Kia SUV. When you’re searching for a new Kia car to help liven up your daily Avon, Indianapolis, and Plainfield, Indiana, commutes, you must consider all your options. At Andy Mohr Kia, we want to help you out so that you can drive away with confidence.
Whether you’re interested in a family vehicle or a commanding Kia car to take you on some thrilling rides, consider a Kia SUV. There’s something for everyone to love with six models to choose from.
Of all the Kia SUVs in the pack, the one that stands out the most is the Soul.
This Kia hatchback features a uniquely boxy exterior that’s sure to catch drivers’ eye. Complete the body with colour options like Neptune Blue and Solar Yellow for a genuinely out-of-this-world style.
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Kia Sportage: High-Powered Thrills On The Open Road
Take your drives up a notch with the Kia Sportage. The turbocharged engine is infused with a bold driving spirit. The turbocharged engine generates impressive horsepower for quicker gear shifts, spirited acceleration, and smooth performance wherever you roam.
Kia Niro: Keep Your Family Protected
Whether you’re exploring the road solo or have a cabin full of family members, the Niro will work to keep you out of harm’s way.
A range of available Kia Drive Wise features are designed to detect potential collisions and nearby obstacles, so you can make the necessary corrections to stay safe.
Kia Sorento: Ample Space For All Your Road Trip Gear
Standard three rows of seating in the Sorento allow seven passengers to make the journey with you. Otherwise, you can fold the rear two rows down to make way for some serious cargo.
This Kia SUV can also be equipped to haul a small hard-sided RV or recreational boat, so there’s no limit to what you can experience behind the wheel.
Kia Telluride: Award-Winning Space And Comfort
As the largest of the Kia SUVs, the Telluride offers plenty of space for you and your passengers to stretch out. This commanding presence also leaves a lasting impression on the highway and provides you with the muscle needed to explore far and wide.
These amenities have led the 2020 Telluride to be named the 2020 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year, 2020 Kelley Blue Book KBB.com Best Buy, and 2020 Motor Trend SUV. It also earned a spot on the Car and Driver’s 10Best list for 2020.
Test Drive Your Favorite Kia Suv Today
Whether the off-road adventures entice you that the Selot’s offers or you want to learn more about why the Telluride is so decorated, you can stop by the showroom at Andy Mohr Kia to explore your favorite Kia SUV. A member of our team will answer all your questions and get you behind the wheel of the best Kia car for your specific Avon, Indianapolis, or Plainfield, IN, lifestyle.
What Kia SUV New?
The all-new Niro is the first Kia designed as a hybrid/electric vehicle from the ground up. The result is an impressive mix of outstanding fuel economy, ample passenger room and a long list of modern convenience and safety technologies. While its combined city/highway fuel economy rating of 49 mpg doesn’t quite match the 52-mpg rating of the Toyota Prius, it’s notably more efficient than just about everything else in its price range, including the Ford C-Max and roomier Toyota Prius V. Combined with crossover-like, anti-Prius styling and refined driving manners, the Niro is a welcome addition to the genre. Later in 2017, the Niro will also be offered as a plug-in hybrid that Kia says should be rated to deliver 26 miles of all-electric range.
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Kia SUV Used 2017 Kia Niro Pricing
The 2017 Kia Niro lineup starts around $24,000 and tops out around $32,500 for a fully loaded Niro Touring model, putting it in the same ballpark as the 2017 Toyota Prius. While the Niro is covere by Kia’s superior 5-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty. Kia SUV The Prius boasts an establish reputation and excellent resale value. While we haven’t yet published official resale value predictions for this all-new model, there’s a good chance a $30,000 Niro will cost you more over a complete buy-own-sell ownership cycle than a $30,000 Prius. However, keep in mind that it’s usually worth spending a little extra to drive the car you prefer.
Driving The Used 2017 Kia Niro
The Niro’s newly developed gasoline-electric powertrain is Kia’s best hybrid system yet, resulting in a car that drives less like a complex hybrid and more like an excellent olé gas-guzzler. Seamless acceleration and braking aside, 139 horsepower is not a lot for a vehicle that weighs more than 3,000 pounds, and we had to tap every bit of its output during highway merging and passing. Kia SUV Once up to speed, the Niro proved quiet and comfortable for a car of its stature. A long list of available safety and convenience technologies helped reduce driver effort and increase confidence.
In-town acceleration was never a problem, and the Niro proved smooth and responsive in the go-turn-stop-repeat of city driving. Kia SUV, likes to talk about the new Niro being fun to drive there’s even a Sport driving mode but keep your expectations in check. While the Niro’s quick-shifting 6-speed dual-clutch transmission, independent rear suspension, and decent driving feel help compensate for the Niro’s challenged power-to-weight ratio, the Niro remains, first and foremost, a practical mileage-max. The Niro also performs well in parking lots, thanks to a tight turning radius, standard backup camera, good outward visibility, and available rear cross-traffic alert.
Kia SUV Interior Comfort
Kia has developed a reputation among the KBB editors for exceptionally well-rounded interiors, and the Niro’s passenger cabin is no exception. The clean design impresses first, followed by the intuitive layout, refined feel and intelligent functionality. The buttons and knobs all feel like they were design, engineered, and manufactured with attention to detail. Audio and climate controls are smartly situate. There’s a handy open bin with USB and power ports ahead of the transmission selector. The Niro’s backseat provides plenty of headroom and legroom for 6-footers and beyond. The cargo area isn’t as generous, but a 60/40-split-folding seatback adds valuable cargo/passenger flexibility. Like most hatchback, wagon or SUV-like vehicles, however, the Niro grows positively cavernous when you fold down the rear seats.
With its black plastic wheel arches, rear skid plate and design cues that add visual height, the Kia Niro resembles a small crossover SUV. Technically it’s more of a tall wagon or 5-door hatchback, but given America’s strong and growing preference for SUV. Kia is wise to position the Niro as a crossover. And if you don’t need the all-wheel drive, extra ground clearance or increased cargo capacity available in similarly priced SUV. The difference is academic. While every Niro gets modern touches like body-color door handles and mirrors, you have to reach the top-line Niro Touring to move out of 16-inch wheel covers into 18-inch alloys.
Kia’s attractive, intuitive and functional UVO infotainment system is one of our favorites. And the Niro includes the newest version as standard equipment. UVO3 highlights include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. One-touch Pandora internet radio and other apps, 8GB of music storage, plus subscription-free telematics features. Like vehicle diagnostic and roadside assistance services.
Smart Cruise Control
We haven’t yet had the opportunity to put the new Niro’s adaptive cruise control through extended testing. But in the 2017 Kia Cadenza, the system is among the best we’ve used. It doesn’t overreact.