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Kia Ranges

  • Kia Carens

    Kia Carens

    New price:
    £19,300 - £28,200
    Used price:
    £115 - £21,423
  • Kia Ceed

    Kia Ceed

    New price:
    £15,365 - £25,335
    Used price:
    £936 - £17,628
  • Kia Niro

    Kia Niro

    New price:
    £23,135 - £25,135
    Used price:
    £15,320 - £23,045
  • Kia Optima

    Kia Optima

    New price:
    £21,635 - £33,995
    Used price:
    £5,754 - £23,591
  • Kia Picanto

    Kia Picanto

    New price:
    £9,450 - £13,950
    Used price:
    £378 - £12,543
  • Kia Proceed

    Kia Proceed

    New price:
    £18,155 - £23,835
    Used price:
    £1,102 - £18,306
  • Kia Rio

    Kia Rio

    New price:
    £11,995 - £17,935
    Used price:
    £111 - £14,006
  • Kia Sorento

    Kia Sorento

    New price:
    £28,850 - £41,450
    Used price:
    £647 - £32,742
  • Kia Soul

    Kia Soul

    New price:
    £14,310 - £23,565
    Used price:
    £1,991 - £18,411
  • Kia Sportage

    Kia Sportage

    New price:
    £18,945 - £32,525
    Used price:
    £154 - £27,335
  • Kia Venga

    Kia Venga

    New price:
    £12,555 - £19,130
    Used price:
    £2,742 - £15,708

Most popular Kia reviews

  • Kia Niro SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    Hybrid power, wrapped up in an SUV body

    Parkers rating: 3.7 out of 5 3.7
    New price: £23,135 - £25,135
    PROS
    • Spacious and practical
    • Quiet engine and smooth running
    • Excellent real-world fuel economy
    • CO2 emissions as low as 88g/km
    CONS
    • Uninspired exterior design
    • Interior design lacks homogeny
    • Motorway performance lacklustre
    • No switchable EV drive mode
    Read full review
  • Kia Sportage (2016 onwards) Review

    best-selling Kia heads to the top end of the SUV grid

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £18,945 - £32,525
    PROS
    • Cheap to buy compared with rivals
    • Long warranty is still compelling
    • Low leasing rates add attractiveness
    CONS
    • Some rivals more practical
    • Competitors better on fuel and tax
    • Avoid the petrol auto version
    Read full review
  • Kia Stinger Coupe (2017 onwards) Review

    Kia ramps up its style with this 4 Series rival

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £0 - £0
    PROS
    • Generous interior space
    • Stylish fastback shape
    • Strong performance
    • Well-balanced chassis
    • Very well equipped
    CONS
    • Some fussy design details
    • Interior not quite at Audi levels
    • Engine short on character
    • No 4WD option for UK
    • Kia badge lacks kudos at £40k
    Read full review
  • Kia Stonic SUV (2017 onwards) Review

    Looks like an off-roader, drives like a sporty hatchback

    Parkers rating: 3.8 out of 5 3.8
    New price: £0 - £0
    PROS
    • Space for four adults
    • Peppy handling
    • Practical boot
    • Low running costs
    • Kia warranty and reliability
    CONS
    • Firm ride
    • Engines lack character
    • Cheap cabin materials
    • Lacks some common kit
    • Myriad rivals in sector
    Read full review

Kia is a relatively new brand to the British car-buying public, however that is changing as the brand hits new sales records in the UK. The Korean manufacturer had not really been on Brits’ radar until the 21st century when models such as the Picanto, Rio, Sorento and Sedona started to make an impact in the new car market.

It was its second generation cars that has started to mark the brand out as a builder of quality, well-designed mainstream cars not least with the Ceed hatchback and Ceed Sportswagon (estate). Two of its latest models to receive the full make over is the Kia Carens, a compact people carrier, and the Kia Sportage, a spacious off-roader.

One of the key features of its new cars is its seven-year warranty that helps provide reassurance for potential owners.

Kia has come a long way since it started out as a manufacturer of steel tubing and bicycle parts in 1944. In 1951 it started building complete bicycles, then moved into motorcycle production in 1957, trucks in 1962 and eventually started making cars in 1974. It is now South Korea’s second largest car maker after Hyundai.

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