The story continues to be much the same when it comes to reviews of the 2019 Kia Niro EV. According to Car and Driver, it's a solid car and boasts plenty of standard equipment, practicality, and sophistication. However, its limited availability is a significant drawback. While pricing hasn't been officially announced, some publications have noted that the Niro EV's only other major fault may be its sticker price, which should come in around $37,000 to $38,000.
C&D points out that this car should not be seen as a typical compliance EV, despite the fact that Kia only plans to sell it in 12 states. Some will surely argue that an electric car's lack of availability automatically defines it as a compliance car. However, regardless of its limited availability, C&D believes it offers much more than one might expect.