Kia, the fastest growing car manufacturer in the UK, has launched a raft of new offers in April.

The Kia Sedona diesel full-size MPV, BBC Top Gear Magazine’s Best Value car in 2002, will be available at the special promotional price of £13,995 (a £755 price reduction) from the beginning of April until the end of June; while the Sportage XSE, 4x4 Magazine’s best budget off-roader, will be available with a £1000 cashback offer, making it even better value than ever.

The double whammy of low initial payment and low monthly payments introduced on the Kia Rio in February is now available on other models in the Kia range. So for a deposit of £1 you can drive away a Rio, for £2 a Shuma, for £3 a Carens, for £4 a Sportage, for £5 a Magentis and for £10 a Sedona. All offers are available until 30 June 2003.

Paul Williams, Managing Director of Kia Motors (UK) Limited said: "Our sales success in 2003 is on the back of strong products at exceptional prices. The response to our first finance package on the new Rio has encouraged us not only to extend the offer until 30 June but to extend finance offers across the range. All deals include a very low deposit and very competitive monthly payments, the best of both worlds if you like."

All Kias benefit from a three-year/unlimited mileage warranty, six-year anti-perforation warranty and three-years' European roadside assistance for peace of mind when abroad. For further details go to www.kia.co.uk.


Published : 06/04/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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