With prices starting from just £5,495 on-the-road, value savvy customers will be delighted to see they are spoilt with choice as Kia confirms pricing for eight models including the brand new Sportage in their 2005 Price List.
As a new generation turns to Kia, the entry-level price for the Picanto remains frozen at just £5,495; the price for the new Cerato 2.0 SE Saloon is confirmed at £11,990; and Kia introduces a new top of the range XSE special edition to the Sorento family from £22,995.
Prices for Kia’s best selling Rio along with Cerato and Magentis remain unchanged while various price increases across the range reflect Kia’s move to stand competitively in their segments while continuing to offer outstanding value.
Metallic/Mica paint is increased by £45 to £295 on Picanto, Rio, Cerato, Magentis and Carens; and by £25 to £325 on Sorento, Sedona and new Sportage.The 2005 Model Range
Kia’s 2004 success proves it has a winning line-up and all models remain untouched moving forward into 2005.
The range has been further strengthened by the introduction of the Cerato 2.0 SE Saloon and the Sorento XSE special edition.
The new Cerato 2.0 SE Saloon offers consumers a top of the range saloon at a highly competitive price. The interior features leather upholstery, heated front seats, full climate control, cruise and traction control and an attractive metal grain dashboard while 16" alloys provide a stylish finish.
Satellite navigation ensures customers purchasing a special edition Sorento XSE find their way around the British countryside while 18" alloy wheels, chrome trim door mirrors, privacy glass and dark-styled headlamps ensure they look good when doing so.2005 Offers
Kia’s industry leading £1 deposit remains and all Kias now come with free seven-day drive-away insurance.
Customers purchasing a Rio, Cerato, Carens or Sedona between 1 January and 31 March will receive £1,000 cashback.
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