The 2022 Kia Niro is a handsome and fuel-efficient hybrid crossover that has made quite some noise in the industry. However, opting for the Niro, especially when the market is deluged with several other crossovers, could be confusing. Fret not! Palmen Kia in Kenosha, WI, makes the process easy for you by comparing the Niro to the 2022 Honda CR-V. The Honda CR-V has long enjoyed a decent reputation and rode high on success. But does it fare better than the Niro? Let us find out!
2022 Kia Niro
2022 Honda CR-V
|53 City / 48 Hwy / 50 Combined
||Fuel Economy (MPG)
||40 City / 35 Hwy / 38 Combined
||Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™
||Standard Touchscreen Display
The comparison chart brings into light several things that we like about the Niro and the areas where the crossover shines. For one, it is more reasonable than the Honda CR-V. At a starting price of $24,690, the Kia Niro grabs several eyeballs and sells out like hotcakes. Besides the ones mentioned in the chart, the Niro also steals the show in several other areas. It comes with a bevy of safety features that tend to your well-being on the road. Let us take a look at some of its features.
--Auto Emergency Braking
--Blind Spot Detection
--Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning
--Lane Keeping Assist, and several others
Head to our dealership to find the 2022 Niro on the lot, or schedule a test drive of the crossover ahead of your purchase to know what the model offers in real-time.