Inside, Kia has thrown in leather seats and a sunroof. On the outside there's 17 inch alloy wheels, a discreet bodykit and a rear spoiler. As far as we can tell, there's only one minor inconvenience with the package; it's only available in three of the most popular Cerato colours; Platinum Silver (pictured), Ebony Black and Clear White. But that's not so bad.
MK Kim, Kia CEO and President, said in a report outlining the release,
"The drive away prices of our Cerato Limited offer customers a net saving of more than $3,000. The Cerato SLi already comes standard with a long list of extras including 17-inch alloy wheels and front fog lights and a six-function trip computer, cruise control, USB and iPod compatible six-speaker sound system."
Although the package isn't exactly jaw-dropping, if you're in the market for a nice, medium-to-small sedan with a decent smattering of features then this is a very worthy option. Even better if you're already about to purchase a Cerato SLi.
Prices start at $25,990 drive away for the manual. And if you don't like changing gears, then there's the automatic version available for $27,990 drive away. Only around 200 of them are on offer so you'd better be quick.