- Buy a KIA Picanto before 31 December 2020, and get two free tanks of fuel every month for the first six months.
- Evergeen Picanto continues to offer excellent specification and value from START to SMART.
- Unbeatable peace of mind with an Unlimited kilometre / 5-year warranty and a standard 2-year / 30,000km service plan.
“As a brand, KIA Motors consistently strives to offer the best value for money,” says Stephen Crosse, Sales Director, KIA Motors South Africa. “The Picanto is recognised as one of the best cars you can buy in the highly-competitive A-segment, and by including six months worth of free fuel in the package, we’re extending the value proposition even further.”
Since its introduction in 2003, Picanto has been a perennial favourite in the KIA Motors model line-up. With funky styling surrounding city-friendly dimensions, the current Picanto – the third-generation model – offers the best value for money yet. Featuring the same award-winning build quality as all other KIA models, Picanto also offers its owners a comprehensive Unlimited Kilometre/5-year warranty, roadside assistance for the duration of the warranty, and a standard 2-year/30,000km service plan.
Renowned for having one of the best resale values in South Africa, there’s no arguing the compelling package the Picanto offers – strengthened for the remainder of 2020 with the inclusion of two free tanks of fuel for six months.
Let’s get it STARTed
The Picanto START is available with KIA’s trusted, reliable and fuel-efficient 1.0 MPI engine, with a choice of 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The three-cylinder engine produces 49 kW at 5 500 r/min and 96 Nm torque. At the entry point, the Picanto START offers a comprehensive array of standard comfort, convenience and safety features. Dual front airbags, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and ISOFIX child seat anchors are standard, as is power steering, an adjustable steering column, manual air-conditioning, as well as a radio with RDS and MP3 capability, Aux and USB connector jacks, Bluetooth connectivity and two speakers, to name but a few.
Word on the STREET
Using the Picanto START as a base, the STREET models also featured additional specification such as steering-wheel-mounted audio remote controls, remote central locking with an alarm and immobilizer, electric windows front and rear, electric heated side mirrors, driver’s seat height adjustment, as well as an infotainment system with an 8-inch colour touchscreen as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. STREET models are available with the same 49 kW, 1.0-litre MPI engine as the Picanto START, as well as KIA’s evergreen four-cylinder, 1.25-litre MPI engine (61 kW and 122 Nm of torque), with a choice between a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Always in STYLE
The Picanto STYLE features all the safety and convenience features of the Picanto STREET but presents buyers with a more stylish offering thanks to the addition of a leather-clad three-spoke steering wheel with audio remote controls and a leather-clad gear shifter. Side mirrors now feature integrated indicator lamps, and also gain electric folding capabilities. The Picanto STYLE also features 14-inch alloy wheels.
The SMART choice
With many luxury and convenience features that are often found only in cars priced much higher, the Picanto SMART offers a solution without compromise. Its funky LED daytime running lights, sporty alloy wheels, full-leather interior and standard sunroof sets it apart in the A-segment. The Picanto SMART is available with KIA’s trusted 61 kW, 122 Nm 1.2-litre MPI engine, with a choice of 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission.
The KIA Picanto range ships as standard with KIA’s industry-leading Unlimited Kilometre, 5-year warranty (inclusive of Roadside Assistance), as well as a 2-year / 30,000km service plan. Pricing and detailed specification is available from www.KIA.co.za.
*Fuel calculated at full tank capacity of 35 litres in a KIA Picanto, with cost per litre being R14,83 at two tanks per month. Please note that this is dependent on driver behaviour and the type of traffic customers travel in on a daily basis. ###