Used Kia Picanto Cars For Sale
The Kia Picanto is a compact hatchback with bags of personality. With the first model coming onto the market back in 2004, the South Korean manufacturers have been hard at work refining the stylish design and enhancing the performance of this budget-friendly car. Check out the Kia Picanto range available from our reputable second-hand dealers below.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £209.89, with a Final Payment of £210.89, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,594.40. Total Cost of Credit £3,594.40. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 5.19%. Representative APR 9.90%.
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How Much is a Kia Picanto?
A new Kia Picanto will set you back at least £10,000, with sleek models such as the GT-Line and X-Line priced as high as £15,000. There’s also the ‘limited edition’ Picanto Zest and Titanium Edition, each priced at £12,675. Or, you might save yourself some money in the purchase of a used model.
What Insurance Group is the Kia Picanto in?
Although prices vary, the Kia Picanto is generally a cheap car to insure. Models featuring the 1.0L engine fall under insurance group 4, while those kitted out with the more powerful 1.25L come under group 8. The highest premiums will be charged to drivers of the GT-Line. It’s worth taking a little time to research the insurance options.
What’s the Kia Picanto’s Max Speed?
The compact and lightweight Kia Picanto is an absolute pleasure to drive. With the ability to handle rural and urban roads, the 1.0L model has a recorded 0-60mph time of 13.8 seconds and a top speed of 100mph. Those drivers wanting a little more oomph may opt for the GT-Line, given its top speed of 111.8mph.
What’s the Kia Picanto’s Road Tax?
The affordability of the Kia Picanto extends from the list price to the fuel and extra consumables. There is a standard annual road tax charge of £150 across the range.
What is the Kia Picanto’s mpg?
The 1.0L Kia Picanto emits 128g/km and returns 50.4mpg according to WLTP testing. However, you can expect more miles per gallon from the 4 seater version. The GT-Line will give you a return of 48-50mpg, depending on the equipment grade selection.
What are the Most Popular Trim Versions of Used Kia Picanto Cars?
Kia Picanto 1 – The Kia Picanto 1 trim is a great choice if you want a no frills, quality small car. The Picanto 1 car comes with automatic lights, a trip computer, remote central locking, a passenger vanity mirror, an AM/FM stereo with two speakers, automatic lights, and electric front windows. This small goes from 0-60 in just over 14 seconds. A brand-new Kia Picanto 1 has an RRP of £9,395, but you could drive away today with a better deal on a second-hand Kia Picanto 1 from one of our UK based used car dealerships.
Kia Picanto 2 – Upgrading to a Picanto 2 gives you more than the basic Picanto 1 trim. The upgrades include 14-inch alloy wheels, four stereo speakers, electrically adjustable door mirrors, air-con, all-round electric windows and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. For the upgrade you can expect to pay £10,750 for a brand-new model, but by shopping with one of our UK car dealerships you could grab yourself a better deal. This small car has a top speed of 100 MPH.