In my previous article on the Niro EV Wind, I discussed how the Niro differs from its direct rivals'
sub-$40,000 EVs in terms of charging times, maximum range on a single charge, and cost.
previous article on the Niro EV Wind, I discussed the comfort and space of the interior as well as
the driving experience. A few weeks ago, I also wrote about the top 5 EV manufacturers in the US
by sales, and it turns out that of the roughly half a dozen EVs under $40k, the Niro probably sold the fewest.
There was at least one month when hardly any Niros were sold in the US,
so I'm not sure whether it was more because of price (and dealer markups) than availability
the future compared to all the other widely available EVs with base model MSRPs under $40,000.