Search found 7 matches
Search found 7 matches • Page 1 of 1
I have had my PHEV just a few months now and love it. So much better than the Toyota CHR hybrid I had before. I agree with jerrytaff. I'd add that if you want impressive overtaking, drop out of EV and into hybrid, then slip into sports mode. I live in a rural area and find it very useful to do that ...
Apologies if this is a "noddy" question. :oops: I can't find an answer online or in the manual- or on this forum. So, question: On the full screen satnav display there is a button on the left hand side which says "Auto" and above it is a countdown in distance (eg 400 yds, 300 yds etc). It seems poss...
- Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:27 pm
- Forum: Main Kia Niro chat
- Topic: Driving tips to charge battery better.
- Replies: 15
- Views: 6924
I used to have Toyota CHR hybrid. Much the same discussions as here can be found on the CHR forum. FWIW, doing a petrol fill to fill for working out mpg gave me around 56- less than the trip computer said. And it, too, suffered in the cold weather- probably by at least 10%. Battery charge was usuall...
- Thu Apr 04, 2019 11:15 am
- Forum: Off-Topic Chat
- Topic: Kia Dealers.. Good..Bad ..or Indifferent?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 4390
One reason I was prompted to trade in my Toyota CHR was my more recent experience with Toyota dealers. It has been dire....two separate dealers. I live in rural SW Scotland so have limited access to dealerships. Both the two Toyota dealers I used lacked care, failed to follow up on my requests for q...
Hi. Two days ago I picked up my Niro PHEV. Traded in Toyota CHR hybrid. Very pleased so far with the PHEV. Prefer it to the CHR. Doing mainly journeys that are round trips of about 30 miles. The trip computer shows doing 350 mpg. Tried Sports mode- impressive! The tech is a lot easier to use compare...