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by Matt Brogan

Kia have today announced the availability of a Limited Edition Cerato with extra features totalling $1,200 at no extra charge.

For a limited time only the Cerato LE, based on the well-equipped Cerato S Option Pack, will be offered to customers at the driveaway price of $20,990 with 5-speed manual transmission or $22,990 with 4-speed automatic transmission.
The limited edition model adds 15-inch five-spoke polished alloy wheels; a chromed version of the ‘Schreyer’ corporate grille, penned by world-renowned Kia global design chief Peter Schreyer; and high-quality tailored front and rear floor mats, all for no additional cost.

In addition to the extra kit, Cerato LE maintains all the standard equipment of the Cerato S including air conditioning, steering wheel mounted remote audio controls, cruise control, power heated door mirrors, power windows, remote central locking, MP3 compatible single CD tuner with auxiliary input and speed sensing door locks.

The all-new Kia Cerato is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol engine to produce a class-leading 115kW of power and 194Nm of torque. Official combined fuel economy figures are  7.8L/100kms, meaning a manual Cerato is capable of travelling more than 660 kilometres on a single fill of 91RON unleaded fuel.

With an Australian Government Green Vehicle Guide rating of 4.5 stars, the new Cerato is one of the ‘greenest’ vehicles in the Small segment, emitting just 186 grams per kilometre of CO2 with the manual gearbox (187 g/km for the four-speed automatic) despite being the most powerful vehicle in its class.

The Limited Edition Kia Cerato offers the same traditionally low running costs as the rest of the Cerato range, with the confidence of a comprehensive standard unlimited kilometre/5-year warranty package for private users (5-years/130,000kms for business and commercial users), and is available now.

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