As the latest entry into the hybrid vehicle market, the 2017 Kia Niro seeks to distinguish itself from rivals like the Toyota Prius and Chevrolet Bolt by offering a higher riding, wagon-like package that is more akin to a crossover than a traditional hatchback. But unlike true crossovers which offer an option of all-wheel drive, the Niro’s gas-electric drivetrain powers only the front axle. Zach Vlasuk takes a close look at Kia’s fuel-saving hybrid in this Video Review and Road Test.


 

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