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Called an "un-hybrid," by the Kia company, the new 2017 Kia Niro is a compact crossover with some stylish, yet understated good looks, and a new hybrid powertrain and engine. It's set in a perfect position to take on the segment veteran, Prius, and has the looks and technology to do it, considering not much has changed with the Toyota hybrid, and the 2017 Niro ditches the futuristic feel for a more practical one.

Save Gas, Save Money, Save the Planet

For the newest version of the Kia Niro, we see an updated powerplant to compliment the updated wagon/hatchback looks. Under the hood is a new, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine with exhaust-heat recovery and dual cooling circuits for quickly warming up the cylinder head. The combined system output to the front wheels is 139-hp and 195 lb-ft of torque, and has an estimated EPA city rating of up to 52 mpg.

Furthering the stretch of your gas/electric budget, is the new feature that allows the 2017 Niro to shut down or limit the gasoline engine when slowed down to a creep in heavy highway traffic or crowded city driving at less than 30 mph or so. So while you may be less than happy to be bumper-to-bumper, you'll at least have the peace of mind to know you're not wasting gas or money.

The 2017 Kia Niro itself eschews the compact feel of most smaller hybrids and offers some of the best passenger and cargo space in the segment. The Niro has added a more SUV-styled rear-end and has looks closer to those of a crossover SUV, even though once you step inside it feels more of a wagon or large hatch.

Tech Touches

Some pretty nifty eco-friendly touches are installed in the 2017 Niro, including grille shutters that automatically close at approximately 35 mph to diminish drag. There's also the new navigation system that can access GPS data for road topography and can advise the driver when to lift off the gas and can direct the powertrain to shunt electrons to precharging the battery pack in anticipation of long uphill grades.

Kia has also installed Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard electronic equipment, and didn't skimp on the safety tech. For 2017, the Niro includes blind-spot warning with rear-traffic alert, adaptive cruise, and lane-departure warning.

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