The South Korean based automaker Kia has recently launched the 2013 Cerato in Australia, where the model can now be ordered from 19,990 AUD.
The newest Kia Cerato is coming with two body styles in Australia, a sedan and a hatchback, with the last one being the most popular. The sedan version is 30 mm longer, at 4,560 mm, 25 mm lower and 5 mm wider, riding on a 50 mm longer wheelbase than the hatchback. The 2013 Kia Cerato is available in three trim levels, the S, the Si and the SLi, and the cheapest one is getting trip computer, Bluetooth, cruise control, USB, Aux, front corner and rear parking sensors and 16-inch steel wheels.
The Si mid-range is adding the chrome exterior trim, electrically folding side mirrors, rearview camera, push button engine start, rear air vents, 4.3-inch touch screen and 16-inch alloy rims, while the SLi top of the line is getting the LED daytime running lights, sunroof, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, leather trim, paddle shifters, 17-inch alloy wheels and more. The sat-nav system for the SLi will set you back for 1,000 AUD. The 2013 Cerato can be yours from 27,990 AUD.