Spring has sprung and the offers have well and truly blossomed at Kia Motors (UK) Ltd.
Prices on the small Kia Picanto city car have dropped by £200 on the nippy 1.0-litre entry model meaning you could pick up one of Kia's best sellers for under £6,000. And the savings continue as you move up the Kia range with up to £2,500 off the Kia Carens and £3,000 off on the Kia Sedona, rising to a whopping £5,700 off Kia's powerhouse - the Kia Sorento 4x4.
If a new car still feels a little out of reach then fear not - Kia has also revamped its finance offers giving customers up to £2,500 contribution to their finance on most cars in the range. So any astute buyers out there could bag themselves a bargain by picking up a Kia cee'd SW 2.0 CRDi Sport with Kia's leading seven-year warranty and a £2,500 contribution to their finance package. Other examples of this offer includes a £750 finance contribution on the new segment busting Kia Soul with five-year warranty making it this seasons must have accessory.
Paul Philpott, Managing Director Kia Motors (UK) Limited commented on the latest offers; "We've had an incredible start to the year and want to pass on our success to our customers. We know that people are watching the pennies at the moment but we don't want anyone to feel they are going without so great deals like this give motorists a reason to be cheerful!"
Kia continues to offer a range of special editions too, with the Kia Picanto and Kia Rio Chill models plus the magnificent Kia cee'd SR-7 and the Kia pro_cee'd ZR-7 specials.
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