The 2016 Kia Picanto is now available for order in the United Kingdom where the cheapest version can be yours from 8, 345 GBP.
After being introduced at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the Kia Picanto facelift is now introduced in the United Kingdom, where customers can order it in five trim levels, the 1, the SR7, the 2, the 3 and the 4. There is also a 1 Air which is adding the air conditioning to the entry-level specifications. Kia says that the cheapest variant has remote central locking, tinted glass, four electric windows and 60/40 split folding rear seats, amongst others. The SR7 has replaced the VR7 and it is adding the steering wheel mounted controls, the air conditioning, electric front windows, Bluetooth, USB, rear parking sensors and so on.
The 2 is bringing AUX, Bluetooth, USB, heated front mirrors, automatic air conditioning, front fog lights and 14-inch alloy wheels, while the 3 is adding the LED daytime running lights, 15-inch alloy wheels, remote audio controls on the steering wheel, an upgraded six-speaker audio system, heated front seats and an upgraded instrument cluster. Last but not least, the top of the line 4 has keyless entry and keyless go, cruise control, heated steering wheel and an electric sunroof. The revised 1.0 liter MPI petrol is found under the hood of the model, with 69 HP and there is also a 1.25 liter four-cylinder unit. The entry-level Picanto costs 8,345 GBP and it can go up to 12,545 GBP.