If available I'll take a printed copy over the on-line version any day.
-Websites do go away.
- I can get the books greasy; my ipad, not so much. Papers don't break.
- It's easier to take notes, fold corners, see the logical flow of the directions on paper.
- With Chiltons, Haynes, etc, you know mechanics have taken things apart and put them back to together again. Kniro.net looks a little too idealalistic at times, maybe written by engineers?
- Usually I like to have the written manual on the repair subject and you-tube videos. Kniro.net will supplement but not replace. The Niro is still relatively new so not much DIY info is out there yet.