Join Date: Aug 2019
Location: Brossard, Québec, Canada
As mentioned by PBodifee the Niro EV offers far better real life range than spec'd by Kia. I have had my 2019 Kia Niro EV SX Touring (Canadian version of the EX Premium with all options added), since May 6th, I have 9500km on it. I used to drive in Normal and Sport mode all of the time, just because it's fun, but now I mix Eco and Sport modes. My last few charges have averaged about 14.1kWh/100km, compared to about 16kWh/100km previously. I have gone 452km on a full charge and that was in Sport and Normal with a fair mix of city and highway. I have also gone 360km, all highway at about 110km/h, bad weather (about 5C, rain and wind), on one charge and had about 40km showing as left over range. This car is a beast.
With that being said, range depends on: Driving style, weather, temperature, highway vs city, grade of the road (hills vs flat), use of AC or heat, accessories, etc. So there are lots of variables that can affect your range, but you will probably see more than the published range from Kia on a regular basis. Good thing you got the Premium options for cold weather, it will help a lot.
2019 Kia Niro EV - SX Touring