Kia has revealed offers for five new cars it is launching, including free servicing deals, low finance rates and attractive deposit contributions.
All models come with three free services, while the firm’s new Ceed hatchback and estate variants come with a low 2.9 per cent APR rate. The Ceed is available from £149 per month over three years through Kia Finance’s PCP deal, alongside a £1,500 deposit contribution. This price gets you a ‘2’ spec car with the 118bhp 1.0-litre T-GDi petrol engine, with standard equipment including a seven-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a reversing camera and lane-keep assist.
For the Ceed Sportwagon (in the same spec as the hatch), customers can pay monthly instalments of £171 with the same deposit.
The Sportage and Optima are offered with a higher APR rate – 4.9 per cent – although that’s still less than the six per cent offered on average by many manufacturers.
Kia is offering a £1,000 deposit contribution on diesel derivatives of the Sportage, and £500 on petrol versions. Monthly payments start from £189 for an entry-level ‘1’ spec car with the 1.6-litre GDi petrol engine.
The largest deposit contribution is offered on the Optima, where £2,000 is being offered by dealers on both the Optima saloon and Sportwagon.
The offers are only valid on cars registered before September 30.
Other offers the South Korean manufacturer is currently running include £2,000 off the Picanto, Rio and Stonic when you trade in your old car through its scrappage scheme, as well as £1,000 off any Kia hybrid if you test drive one.
It’s worth remembering that all new Kias come with a class-leading seven-year warranty as well.