Thursday, July 25, 2024

Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car

If you want an electric car at a low price, you can't miss this offer from Kia. Buy a Niro and save over DKK 100,000.

Kia Denmark introduces a new stock clearance campaign on the fully electric Kia Niro EV Upgrade.

This campaign gives customers the opportunity to buy the car at a reduced price of DKK 274,900. The normal price, including extra equipment, is DKK 386,393, which means a saving of over DKK 100,000.

With a range of up to 460 km, the Kia Niro EV is ideal for those looking for a reliable and economical electric car. The model is equipped with a number of modern functions that improve the choral experience. Among these functions are the Head-Up Display, which projects data on the windscreen, and the heat pump, which ensures efficient heating and cooling of the cabin.

The seats in PU synthetic leather are both durable and easy to maintain, and the front seats have both ventilation and heating, which increases comfort under the car. For added convenience, the driver's seat is equipped with a memory function that stores the preferred settings.

Safety is also top of mind with features such as adaptive cruise control, which automatically keeps a safe distance from anchoring tows, and blind spot assistant, which monitors blind spots. The digital instrumentation provides a clear overview of the car's data, and the electric tailgate makes it easy to access the boot.

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Another practical function is keyless operation, which makes it possible to lock and start the car without taking anything out of your pocket. In addition, the car is equipped with remote parking assistant, which makes it possible to park via remote control. The Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) function allows the use of the car's battery as a power supply.

The campaign includes three different equipment levels, but common to all of them is the extensive list of optional extras. This price reduction makes it possible to get a fully electric car with advanced equipment at a price that is difficult to find elsewhere.

For those not ready to buy, Kia also offers a flexible leasing agreement. From DKK 1,995 per month and a payment of DKK 29,995, customers can experience the benefits of electric driving without having to commit to a purchase.

If you want a lower payment, this can be brought down to DKK 9,995 by paying a higher monthly payment.

The leasing prices are based on 10,000 km annually, and for every extra 5,000 km DKK 300 is added to the monthly service.

For more information about the Kia Niro EV and the current campaign, visit Kia Denmark .

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  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car
  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car
  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car
  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car
  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car
  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car
  • Save over NOK 100,000. on the Kia Niro electric car

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