New creed: Heavily revised Kia five door launches to continue sales success
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New creed: Heavily revised Kia five door launches to continue sales success

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ROBIN ROBERTS

When it hits the road next month, the new Kia cee’d range will start from £14,395.

Two petrol and two diesel engines are featured and comprise a 98bhp 1.4-litre petrol, 1.6-litre petrol with 133bhp, an 89bhp 1.4-litre diesel and a 126bhp 1.6-litre diesel and five specification levels: 1, 2, 3, 4 or 4 Tech. There’s a six-speed manual or six-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox across the model range.

Standard includes air conditioning, front electric windows and door mirrors, daytime running lights, a cooled glovebox and Bluetooth, iPod and USB connectivity. Hill start assist also makes the line-up.

Mid-spec ‘2’ cars from £16,395 feature 16-inch alloy wheels, a rear centre armrest, all-round electric windows, cruise control with speed limiter and reversing sensors, and £18,995 ‘3’ models add tinted windows, rain-sensing wipers, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, a seven-inch touchscreen sat-nav system and a reverse parking camera.

Cars carrying the ‘4’ badge from £20,595 have 17-inch alloys, black leather front seats,  heated steering wheel, electronic parking brake, stop-start, while full-fat ‘4 Tech’ models add a panoramic sunroof, ‘Parallel Parking Assist System’ and Xenon adaptive front lights and start from £22,495.

 

The new model is ideal as a business car but look at our business car advice  to help you decided if it’s right for you.

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Ralph Morton is an award-winning journalist and editor of Business Motoring, as well as Editorial DIrector of Business Car Manager Ltd. Ralph writes extensively about the car and van leasing industry as well as wider fleet and company car issues. A former editor of What Car?, Ralph is a vastly experienced writer and editor and has been writing about the automotive sector for over 35 years.

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