The UK’s first multi-brand electric vehicle showroom – the Electric Vehicle (EV) Experience Centre, operated by Chargemaster – opens its doors in the Centre:MK shopping centre on Saturday 22 July
Kia’s new B-segment crossover will be named Stonic. An “eye-catching and confident compact crossover with true European design flair”, the Stonic is inspired by the form and function of larger Kia SUVs
The new ’17-plate’ cars will soon be hitting the roads, and in this month’s issue, we deliver a definitive guide to negotiating the best price on your new registration motor, as well as maximising the value of your old one. Our step-by-step guide tells you everything you need to know so that you can beat the sales person at their own game.
Kia is making a number of tweaks to the recently-introduced new Sportage. As well as the introduction of a ‘GT-line S’ model, a ‘KX-5’ version and a 1.7 CRDi DCT powertrain are now available
After their launches at the Paris Motor Show, the 2017 Soul crossover and Carens compact MPV are now on sale in the UK
Kia has announced details of a range of upgrades to its Carens MPV, to refresh its appearance and functionality, improve in-cabin ambience, and update the safety and connectivity features on offer to buyers.
The new fourth generation Kia Rio made its world debut in Paris today and promises to offer B-segment buyers a compelling package – designed and engineered to appeal to more people than ever before.
A new Optima Sportswagon estate model will join the Kia range in the UK on 15 September 2016. Prices for the all-diesel line-up start at £22,295. Kia’s first ever D-segment estate car comes to the UK at the same time as a plug-in hybrid version of the Optima. The company says that in Europe, two-thirds of D-segment sales and 75 per cent of fleet sales in the class are taken by estate cars.
Kia has launched the all-new Niro crossove hybrid, priced from £21,295. With CO2 emissions as low as 88g/km and fuel economy of up to 74.3mpg, Kia says the Niro will make a significant contribution in helping it meet its pledge to reduce the average emissions of its range by 25 per cent before 2020.
The all-new Kia Optima Sportswagon was today given its global public debut at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show. It is Kia’s first foray into the D-segment tourer segment and was inspired by the 2015 SPORTSPACE Concept. Manufactured exclusively for Europe, the new Optima Sportswagon offers the striking exterior design and high quality interior of the Optima saloon, with the added practicality and appeal of a tourer.