Kia announce new special offers | Car Talk - Car News Apr 2019


16:56 Tuesday 02 Apr 2019

Spring has well and truly sprung at Kia’s 191-strong network of UK retailers, who are now offering a range of special new deals.

Kia’s Scrappage Scheme now includes the best-selling Sportage and Venga models, which come with a saving of £2,500 when you trade in a car of 7-years or older for scrappage.  They join the Kia Stonic and Kia Picanto on the popular scheme, which carry an incentive of £2,500 and £2,000 respectively.

Another change sees the Kia Sorento offered on the same 2.9% PCP finance deal already available on the all-new Ceed, ProCeed, and Sportage.  The seven-seater SUV joins the 2.9% PCP deal with up to £3,000 deposit contribution available, and sees a new Sorento GT-Line 2.2 CRDi cost as little as £319 per month.  The Kia Sorento  GT-Line comes with sports-inspired detailing, leather upholstery, sat nav, smart key, engine start button and heated steering wheel as standard.

The award-winning Kia Stinger GT-Line 2.0 T-GDi 242bhp automatic is now available from £29,995, or from just £329 per month, while the rest of the Stinger line up is offered with a PCP deposit allowance of £2,500 and 5.9 per cent APR.

Kia’s spring offers are valid until the end of June 2019.  All models come with the manufacturer’s 7-year/100,000-mile warranty. 


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