The Kia Grand Carnival has been the best selling people mover in Australia for a number of years.
Kia's impressive baby-car range has grown with the new three-door hatch and four-door sedan variants.
The 2012 Kia Soul is a positive upgrade for a car that’s funkier than a practical car should be.
If you said the name ‘Picanto’ to the average Aussie, the most probable response would be ‘Huh?’ – probably in concert with a blank stare.
The new Kia Rio is European designed, custom tuned for Australian roads and comes with a Korean price tag. What’s not to like?
Models tested: Hyundai i45 Premium and Kia Optima Platinum: 2.4-litre, four cylinder petrol, six-speed automatic, four-door medium sedans. The crowded medium-size car category has two South Koreans shaking up the establishment. Based on specs alone, it's almost impossible to tell them apart; they're essentially cut from the same mould - after all it's the same parent company...
It's not hard to see why the Kia Grand Carnival captures such a prominent market share.
The compact SUV benchmark under forty grand...
After just five minutes behind the wheel of the Kia Cerato SLi hatchback, I’m already feeling the love.
CarAdvice tests Kia's mid-sized sedan, the Optima.
The Kia Optima is a big knock-out punch to the face of competitors in the segment.