It’s a highly anticipated and hotly debated subject encapsulated in two words: Kia Stinger. Kia’s been drip teasing information in the lead up to the official launch in September of 2017 and we now know more about what this car has to offer the Australian motoring public, in three trim levels. Engine & Tranmission: It’s […]Read More 2018 Kia Stinger Details Released.
There’s small cars, and there’s micro cars, and those that sort of slot in between. Kia’s Picanto is a small car that defies its external size to offer a well packaged and uncommonly roomy interior, all the while looking like it would fit into the tray of a four wheel drive ute. A Wheel Thing […]Read More Car Review: 2017 Kia Picanto.
Car makers have a habit of badging a vehicle and calling it a Sports model. Holden did it with the SV6 Commodore, Ford’s Falcon XR6, Toyota with the Camry and Aurion…generally it’s cosmetic and that’s it. Kia has jumped on the sports wagon and added one to the Cerato family as the 2017 Kia Cerato […]Read More Car Review: 2017 Kia Cerato Sport.
Kia’s Sportage is one of the brands oldest nameplates for the Australian market. From its somewhat rough and ready, if competent, beginnings in the 1990s, it’s morphed into a handsome, bluff nosed, popular machine in the mid sized SUV market. Available in 2017 as a four trim level range, covering Si, Si Premium, SLi, and […]Read More Car Review: 2017 Kia Sportage Si Premium.
Kia’s Soul is one of those cars that slips under the radar for no really good reason. Who knows if it’s the perception of the brand or of the name or the look, but it’s grossly unfair to disregard this car. Full stop. Yes, it’s squarish. Yes, it looks somewhat odd, like the two or […]Read More Car Review: 2017 Kia Soul