Come this June when the Kia Cee’d goes on sale in UK, prepare to fork out £14,395. The new Kia will be offered with two new petrol as well as two additional diesel engines. For the petrol, there will be a 1.4-liter with 98bhp and another one at 1.6-liter with 133bhp. For the diesel engines, customers will have the choice of either a 89bhp 1.4-liter or a 1.6-liter engine with 126bhp and MSG Cars are able to offer a number of financial agreements including Car Finance For Bad Credit for those with adverse ratings.
The 1.4-liter petrol engines have a healthy fuel consumption figure of 47.1mpg whilst emitting 139g/km of CO2 emissions. The 1.6-liter petrol units can do 53.2mpg and whilst also emitting 124g/km of CO2.
The 1.4-liter diesel does 68.9mpg and emits 109g/km of CO2. The 1.6-liter CRDi diesel unit boasts 76.3 mpg, emitting a tax-free 97g/km CO2.
The Cee’d will have be offered in 5 different trim levels; 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4 Tech. It will be offered with two transmission options; a six-speed manual or a six-speed dual clutch automatic.
The Kia Cee’d is equipped with air-conditioning as standard (which should come standard in every car) as well as front electric windows, door mirrors, cooled glovebox, Bluetooth, iPod and USB connections as well as daytime running lights. Hill start assist is also a standard feature.
Moving up from the entry level, price for the mid-spec trim ‘2’ starts at £16,395 and is equipped with 16” alloy wheels together with rear center armrest inside for added comfort. All round electric windows also make for a nice feature together with speed limiter, cruise control and reversing sensors.
For £18,995, the trim level ‘3’ adds cool tinted windows, nifty rain-sensing wipers and dual-climate air-conditioning system. Inside, the ‘3’ trim adds a nice 7” touchscreen satellite navigation system connected to the reverse parking camera.
For nearly £2,000 more than the ‘3’, the ‘4’-trim will cost £20,595 and will be equipped with 17” alloy wheels, front seats clad in black leather, heated steering wheel, stop-start and electronic parking brake. The cream of the crop, ‘4 Tech’ trim is best for those who aren’t very astute drivers – equipped with ‘Parallel Parking Assist System’, this car ought to help you park in the stickiest situations. The ‘4 Tech’ is also equipped with adaptive Xenon front head lamps and panoramic sunroof.
I bet the Cee’d has so many features you never knew half of them existed. Still, it sounds like it could be a great car for or customers who need to find a lender that can cater for their circumstances with our Car Finance For Bad Credit.