Kiae-Niro 4+ 64kWh (2020) electric chargers
64 kWh battery
Vehicle type Battery Electric Vehicle
Connector type 2
Range 282 miles of electric driving
Charge speed 22 miles per hour
Kia e-Niro 3 Home Charging Guide
Kia has expanded the e-Niro range to include more affordable options, but the top-spec 64kWh '4+' is still the version to go for if you want the most comfort and the best interior features. The e-Niro 4+ builds upon the formula of the successful 2019 e-Niro 4 and tweaks it to make it even better. One-touch sliding sunroof, seat memory function, as well as heated and ventilated front seats are just some of the neat mod-cons. You can watch our review of the 2019 Kia e-Niro in the video below.
Charging the Kia e-Niro '4+' will take about 10 hours when using a 7.4kW home charge point, although it can go up to 11kW AC if you have access to a three-phase charge point at home. It also has CCS rapid charging, so if you connect to public rapid charger you can expect an 80% charge in around 45 minutes.
Kia e-Niro 4+ 64kWh compatible chargers
Kia e-Niro 4+ 64kWh 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 '3' 64kWh overnight and drive away fully charged every morning.
|Method||kW||Typical location||Charging time (empty to full)|
|Standard three-pin plug||2.3||Home||32 hours|
|Dedicated home charging point||7.4||Home||10 hours|
|Fast charger||22*||Offices, commercial buildings, car parks, supermarkets, leisure centres||7 hours* (limited to 11kW by vehicle)|
|Rapid charger||Up to 77||Motorway services, car parks||44 minutes|
* Limited by on-board charger, vehicle cannot charge faster.
Kia e-Niro 4+ 64kWh Charging Cost
School run, commute to the office? You can drive up to 282 miles purely on low-cost electric power.
A full home charge on a Kia e-Niro 4+ 64kWh costs around £6.40.
Did you know?
A typical overnight electricity rate is around 10p per kWh.