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Kia Niro Charging Cable

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Kia Niro Charging Cable

Kia Niro PHEV Charging Cable available in a 16amp and 32amp 240v Type 2 to Type 2, which is available from EV Cable Shop in two different lengths: 5 and 10 meters. The EV charging cable which is capable of charging up to 22kw is compatible with UK and EU standards. The charging cable will charge to the max. capacity that this car can handle, which is 3.3kW. That compatibility enables users to charge from any home, work station or public charging unit with a Type 2 socket and a vehicle with a Type 2 socket. The TUV and CE certified charging cable is fully weatherproof with plastic insulation of connector pins as well as rubber connector caps for extra protection when not in use.

  • Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable
  • 16amp and 32amp Charging Cable
  • 2 years warranty
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Type Capacity Time to charge Our recommendation
Type 2 – 1-Phase, 16A 3.7 kW 17h00m
Type 2 – 1 Phase, 32A 7.4 kW 8h30m Best fit
Type 2 – 3-Phase, 32A 22 kW 8h30m
Product Description

The Kia Niro PHEV is one of the latest in an increasingly strong selection of fuel-electric plug-in hybrid cars available in the UK. Reviewers rate it highly as it offers the best of both worlds, combining popular crossover-style looks with exemplary hybrid efficiency. The Niro is a very appealing car that is also available as a self-charging hybrid or as a full-blown EV for those drivers for whom range isn’t a problem. Check that the car has the correct charging cable. With a passenger-centric design emphasis is placed on the interior and overall the PHEV variant offers excellent efficiency.

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Kia Niro PHEV  Charging Cable FAQs

Which Charging Cable should you buy for the Kia Niro PHEV?

The most suitable charging cable for the Kia Niro is a Type 2 to Type 2 cable which will attach to all UK commercial charging stations, home charging stations and, smart charging stations. To charge the car at its maximum rate you would require at least a 32amp, 1 Phase, charging cable. This will allow you to charge your car in 8 hours and 30 minutes.

What is the difference between the Kia Niro EV Cables?

The biggest difference is between:

  • Type 2 to Type 2 charging cable: One end of this Kia Niro charging cable plugs into your ev charging station and the other plugs into the electric car.
  • Type 2 to 3 Pin charging cable: The difference with this portable Kia Niro charging cable is that one end plugs into a standard UK socket and the other plugs into your car. This means that as long as you have access to a UK plug socket, you will be able to charge your Kia Niro.
How does the Kia Niro PHEV drive?

It’s a relaxed car and no different in that respect to regular crossovers. Like most plug-in hybrid vehicles the emphasis is on the economy.

Does the Kia Niro PHEV work as an electric-only car?

Most assuredly. In fact, it excels in this regard. An 8.9 kWh lithium-polymer battery pack is paired with a powerful 44.5 kW electric motor These in turn are paired with Kia’s efficient 1.6L four-cylinder GDI engine, which independently produces 103bhp. The total power and torque output for the Niro PHEV is 139bhp with just 29g/km emissions. In pure EV mode, Kia suggests 30+ miles is achievable, making local journeys a cinch.

Is it easy to charge?

Yes. As with most others of this type charging is straightforward at home, work or in public locations. Up to an 80% charge should be achievable in around three hours. This car may charge faster when using a Type 2 1-phase 32A charging cable which can be purchased from  EV Cable Shop.

Is the Kia Niro PHEV cheap to run?

Kia state that just over 200 miles to the gallon should be possible, although this would have to be in perfect conditions and the car drove appropriately.

Here at EV Cable Shop, we offer FREE next working-day delivery if you place your order before 12 pm, it will be out for delivery the next working day.

If the order is placed after 12 pm, we will dispatch the next working day.

Warranty

Our products undergo strict quality control, to provide assurance and a written guarantee promising that we shall repair or replace your item purchased if necessary, within the specified period.

Returns

Our policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we can’t offer you a refund or exchange.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

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Choose a Cable Type:

Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable, Type 2 to 3 Pin Charging Cable

Choose a Cable Length:

5M, 10M, 15M, 20M

Choose a Rated Power (Charge Speed):

6amp – 12amp Adjustable (2.3kW), 16amp (3.6kW), 32amp (7.2kW), 32amp – 3 Phase (22kW)

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