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Kia model guide

What Kia models are there?

Starting off the Kia range is the Picanto. This cute city car is a great choice for first-time buyers or urban commuters looking for a dependable model to tackle their congested commute. Inside, four adults can just about fit with enough boot space for a weekly food shop. Entry-level Picantos are very affordable but we’d consider spending a tiny bit more to get the tougher-looking X-Line model with chunky SUV-inspired styling details.

For buyers after slightly more room, the Ford-Fiesta-sized Kia Rio makes a great choice. This model gets plenty of neat optional features from larger Kia models such as heated seats, sat nav and even a heated steering wheel. The cabin is large enough for four adults to sit comfortably, with five squeezing in at a push, and the boot gets a handy boost in size over the Picanto.

Jumping one size further up, you get to the Ceed hatchback. This VW-Golf-rivalling model feels much more ‘grown-up’ inside than previous Ceeds thanks to a neat cabin design featuring good-quality materials. You also have the option of the Ceed Sportswagon estate, which adds a vast cargo area to this already tempting all-round package.

If you like the package offered by the Ceed but want something that looks slightly chunkier, the toughened up Xceed could be perfect for you. Inside, you’ll find minimal differences with the regular hatchback but, on the outside, the Xceed gets a slightly taller body, riding on taller suspension, giving the car an SUV-inspired look that helps it stand out.

Continuing Kia’s theme of somewhat butchering its car names, the Pro Ceed starts where the Ceed leaves off, but adds a handsome, sporty ‘Shooting Brake’ body shape – essentially halfway between an estate and a coupe. This gives the car a handsome profile while also giving you a decent amount of passenger and cargo space. Under the bonnet, you’ll find some of Kia’s more powerful petrol engines to underscore the Pro Ceed’s sporty credentials.


Which Kia models are SUVs?

Kicking off Kia’s SUV range is the Stonic, which sits halfway between the Rio hatchback and the larger Ceed in size. This means you get enough room to regularly carry rear-seat passengers, and parents will appreciate the slightly taller roofline that makes it easier to fit child seats. SUV-aping looks and practical roof rails help the Stonic stand out in the car park.

Next up is the Niro, sized halfway between the Stonic and the Sportage. It’s a better choice if you regularly carry passengers on the second row, with more room for passengers to stretch out. Electrification is the order of the day under the Niro’s bonnet, with hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric options available.

One of the slightly less conventional models in Kia’s lineup is the Soul. This part-SUV-part-MPV offers massive amounts of cabin space thanks to its van-like square dimensions. Petrol and diesel units used to be available but Kia now only sells the electric Soul EV in the UK, which we cover in more detail further down this page.

If you’re looking for a Kia to fit the family, take a look at the Sportage SUV. This model has exploded in popularity recently thanks to its tempting combination of a spacious cabin, efficient engines, and Kia’s reassuring seven-year warranty. The five-seat interior has plenty of room for adults to stretch out in every position and the boot is more than a match for any pushchairs or suitcases you might throw at it.

Sitting at the top of the Kia SUV range is the mighty Sorento. This model offers a huge, seven-seat cabin trimmed with the most plush materials in Kia’s catalogue. Folding the rearmost seats down reveals a vast boot but, fold the second row down too, and you’ll be competing with small vans for the amount of stuff you can carry back there. Strong diesel engine choices make this a great option for buyers that need to tow trailers.


Kia offers a long seven-year transferable warranty, giving you peace of mind long after you’ve bought your car. The likes of Repair Pal, JD Power and ReliabilityIndex have all awarded Kia various accolades for its reliability, which should give you plenty of confidence when choosing a used Kia.

Yes, Kia is starting to lean into its battery-powered model plan, with more due to arrive in the coming years. The range kicks off with the Soul EV, which blends an extremely practical platform with a 64kWh battery pack and strong 150kW motor, giving a range of up to 280 miles.

In its push upmarket, Kia has kept one eye firmly on its premium rivals. This has led to the launch of the stunning EV6 SUV hatchback which, with its plush cabin and powerful EV drivetrain, is aimed squarely at the likes of Tesla, and comes with a price tag to match. This is the sister car to the equally eye-catching Hyundai ioniq 5.

GDi is a Kia brand name for its petrol engines, with the acronym standing for Gasoline Direct injection. These engines aim to reduce fuel consumption while producing more power than the units they replaced. You might see some Kias equipped with T-GDi engines – this marks out Kia’s turbo petrol engines, which make even more power without the big mpg penalty commonly associated with adding performance.

Kias specified with CRDi engines are fuelled by diesel. The acronym stands for Common Rail Diesel injection. Kia’s CRDi units are a great choice for high-mileage drivers and those that might need to do some occasional towing.

DCT is what Kia calls its automatic gearbox, standing for Dual-Clutch Transmission. These autos combine the feeling and fuel efficiency of a manual, with the ease-of-use of an automatic.

ISG is offered across most of Kia’s lineup and is its name for stop-start technology. This stops the engine while you wait at traffic lights and junctions to reduce fuel consumption from wasteful idling. ISG stands for Intelligent Stop and Go.

Similar to Hyundai’s N Line or BMW’s M Sport, Kia offers a sporty trim level on its cars called GT-Line. This brings sporty styling touches such as black plastic details on the exterior and larger alloy wheels, along with deeper front and rear bumpers. GT-Line models let you experience the look and feel of a full-fat Kia GT model, without the thirsty engine and inflated price tag.

Connect is Kia’s brand name for its connected vehicle services. These can be interacted with by downloading the free smartphone app. Functions include the ability to remotely monitor vehicle status and maintenance, along with location services for finding your Kia if you’ve forgotten where your parking space is.

Yes you can! Every nearly new Kia sold by Motorpoint is offered with your choice of either hire purchase (HP) or personal contract purchase (PCP) finance.