-Niro Special Editions model. Following the Kia e-Niro's success in the electric car market, Kia has since launched the KIA Soul EV.
It is self-explanatory that the Kia e-Niro Electric Estate uses an electric motor. There is a choice of two motors available dependent on the trim level that you decide to choose. The entry-level 2 trim comes with a 39kWh battery, whereas the mid-level 3 and the 4+ come with a 64kWh battery. As an electric car, the Kia e-Niro has zero CO2 emissions and can drive up to 282 miles on a single charge - which makes it highly competitive and extremely efficient. Smart regenerative braking contributes to energy saving and allows you to enjoy one-pedal driving.
There is a choice of three trim levels available with the Kia e-Niro which start with the entry-level 2, the mid-level 3 and a 4+ trim level. The cost of your Kia e-Niro lease will be dependent on the trim level and additional special features that you opt for. The entry-level 2 trim comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic lights, smart cruise control and an 8-inch touchscreen. Upgrade to the mid-level 3 trim and you will get a heated steering wheel, heated front seats, built-in sat nav. The top spec trim 4+ will allow you to take advantage of LED headlights and front parking sensors.
The Kia e-Niro comes with a substantial amount of safety features, many of which you can get for extra as you move up the trim levels. Kia's Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with radar and cameras will detect the potential risk of a collision with other cars, cyclists and pedestrians and the electronic parking brake makes parking smooth and easy. Lane following assistance takes control of adjusting your car’s driving to ensure that you maintain the necessary safe distance from the car in front of you. Automatic emergency braking is standard and is available with the entry level trim and front parking sensors come with the 3 trim.
Like all Kia cars in the range, the Kia e-Niro Electric Estate comes with a seven year/100,000 miles warranty which clearly illustrates that the vehicle is built to last. Kia recommends that you should have your electric car serviced once a year, or after every 10,000 miles.
Finding a KIA Electric Estate Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher
At LeaseFetcher, we pride ourselves on finding you a high-quality vehicle and providing the best contract hire and leasing offers. The comparison filters on our website will help you discover a Kia e-Niro lease that is tailor-made to your specific needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
The total cost of your KIA e-Niro lease deal depends on some choices you make when you compose your lease deal. Since you're only paying off the total cost of depreciation, this figure will vary depending on the length of your lease, the trim and engine choices, and your annual mileage allowance.
Electric car technology is constantly changing and improving. If you're someone who wants to keep up with the latest in automotive tech, a lease deal may be more financially savvy than buying outright. You'll never pay the full cost of the car and when your lease ends, you hand it back and sign up for another brand new car (with the latest EV specifications). No need to haggle with dealerships for a good sale price! Leasing is a smooth, hassle-free process.
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