Kiae-Niro 2 39kWh (2020) electric chargers

Battery Electric Vehicle

Battery

39 kWh

Connector

Type 2

Range

180 miles

Benefit in kind

1%

CO2 Emissions

0 g/km

Kia e-Niro 2 Home Charging Guide

Kia has expanded the e-Niro range to include more affordable options. The Kia e-Niro '2' is the lowest-cost version, starting from £29,595 (as of June 2020) including the Government plug-in car grant. Although it has a smaller 39kWh battery, this e-Niro still has an excellent 180-mile range, large passenger and boot space and many of the features of the more expensive e-Niro '3' and '4+' versions. You can watch our review of the 2019 Kia e-Niro in the video below.

Charging the Kia e-Niro '2' will take about five hours when using a 7.4kW home charge point. It also has CCS rapid charging, so if you connect to public rapid charger you can expect an 80% charge in around 43 minutes. 

Kia e-Niro 2 39kWh compatible chargers

The original Ohme charger

Syncs with your energy tariff

Our most popular charger

Stylish, simple and works as tethered or untethered

Upgraded version of Ohme Home

Better looks and no earth rod required

A good all-rounder

Good looks and easy to use

World's smallest charger

A wide range of app features

The Grand Designs choice

Unrivalled range of finishes to suit your home

Designed by Tesla for Tesla cars

Unique features enabled for Tesla vehicles

Wallbox

Commander 2

 

from £1260.00

Good for business

Aimed at businesses and public locations


Charging Cable

5m Charging Cable (grey)

 

from £179.00

Premium quality

Made in the UK

Charging Cable

10m Charging Cable (grey)

 

from £205.00

Longer cable for extra flexibility

Made in the UK

Kia e-Niro 2 39kWh Charging Time

It's rare anyone needs to charge their car from empty to full. In fact, most of the time you will simply "top up" your car's battery for two to three hours overnight. Learn more about home charging here

Take advantage of cheaper electricity tariffs and charge your Kia e-Niro '2' 39kWh overnight and drive away fully charged every morning.

Method kW Typical location Charging time (empty to full)
Standard three-pin plug 2.3 Home 20.25 hours
Dedicated home charging point 7.4 Home 6.5 hours
Fast charger 22* Offices, commercial buildings, car parks, supermarkets, leisure centres 6.5 hours* (limited to 7.2kW by vehicle)
Rapid charger  Up to 50 Motorway services, car parks 44 minutes

* Limited by on-board charger, vehicle cannot charge faster.

Kia e-Niro 2 39kWh Charging Cost

School run, commute to the office? You can drive up to 180 miles purely on low-cost electric power.

A full home charge on a Kia e-Niro 2 39kWh costs around £3.90.

Did you know?

A typical overnight electricity rate is around 10p per kWh.

Public Charging Made Simple

Compare energy tariffs for your Kia e-Niro 2 39kWh

Battery size

39 kWh

Charge speed

22 mph

Range

180 miles

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