The second generation of Kia's Niro EV, which tops off the automaker's trio of electrified subcompact crossovers that also includes plug-in hybrid and gasoline-electric hybrid powertrains, goes on sale this month in all 50 states.
The Korean automaker slashed $200 off the price for buyers that opt into the higher of two trims, called the Wave.
For 2023, Kia simplified the lineup from three trims to two. The more expensive Niro EV Wave will cost $45,745, including shipping. By comparison, the first-generation Niro's top trim, the Niro EV EX Premium, was priced at $45,945.