This Car Review Is About: The baby of the current Kia range, Picanto. A pert five door hatch, Picanto is available in either S or GT-Line specification. It’s also one of the cheapest new cars currently available to buy in Australia.How Much Does It Cost?: Kia has the Picanto S, in manual transmission and 1.2L […]Read More 2021 Kia Picanto S Manual: Car Review.
Kia’s pert and perky Picanto has been given a mid-life update. There’s been a work-over to the exterior, some nice changes inside, and a new engine package. The Picanto line-up has as of June 2020 has four models, with the entry level S, GT-Line, X-Line, and GT. GT-Line and GT will have newly designed 16 […]Read More Small Car Class: Kia Picanto Upgraded.
What do you do to improve your baby city car? New wheels, some exterior garnishes, additional lighting and a cool exterior colour. What don’t you do to improve your baby city car? Give it more grunt and change the gearbox is what. And that’s exactly what you’ll find with Kia’s otherwise good looking Picanto GT-Line. […]Read More 2018 Kia Picanto GT-Line.
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.
City cars aren’t generally seen as a viable alternative to the medium and bigger cars here in Australia. There’s been attempts by big companies, such as the Mercedes-Benz backed smart car, which was more ridiculed than welcomed. There’s the slightly larger alternatives, such as the Mitsubishi Mirage and now Kia is now having a go, […]Read More 2016 Kia Picanto Si Auto: Car Review