Kia is coming for Hyundai's warm-sedan crown with the new Cerato GT. Has it hit the mark?
At long last, Kia has what Aussies want in a hatch with a bit of extra poke: five doors and an automatic transmission. It’s been a while coming, but the new Cerato GT hatch ticks the boxes Kia couldn’t previously.
Reasonably fast, and brilliant through the bends, the Cerato GT is more than just a ‘warm hatch’.
The all-new Kia Cerato Sport is a value-for-money proposition, but how much sportiness is really infused into the 'Sport'?
It’s not all about aftermarket at SEMA – manufacturers have a big presence at the show, giving visitors a look into potential future models and parts that could roll out to existing vehicles. We toured all the big manufacturers to see what they have on offer and whether any of it is coming to Australia...
Kia has stubbornly stuck by its value pricing plan for the newest Cerato small sedan, to the benefit of budget-conscious buyers.
Kia aims to spice up its best-selling model with visual ties to the Stinger halo model.
The new Cerato Sport+ is ripper value and a comfortable cruiser, though lacks the performance to live up to its name.
What the new model lacks in excitement and flair, it makes up for with value and top customer care.
The Kia Cerato doesn't put the 'Sport' in 'Sport+' nor does it really challenge the best in the segment.
The new Sport variant brings together a suite of appealing features and sharp pricing worthy of the new sweet spot in the 2017 Kia Cerato range.