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Kia e-Niro

Kia e-Niro

The award-winning all-electric SUV

Hire a Kia e-Niro electric car to discover an all-rounder that has been turning heads since 2019, when it won the Eco Award at the carwow Car of the Year awards. Enhanced to perform even better and with 451 litres of boot space, the e-Niro ‘2’ could be your ideal hire car when you reserve online with Hertz.

The Kia e-Niro may be classed as a small SUV, but with a 282-mile range on a full battery, its power outperforms even some of the larger competitor electric cars. Outside the specs, this all-electric car has plenty of features to ensure a smooth ride, with smart cruise control, regenerative braking and Kia’s built-in navigational system making every trip a joy.

Discover what makes our Kia e-Niro hire cars a force to be reckoned with when you book online today.

A look inside

Kia e-Niro features

Adaptive Smart Cruise Control with Stop & Go

Rear-view camera

Automatic headlights and wipers

Wireless phone charger

All-round 3-point seatbelts

8-inch infotainment screen

Single Automatic Air Conditioning

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible

The Specs

Features & Specs

  • Seats 5
  • Boot size 451 litres
  • Drive Front wheel
  • Battery capacity 64 kWh
  • Range up to 282 m*
  • 0-60 mph 9.6 seconds
  • Torque 395 Nm
  • Euro NCAP Safety Rating *****
*WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure). Range depends on factors like vehicle configuration, charge level, battery temperature, speed, weather, elevation and other variables.

Like every Hertz vehicle, all our Kia e-Niro cars are fully sanitised before and after they are hired out to our customers.

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The Experience

What’s it like to drive a Kia e-Niro?


From the outside, the e-Niro looks like a traditional compact family hatchback, with a slightly raised ride height and 17-inch alloy wheels. Meanwhile, the interior pulls on that sports car crossover, with leather-trimmed armrests and steering wheel, auto-dimming rear-view mirror and LED daytime driving lights.


The Kia e-Niro ‘2’ comes with an eight inch infotainment system, with Kia Connect services. Here, you’ll get the latest updates on your journey, including live traffic data and estimated arrival times. Close to a city? Kia Connect will let you know where the nearest parking spaces are, as well as live fuel prices.


Our e-Niro hire cars pack a punch into its 64kWh battery, with 395 Nm of torque. Safety is at the forefront of this electric vehicle, with features such as an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) and Emergency Stop Signalling (ESS). Meanwhile, Drive Mode Select puts you in control, with both Eco and Sport modes.


Featuring the latest entertainment tech, the Kia e-Niro includes everything for a convenient and enjoyable drive. Place your phone in the dedicated tray for wireless charging, without cables getting in the way. Stay connected to all your favourite apps with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay. And focus on the world in front of you, with automatic headlights and wipers.


The spacious 451 litres of boot space provides plenty of room for luggage, ideal for small families and couples trips. If you need extra space, the rear seats also fold down to offer a sizeable 1,400 litres of capacity. In the front, the rotary gear selector frees up space for storing drinks and other journey essentials.


It’s simple to charge the Kia e-Niro. Insert the charging cable to the car’s charging inlet, lock the car to secure the cable in and you’re ready to start charging. Once finished, just unlock the e-Niro and you can remove the cable, ready to continue your journey.

What are the different types of chargers?

More things to know about charging

Fast AC Chargepoint

Pin Locator Public Charging

Every hour charging adds about 33 miles/53 km

Bolt 11kW | Clock 7 hours

Rapid DC Chargepoint

Pin Locator Public Charging

Every hour charging can add up to 150 miles/240 km (depending on vehicle)

Bolt 50 kW | Clock 63 min

Note: Charge time may vary per location. Public chargers may not produce the same output shown above.