Kia has updated its popular Picanto and Rio cars, adding an additional three equipment grades.
The entry-level Picanto, ‘1 Air’, starts at just £8,545, but now benefits from Bluetooth connectivity and a leather-trimmed steering wheel.
Slotting in above the ‘1 Air’ and replacing the old ‘SR7’ grade comes the ‘SE’. Starting at £10,395, the ‘SE’ incorporates automatic air conditioning and an engine stop/start system. Although the lowest-priced version comes with a manual gearbox, an automatic can be specified for an additional cost.
Sitting at the top of the range is the ‘Sport’, which incorporates sharper looks and a twin-tipped exhaust pipe. As well as 15-inch alloy wheels, the ‘Sport’ is treated to an exclusive paintwork of either red, black or white.