Kia Picanto 2 in Breeze Blue - inc 7 year warranty - £8472 (collect from York) or £8570 (delivery to your home)
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Kia Picanto 2 in Breeze Blue - inc 7 year warranty - £8472 (collect from York) or £8570 (delivery to your home)

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Found 15th Sep 2013
Hello all

This deal is the price we have paid for my grans new Kia Picanto 2.

This is significantly cheaper than anyone else I can find (even drivethedeal) and will deliver directly to my NANs door on the back of a trailer.

My local garage negotiated down to £9100.

This is what we were offered:-
Kia Picanto 2 1.0 5dr in blue breeze, free car mats, delivered to us early October on a transporter, cost £8570 add £299 if you require the care 3 service package (annual services for 3 years)

A £300.00 deposit is required to order the car, balance payable on delivery.

The Garage was:-

Kia North Yorkshire
Piercy End
Kirkbymoorside
York
North Yorkshire YO62 6DG

Contact Stuart on 01751 430576 or sales@ryedalegarages.co.uk

Hope some find useful.

All being well they will offer this to others as well

Thanks all

76 Comments

Original Poster

£8472 is collect

Original Poster

Someone straight on with the cold vote :-)
£1500 off RRP and appears to be the cheapest can purchase for ....

Great if you after small new car. Hot from me.

Banned

Or wait 3 years and buy it second hand for £2500

artcheezzz

Or wait 3 years and buy it second hand for £2500



What a useless and utterly pointless remark.
We are talking about a new car deal here. We
are NOT discussing how to travel without a car
for 3 years and then to buy a 3 year old car.
A great deal. Hot and thanks for the post.

Edited by: "gluke21" 15th Sep 2013

It seems to be a good deal, so therefore voted hot

If it is £1500 off then a great deal for such a cheap car with a 7 year warranty. I hope they include all the brittle plastic bits in their warranty.

ideal for a Nan but the What Car review puts me off

" You need to thrash the 1.0-litre mercilessly to pick up speed, and even then it feels painfully slow "

I smell self promotion .........

In-laws had the older 09 model picanto 1litre, they sold it to me, and bought the newer one above. They have now ditched that for a 1.5 Rio because in his words "wasn't as nippy as the old picanto"

hajj_3

Poor mpg of 67mpg compared to 72-88mpg from volkswagen up!, seat mii and … Poor mpg of 67mpg compared to 72-88mpg from volkswagen up!, seat mii and skoda citigo. Kia's reliability is a disaster.



and how much are those cars compared to this one?

splatsplatsplat

and how much are those cars compared to this one?



Skoda Citigo - £7990
Volkswagen Up! - £8185
Seat Mii - £8005

Btw, i messed up on the mpg, those that i quoted were for the more expensive diesel versions of the cars which costs more. Skoda citigo was voted What Car's city car of the year £9-10k 2013: youtube.com/wat…LYk

Each of these 3 cars are the same, same under carriage, same engine, they are made at the same factory in romania i think. The Seat apparently is the best according to reviewers due to better gadgets and better quality interior.

These 3 cars all get 5 stars on the euro ncap safety test, the kia picanto 1 gets 4 stars, picanto 2 hasn't been tested, not yet anyway.
Edited by: "hajj_3" 15th Sep 2013

Skoda Citigo - £7990
Volkswagen Up! - £8185
Seat Mii - £8005[/quote]

I would buy for the 7 year warranty. Not sure what warranty is on the above cars.

sreddar

If it is £1500 off then a great deal for such a cheap car with a 7 year … If it is £1500 off then a great deal for such a cheap car with a 7 year warranty. I hope they include all the brittle plastic bits in their warranty.



I drive a Hyundai and have done for that last 14 years.
I think that Hyundai are Kia s parent company, and believe me, even if a 'brittle plastic bit' breaks it will be replaced.

I have had 3 Hyundai cars in those 14 years and the warranty is superb. If a car developes a fault, which has been pretty rare in my case, it has been fixed for free, with no questions asked.

Hyundai offer a 5 year unlimited mileage warrany and I think that Kia s is 7 years with a 100,000 mile limit. The final 2 of the 7 year Kia warranty is powertrain only.
Try and get a 5 year unlimited mileage, manufacturers warranty, on a Merc or a BMW which may cost 4 or 5 times more that a Hyundai or a Kia!
Hyundai or Kia all the way for me
Edited by: "poisondwarf" 15th Sep 2013

£299 for 3 years servicing is very good, 2nd service would cost near this. Shame the scrappage scheme days have gone, when you could pick one up for 5K & an old banger.

I'd go for the Volkswagen for build quality and resale value.

Nice deal if you want to spoil your A* 17 yr old with a first car

buckfast67uk

Nice deal if you want to spoil your A* 17 yr old with a first car



I wouldn't. I also hope that the government raises the age you can pass your driving licence to 21. Yes it might and probably would have a negative economic effect, but the insurance companies risk evaluation reflects the fact that many people under 25 are at risk of reckless driving. Having said that I'm 42 and can be accused of that, so I'm an idiot too, fortunately many people of my age are responsible drivers.

annedawso

Skoda Citigo - £7990Volkswagen Up! - £8185Seat Mii - £8005



I would buy for the 7 year warranty. Not sure what warranty is on the above cars.[/quote]

The others have 3yrs warranty but you get get 5yr warranty for £269 on the skoda and seat mii, £495 on the volkwagen,

The reliability of kia cars on a reliability table i saw a few months ago was terrible, after those 7yrs are up you could be in a world of pain. I'd choose the Seat Mii personally.

If needs must, better to get a Picanto 1 for under £7k new as I cannot justify spending that extra £1.5k for just alloys, Bluetooth. aircon and electric windows/mirrors.

If anything you'll get better value in buying a new Dacia Sandero: bigger car, for less.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 15th Sep 2013

fishmaster

I wouldn't. I also hope that the government raises the age you can pass … I wouldn't. I also hope that the government raises the age you can pass your driving licence to 21. Yes it might and probably would have a negative economic effect, but the insurance companies risk evaluation reflects the fact that many people under 25 are at risk of reckless driving. Having said that I'm 42 and can be accused of that, so I'm an idiot too, fortunately many people of my age are responsible drivers.



You would rather our economy be ruined so that your insurance costs went down a little? What have you been smoking?

hajj_3

You would rather our economy be ruined so that your insurance costs went … You would rather our economy be ruined so that your insurance costs went down a little? What have you been smoking?



No I'd rather there were less deaths on the road caused by drivers under 25, I'd also be worried about what they'd been smoking.

artcheezzz

Or wait 3 years and buy it second hand for £2500



Where from?

The ones on auto trader for £2500 all seem to be 2005 or 2006 cars.
The only cheap 2010 car for under £3k is a write off.
It's more like £4k+ for one that hasn't done lots of miles.

That might be a decent deal for some people but its not a meaningful comparison here.

surprised as I checked picanto about three years ago and it was about £4k new?

Banned

Dr Zoidberg

Where from? The ones on auto trader for £2500 all seem to be 2005 or 2006 … Where from? The ones on auto trader for £2500 all seem to be 2005 or 2006 cars. The only cheap 2010 car for under £3k is a write off. It's more like £4k+ for one that hasn't done lots of miles. That might be a decent deal for some people but its not a meaningful comparison here.



£3500
Its not a point how for how much exactly you can find it, its simply not worth it in my eyes.
I`m would rather buy merc for £5000 07 plate and other £3k "overpay" for insurance and tax and avoid shame to drive that kind of car... And after 3 years still will get more £ for merc than you would get for these cars...
That`s just me, and my opinion.
Good price for a car, if you can call a car.
Edited by: "artcheezzz" 15th Sep 2013

I remember when Kia used to make cheap cars - you can get a brand new, not pre reg yaris for a few hundred more than this at Toyota Derby, and it will still be worth something in 3 years time. If you have your heart set on a Picanto, go for it, it isn't a bad car at all, its just its approaching price territory of better ones nowadays. In 10 years time, no doubt Dacia range will be the same price as the VW and ford equivalents.

If you want a brand new, small practical cheap car, then see if you can still get a brand new Panda for under £6k.

Banned

annedawso

Skoda Citigo - £7990Volkswagen Up! - £8185Seat Mii - £8005





VW and skoda is the same car, just different badge.
Edited by: "douglas13" 15th Sep 2013

InTheKnow444

I'd go for the Volkswagen for build quality and resale value.



That was once upon a time in the 80's, nowadays build quality on VW's are a joke, lots of common problems with electrics and engine. I drive an Audi, lovely car but I've had my fair share of common electric and engine problems.

douglas13

VW and skoda is the same car, just different badge.



Same as Seat, Audi, Bentley and Lamborghini, they are all exactly the same. Skoda used to use all the 2 year old VW platforms and use a different body shape, instruments, materials, and tuning.

artcheezzz

Or wait 3 years and buy it second hand for £2500

haha epic

Too many car snobs, seems a decent deal, they are a rip-off to begin with.
Most new cars are worth considerably less the second they leave the forecourt..
Edited by: "sayitasitis" 15th Sep 2013

Original Poster

Smell away feeder. You'll see from my random deal postings that I don't work for Kia. My postings are for a variety of items.
It's just a very good price.
Regarding residuals. Looking at 2 year old models with 16 odd thousand miles for £6k. Pretty good residuals
Kia have come on leaps and bounds

artcheezzz

£3500Its not a point how for how much exactly you can find it, its simply … £3500Its not a point how for how much exactly you can find it, its simply not worth it in my eyes.I`m would rather buy merc for £5000 07 plate and other £3k "overpay" for insurance and tax and avoid shame to drive that kind of car... And after 3 years still will get more £ for merc than you would get for these cars... That`s just me, and my opinion. Good price for a car, if you can call a car.


That's not 3 years old or £2500 or the same spec or even the same MK.

You may as well have linked to this
ebay.co.uk/itm…557

poisondwarf

I drive a Hyundai and have done for that last 14 years.I think that … I drive a Hyundai and have done for that last 14 years.I think that Hyundai are Kia s parent company, and believe me, even if a 'brittle plastic bit' breaks it will be replaced. I have had 3 Hyundai cars in those 14 years and the warranty is superb. If a car developes a fault, which has been pretty rare in my case, it has been fixed for free, with no questions asked.Hyundai offer a 5 year unlimited mileage warrany and I think that Kia s is 7 years with a 100,000 mile limit. The final 2 of the 7 year Kia warranty is powertrain only. Try and get a 5 year unlimited mileage, manufacturers warranty, on a Merc or a BMW which may cost 4 or 5 times more that a Hyundai or a Kia!Hyundai or Kia all the way for me



That's not actually true about the powertrain, weirdly I've heard it a couple of times before and that was also from Hyundai owners. I'm beginning to suspect Hyundai salesman are spreading the rumour.
Edited by: "oddballjamie" 16th Sep 2013

oddballjamie

That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a … That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a couple of times before and that was also from Hyundai owners. I'm beginning to suspect Hyundai salesman are spreading the rumour.


oddballjamie

That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a … That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a couple of times before and that was also from Hyundai owners. I'm beginning to suspect Hyundai salesman are spreading the rumour.


oddballjamie

That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a … That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a couple of times before and that was also from Hyundai owners. I'm beginning to suspect Hyundai salesman are spreading That's not actually true about the drive train, weirdly I've heard it a couple of times before and that was also from Hyundai owners. I'm beginning to suspect Hyundai salesman are spreading the rumour.



Always read the small print! My friend bought a new Focus few years back and in its second year the rear light cluster started to mist in winter. He took it to the dealers who told him only the major parts such as gearbox, suspension and engine are covered for the second and third year of the warranty. He wasn't told that when the salesman shook on the deal!

Buy the 1.2 version of this car if you are going to buy one.

Or buy a Hyundai i10 for a lot less money.

sterlingdeal

Always read the small print! My friend bought a new Focus few years back … Always read the small print! My friend bought a new Focus few years back and in its second year the rear light cluster started to mist in winter. He took it to the dealers who told him only the major parts such as gearbox, suspension and engine are covered for the second and third year of the warranty. He wasn't told that when the salesman shook on the deal!



What has a Ford Warranty got to do with this car?

Banned

oddballjamie

That's not 3 years old or £2500 or the same spec or even the same MK.You … That's not 3 years old or £2500 or the same spec or even the same MK.You may as well have linked to thishttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mercedes-E320-Cdi-/230997858684?nma=true&si=ZKA4Mo7ZVsMGQFYTw73t3lSAlqA%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557



Rather drive 13 years old merc than this can for 8k

sterlingdeal

Always read the small print! My friend bought a new Focus few years back … Always read the small print! My friend bought a new Focus few years back and in its second year the rear light cluster started to mist in winter. He took it to the dealers who told him only the major parts such as gearbox, suspension and engine are covered for the second and third year of the warranty. He wasn't told that when the salesman shook on the deal!


Wow you really like to quote.

Anyway feel free to have a look at KIAs Q&A
kia.co.uk/new…spx

BTW I'm not surprised to hear Ford shying away from warranty repairs, although a misted up light isn't exactly difficult to sort out, nothing a hair dryer and a tube of silicon wouldn't fix.

artcheezzz

Rather drive 13 years old merc than this can for 8k



I'm pleased for you, I truly am.

But if that's true, why are you checking out new Kia deals?
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