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With summer holidays just around the corner Kia have a whole host of offers to keep mum, dad and the kids happy.

Guaranteed to keep the kids entertained on those long car journeys, all Sedona models and Carens seven seat models now include a fully integrated multimedia cinema system, including features such as wireless headphones surround sound and games console compatibility.  This large screen DVD player is sure to be a hit with all passengers.

With the success of the original launch offer, Kia is offering discounts on the entire Carens range for all mothers to be.   A series of discounts are available depending on the number of babies you are expecting.  Offers start at £100 off for one baby, to a free Carens for those expecting quins and an array of offers for all those in between.

To celebrate the introduction of the new five year warranty, two special edition Carens models have been launched; the G5 and the GS5.  For £1000 less than the standard G and GS models, upon which they are based, buyers get an impressive specification, including front and rear electric windows, alloy wheels and a redesigned chrome tailgate badge.

Due to increased demand, cee’d S, GS and LS diesel derivatives are also available for the same price as their petrol counterparts. With savings of up to £1000 there has not been a better time to invest.  If that was not enough, the cee’d SR models, with a low insurance group, ABS, remote central locking, CD with MP3 player and 16” alloy wheels, to mention but a few features, have had their prices frozen.  The cee’d SR starts from just £10,495.

Expanding the Rio line, a special edition ‘Red’ model has been introduced, with a choice of the 1.4 LS manual and 1.5 CRDi versions at a significant saving of £680 off the normal list price.  With a focus on safety and luxury the ‘Red’ models feature twin side and curtain airbags, leather covered steering wheel and gear knob together with premium upholstery and metal pedals and interior trim.  The limited availability and extra features give the ‘Red’ Rio an exclusive luxurious look and feel that make it look as great as it feels to drive.

To top off the passenger car deals the Picanto LS is available with one year’s free insurance, meaning that Kia’s smallest car is now available at an even smaller price.

As the 4x4 market is growing Kia has increased its range with the Sportage 2.0 Xi special edition petrol model and the Sorento Xi, automatic and manual diesel, special edition.  The Sportage Xi comes at an on-the-road price £1,350 below the XE model and the Sorento Xi at £1000 below the XE model, both with an equivalent specification.  These editions mean that the Sportage range now starts at just £13,995 and the Sorento range at just £18,995.

After an exceptional response to the special edition TITAN Sportage, with 17” Rimfire alloy wheels and metallic paint, Kia is extending its availability and adding to the range a TITAN Sorento, with 18” Rimfire alloy wheels as standard.  With no premium pricing over the existing XT models it is available in 2.5-litre diesel manual and automatic versions, as well as the 3.3 V6 petrol automatic.  Prices start from just £25,045.

Both the Sportage XS and the Sorento XS come with three years 0% HP with a minimum deposit of 30%.

Published 17 July 2007 Melanie Carter

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