You have to admire the relentless method behind Kia's attack on the European market. Models in every niche, priced aggressively and of increasingly decent quality, and now with the C'eed a genuinely good car to worry the hell out of Volkswagen & Co. Korea is rising...
£14,705 - £19,000
Finally, Kia updates the Carens, and it's actually an honest, decent seven-seater MPV.
£14,395 - £23,595
Classy new version of Kia’s groundbreaking original Cee’d. Now snapping at the Golf’s heels
£14,965 - £18,830
Like a hatchback cee’d. But with a bigger boot. Which makes it even more practical and even more boring. You can guess which end of the head/heart spectrum this one’s at.
£19,595 - £24,495
Kia has always floundered in this sector, but no more. The Optima is good enough to forgive the so-so name...
£8,045 - £11,945
Make no mistake, with the latest Picanto proving to be genuinely accomplished, Kia means business.
£11,175 - £14,880
Great to look at, but those wanting a chassis to match the design will be left wanting - it's merely good to drive.
£9,995 - £14,895
The latest Kia Rio is more than good enough to give the class leaders something to worry about
£19,990 - £25,485
It’s good value, the Sedona, but pricier rivals do it better.
£26,495 - £35,095
Good, decent budget SUV that feels tough enough to last. Neither ground-breaking nor reprehensible, it's definitely worth a look.
£12,795 - £18,695
More stuff as standard than you can shake a stick at, this is the funky Kia Soul.
£17,300 - £27,195
A good-looking but dull crossover that’s Sportage in name only.
£11,595 - £16,975
Despite the nineties pop act name, this isn't a bad car at all. Sensible, affordable... and just a little bit dull.