Does one of Australia’s cheapest cars double as one of the smartest buys out there?
Kia is still holding onto the manual option, but is it worth the $2000 saving over the auto?
Many brands are streamlining model ranges, but not Kia. The Cerato line-up has been expanded with the addition of a new manual variant in mid-range ‘Sport’ trim.
The Kia Seltos is already a popular compact SUV seemingly right from launch. Here, we test the entry-level S model grade with the optional Safety Pack.
In 1976 a car entered the automotive landscape and changed the world. Okay, not the whole world, and not overnight, but in the world of performance motoring, things would never be the same again. It produced 81kW and 140Nm from a naturally aspirated 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, started out with a four-speed manual but later picked up a five-cog 'box, weighed 830kg, and could bolt to 100km/h in a reported 9...
Despite being an all-wheel-drive SUV, and having that alluring ‘4x4 Lock’ button near the gearstick, buyers of this Kia Sorento will more than likely spend 99 (or more) per cent of their time in the city. That's certainly been the case for our long-term Sorento, which has been getting shared around the CarAdvice office on a variety of urban assaults...
There's a new small SUV in town, with chiselled good looks and plenty of kit. Not everything about the Kia Seltos is perfect, though.
Big, classy and attractively priced – but Kia’s biggest SUV won’t come here.
The Kia Seltos has quickly established itself as a small-SUV sharp-ender. We see if the flagship GT-Line climbs to the top of the range heap.
Kia Australia has wanted a model like the Seltos for a long, long time. Now it's here, and it's a very good thing.
We get down to brass tacks with the Sorento GT-Line's interior bells and whistles.