While it mightn't be a proper 'GT', the turbocharged Kia Picanto is the definition of cheap thrills.
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The 2019 Kia Sportage GT-Line petrol looks the goods, but does it have the goods as your next family car?
Maintaining its successful tall-hatch formula, the third-generation Soul still pleases despite not offering AWD.
The Kia Sportage GT-Line diesel offers a decent blend of comfort and drivability.
Kia is coming for Hyundai's warm-sedan crown with the new Cerato GT. Has it hit the mark?
The Kia Stinger constantly gets the comments section blazing on CarAdvice, with many questioning whether it stacks up as a proper replacement for the Aussie-built family sedans of yesteryear. I recently decided to put the rear-driven liftback's grand touring abilities to the test, joining Automotive Club Melbourne on a drive day down the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria...
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.
The higher-riding X-Line AO Edition is one half of Kia's expanded Picanto range alongside the warmed-up GT, giving prospective customers after its smallest model more choices. That's rarely a bad thing.
While you might not think of the Rio as an option if you're looking for a sporting drive, the GT-Line might just surprise you. It's affordable too.
The Kia Stinger ignites passionate debate like few other cars we've driven at CarAdvice. With a big engine up front, loads of space in the middle and power going to the rear, there was no shortage of hype. As soon as it arrived in Australia, we knew we wanted to buy one. Here it is, resplendent in Hichroma Red...