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0% interest on a new Kia Sportage over 2 years (25 months) on Personal Contract Purchase via Kia Motors
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Posted 10th Oct 2020Posted 10th Oct 2020
0% interest on a new Kia Sportage over 2 years (25 months) on Personal Contract Purchase via Kia Motors£23,445
Many variants including a mild hybrid. The Sportage has good specs and not forgetting the industry winning 7 year Kia warranty. An example of finance options which I have entered a… Read more

The latest 5th generation Sportage has been leaked and due to be released this time next year. Don't bother with the current model unless prices come down and you don't mind an outgoing model/shape


Fair enough...Only going off what brokers offer and recent experience of helping my mum get a kia picanto. Perhaps Ezzer isn’t disclosing the full facts...he does need to protect his margins/commission after all ;)


You should ask Ezzer what his best discount is -he's a Kia Salesman. In my experience I can get 15% off a Golf and next to nowt off a Seat, a Skoda or a Hyundai. When you take that into account with the (usually) lower residuals, a lot of these cheaper marques aren't much cheaper at all for what you actually pay.


Agree with that, (certainly the bigger discounts off “premium” brands) but realistically still should be able to get circa 10% off this kia.


Yea ok, think we're on the same page. That extra contract ensures that the finance terms aren't broken, while also protecting the buyer. Sorry thought you were saying someone who has taken a PCP agreement owns the car.

Free Fire Tablet or £50 Chili Movie voucher when you book your next service before the end of October via Kia Motors
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Posted 5th Oct 2020Posted 5th Oct 2020
Free Fire Tablet or £50 Chili Movie voucher when you book your next service before the end of October via Kia Motors
...if you book your next service or purchase your next Kia Care service plan online before the end of October you will be able to choose one of our exclusive rewards.

Another good offer from Kia. I assume it's the 2019 Fire. Last year it was a free weekend away in a reasonable choice of pub type hotels. I think there were also further choice of spa treatments and something else.


i booked it yesterday at 1pm and after 5min I got a phone call that that booking is cancelled and no bookings available in October! Hendy Kia in Fernown. Wonder if its for real they have no appointmens? Its only beginning of october...


Booked mine in last week, will telephone them to cancel and rebook.


EXPERIENCE MORE TERMS AND CONDITIONS GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONSThese are the terms and conditions for the Kia Motors (UK) Limited (“Kia”) After Sales campaign. By participating in the offer, each entrant agrees to be bound by these conditions. • Offer starts 1st October and ends 31st October 2020 • Entries to the offer may only be made by any person: 1. A Kia owner 2. a resident in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland; • The following are not eligible to participate: 1. employees of Kia, or any company within the same group of companies as Kia, their agents or anyone else professionally associated with the offer and their families; 2. other persons assisting with this offer; 3. any person not being a natural person; 4. any syndicate or collection of persons acting in concert; 5. any person using the services of or which is an entity carrying on the business of entering (or advising on entering) competitions. • This offer is only valid for Kia Care service plans bought online or Kia servicing booked online via the Kia website pages • Kia reserves the right to withdraw this offer if: 1. The Kia Care service plan is cancelled with in the first 14 days 2. The Kia online service booking work is not completed by the chosen dealer. • Rewards on offer are a £50 CHILI e-gift or an Amazon Fire 7 tablet. Details of the individual offers are below. • Once you’ve booked a service online, you will be eligible to choose from the rewards on offer. You will receive details on how to choose your gift via email within 14 working days after booking a service online. • Once you’ve bought a Kia Care plan you will be eligible to choose from the rewards on offer. You will receive details on how to choose your gift via email within 20 working days after buying a Kia Care plan. • This promotion is operated in conjunction with The Marketing Lounge Partnership Ltd (MLP). Company number 06467245, The Cow Shed, Walnut Tree Farm, Lower Stretton, Cheshire WA4 4PG. • The rewards will be subject to the terms and conditions of the partnering entity which can be found below for each reward and do not have to be redeemed or accepted by the customer. • Once you receive your email from MLP to choose the gift there is a 30 day claiming window for the reward to be redeemed. • Kia accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of independent third parties involved in supplying or providing the gifts or any elements of the gifts available. • Events may occur that render this offer itself (or elements of it) impossible due to reasons beyond the control of Kia and the vehicle driver agrees that no liability shall be attached to Kia as a result thereof. • If you chose the Amazon Fire 7 tablet, you will be prompted to enter your preferred postal address. This will only be used to fulfill your gift, which will be sent by Royal Mail within 28 days of claiming. If you chose the £50 CHILI e-gift, this will be sent to the email address provided when booking your service, within 28 days of claiming. • No cash alternative available. • To fulfill this offer, Kia will collect personal information from you and pass details to MLP. Personal details will be processed by Kia and MLP for the sole purpose of the administration of this offer unless we have your consent for ongoing marketing and contact and will be in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. To find out more about the process of your data and your rights in relation to your personal data visit Kia privacy policy • Kia reserves the right to change, amend or withdraw this offer at any point in time. • This offer is provided by Kia, Walton Green, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 1FJ • All information is correct at the time of issue and may be subject to change. • Copyright 2020 Kia All Rights Reserved. This copyright is owned by Kia. Registered Office: Kia Motors (UK) Limited, Walton Green, Walton-On-Thames, Surrey, KT12 1FJ. • If you would like to get in touch with your Kia dealer or contact us about a general enquiry, please visit our website to do so, where you can also view our privacy policy, unsubscribe and manage your preferences at any time. Please note it may take up to 3 working days to process your unsubscribe request. £50 CHILI e-gift T&Cs: • The gift card must be activated on CHILI by 31.01.2021 and the credit needs to be used within 90 days from the activation date. • The promotional gift card codes give customers the opportunity to rent and/or purchase movies in all formats for an amount of £50 (excluding movies with STRAIGHT TO CHILI note in the poster). • The offer is open to both new and existing CHILI customers. • The promotional credit can only be used for Digital Rental and/or Digital Purchase of movies and TV Series. The credit cannot be used to purchase products from eStore. • Customers can only activate one code. Codes cannot be used in association with other promotions. • If the residual promotional credit is not enough to rent/purchase a movie, customers can pay the missing amount using one of the other payment methods available on CHILI. • Customers can watch their movie within 28 days from the point of selection and 48 hours from the first “play”. • Movies can be viewed either on CHILI website or via the CHILI app. • When redeeming a gift card code, customers must comply with the general terms and conditions general terms & conditions of CHILI. Amazon Fire 7 Tablet T&Cs: • One Fire Tablet 7 32GB tablet (colours may vary). The tablet includes a standard 1 year manufacturer's warranty. • Your gift will be delivered using Royal Mail Tracked 48 service; this will require a signature upon delivery. The gift will be delivered to the address provided on the claim form. • Any queries or problems with the Fire 7 Tablet, please call MLP on 01565 656 987 who will direct your enquiry accordingly. • No cash alternatives will be offered. • This offer is administered by MLP - The Cow Shed, Walnut Tree Farm, Lower Stretton, Cheshire, WA4 4PG. • is not a sponsor of this promotion.


Should be the other way round. Free kia when you book your tablet in for a service (lol)

Up to £3000 off brand new Kia with scrappage scheme (cars registered for 7 years and over only)
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Posted 8th Mar 2019Posted 8th Mar 2019
Up to £3000 off brand new Kia with scrappage scheme (cars registered for 7 years and over only)
Scrappage scheme if your old car has been registered over 7 years £2k off a picanto £2.5K off a Stonic £3k off a Niro Hybrid

Picanto is the best car in its segment. The Sandero is just a cheap car, built to a price - it is bigger though to be fair. No comparison between the two, honestly.


Man I want one. You lucky duck!


Cheapest PICANTO is £9720 on the road ( when the Government scrapage was around the cheapest was £6000 ) so with £2K off it is still £7720. I think a base model SANDERO is better value and cheaper without any scrappage as that is £6999 on the road.


Same here. Bought mine 2010 used pretty much daily, done 75K. Think it's £20 tax for me, about 45-50mpg with a heavy foot - 1.5CRDi. Interior is cheap plastic but mechanically a great little car and fun to drive. Haven't had any repairs to do other than consumables. Looking for a 7 seater for family now. Seat Alhambra is on at 0% at the moment but may wait to see what Brexit brings.


And I said already you don’t need to trade in your old car to get £3k scrappage discount. It’s just a gimmick

Kia Picanto 1 pcp £103.89 p/m x 60 months + £1200 up front = £7,433.40 @ Kia
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Posted 10th Nov 2018Posted 10th Nov 2018
Kia Picanto 1 pcp £103.89 p/m x 60 months + £1200 up front = £7,433.40 @ Kia£7,433.40£10,08826% off
I can’t see that anyone has mentioned so far the great scrappage scheme Kia are running at the moment. I just bought a basic Kia Picanto on 3y/10k miles finance do £1,200 upfront a… Read more
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Enough, but time is worth more than money, nobody wishes they’d spent more time at work in their final moments.


LOL! Clearly a LOT!!! 8) ;) LOOL!!!


I take your word for it, cars I pay for a mechanic to worry about, computers however, I get paid for my thoughts.


Speed is dependent on more than Memory ...... Slower car vs fastest car = £££££ .... But.... processing the acceleration and responsiveness of the memory CAN all things being equal - make an all round better combination given the price comparison of One vehicle (As an example) vs another - but both deliver you there..... Back to my POOR RAM and SPEC! For the price of a night out....... :)


Depends what you’re doing, sometimes slower means you can enjoy things more, but other things, like computers, speed really counts.

Free Google Cardboard @ Kia
Posted 4th May 2017Posted 4th May 2017
Free Google Cardboard @ Kia
Kia are giving away a free Google Cardboard to celebrate the release of a new car. To get your free viewer: Click on the VR button below the picture of the car Click on I would l… Read more

"Every chip I eat will strengthen my hand in the negotiations with Brussels. If you see anyone else eating a chip, they are undermining their country’s future. Only I get to eat chips. No one else. And don’t forget, in Brussels, they put mayonnaise on these, the sick, disgusting perverts." "See this gob. It doesn’t just mouth the words strong and stable leadership over and over and over again. No it doesn’t. It’s going to bloody eat you. That’s what’s happening here."


Sorry to be "that person" but FAQ says they will only ship to US! This had heat all over it if not. I blame the bureaucrats in Brussels for this mess


Will you actually receive one though as the link takes you to the US site not the UK one, uk site doesn't list the free cardboard.


US only?

Brand New Kia Cee'd 5 door, 7 year warranty, £11497! @ Kia - DUNFERMLINE
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Posted 23rd Jan 2017Posted 23rd Jan 2017
Brand New Kia Cee'd 5 door, 7 year warranty, £11497! @ Kia - DUNFERMLINE£11,497
Kia Cee'd hatchback mid size family car, SR-7 spec 1.4 petrol so no need to worry about problems of a modern diesel 7 year warranty lots of spec including air con and Brand New… Read more
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When did I ever say one couldn't cancel a financial agreement? Read what I wrote. I wrote that you wouldn't be able to cancel a financial agreement in order to take advantage of incentives. That is deception whether you accept that or not. Now we cross into fraud. Excellent! That's how business works. They will give you the 'incentive' of a discount, masked by a higher interest rate. Why would they give you the discount rate as a cash price? It's the same when they offer you a price for your part-exchange. I don't take finance on anything. If I can't afford to have it, I don't have it. I'm not vain. Then you don't understand the law. Shops don't have to sell anything to you if they don't want to, regardless of price. Yet deliberately misleading you is criminal. That's the difference. I hope you've learned something today. 8)


^going off your previous comments, you didn't know you could cancel a financial agreement within cooling off period without a heavy penalty. Backpedalling when you're wrong again - not your first time. Playing the system's established rules in a completely lawful way is not deception. Some friendly salepeople (not many) even suggest doing it, if getting the incentive is what it takes to clinch a sale. It seems more distasteful to dangle a financial carrot that when taken in the way they want you to will cost you 3x more than the incentive in interest, and they're charging twice the rate of a high street loan. So by your code of ethics, how long should you maintain the finance in order to sleep at night, having had the incentives? 2 months? 12 months? Full term? People here who jump on a misprice here are obviously also deceptive, and the money saving expert must be the biggest crook around for suggesting it.


Not really no. I know you have every right to cancel a financial agreement. What I was referring to was that you are intentionally taking out finance, in order to cancel it, in order to obtain the dealer contribution offered. That is definitely deception - whether you want to wash it as you being smart or abusing the system.


Buying this car is irrelevant - I wouldn't touch this car with a barge pole as the household's primary car, I like hot hatches. I only buy new on cars I want, if their residuals are so good the price they charge for a new one under achievable discount is similar to what a nearly new one is sold for e.g. If I wanted a Ford (not RS), Renault, Vauxhall, i'd buy an 18 month old one for 1/2 RRP. If I wanted a hot hatch VW Golf/Audi A3 i'd buy new for 12-15% discount rather than a year old one for 80% of RRP. You have every right to cancel a finance agreement within 14 days (it is enshrined in consumer law) - you would still have to pay for the car by other means, cancelling the finance doesn't allow you to just hand the car back within 14 days and say you changed your mind. It is not deception to do this. When you cancel your finance, they work out interest based on the time you took the loan out to the time you requested cancellation and a settlement figure. If you collect the car on finance on Tuesday and request a cancellation on Wednesday on a £12k car that has a £1k manufacturer/dealer deposit contribution (effectively making it £11k finance balance) and it has a 6% APR rate attached to the finance, you pay 1 day's interest at the 6% rate on the balance, which would be somewhere in the region of £1.81. They cannot charge you anything other than interest accrued when you cancel within the cooling off period. Plenty of people do this (who either have the cash to buy the car outright or have a cheaper loan waiting in the wings), it is perfectly legal to do so, and not dishonest. Car salespeople don't like you doing this as they won't get their kickback from the finance agreement if you do it. The car finance companies know the risk of the consumer doing this and know they have every right to do it, but hope you won't. Car companies can make more money from the finance than the car itself, and when 1/3 of the monthly PCP cost can be interest, isn't that a bit much? If you go to settle finance outside the 14 day finance cooling off period, there will be early settlement penalties - usually 2 months penalty interest and perhaps a small (£50-100) agreement closure "option to buy" fee. You would still keep the incentives though. My Golf R didn't come with incentives when I bought it, so no need to go through finance, but if I were buying again now with £2k deposit contribution, i'd do it and pay off outright the next day. I hope you've learned something today.


No stock.

Kia Picanto 1 Air £6795 at Wessex Kia, Gloucester.
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Posted 16th Sep 2016Posted 16th Sep 2016
Kia Picanto 1 Air £6795 at Wessex Kia, Gloucester.£6,795
My first car!! And my first post, so be kind. Apparently this is a runout model as the specs have been refreshed for 2016. New 5 door car with aircon and long warranty. Metallic pa… Read more
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No,there are no better cars out there at this price point.


Any suggestions as to these better cars ?


What are you not an expert in.


It's an excellent first car you're very lucky we'll done. PS don't listen to the VanityWagon sceptics.


Could that be a pre-registered one? Might be good to point out that Kia's still come with a 7 year warranty. 7 Years of trouble-free driving.

Kia ceed used approved 3yr £8000 finance at 0%
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Posted 11th Dec 2014Posted 11th Dec 2014
Kia ceed used approved 3yr £8000 finance at 0%£8,000
Not really sure this is a deal, but sounds like a good offer to me so thought I'd share All used approved Kia ceed range inc pro ceed & sportswagon, are offering £8k 0% financ… Read more

runs til end of march


Sorry. Found It =)


Hi, where did you find this offer. Looking all over the website and cant find anything about it?


Heat op. Good deal x

Thats just the example, click on the find a car link, filter on approved used, and there are 3 just under 11k, so only a 3k deposit I appreciate the deal isn't for everyone, but not a bad finance deal for anybody looking for a nearly new ceed

Kia Picanto VR7 1.0 5 door - £8995 (possibly £400 less)
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Posted 4th Feb 2014Posted 4th Feb 2014
Kia Picanto VR7 1.0 5 door - £8995 (possibly £400 less)£8,995
Okay, reasons why you wouldn't buy this car... It's ugly. It's got a weedy engine. It's only got 3 cylinders. It's a granny car. It's not a Beemer. It's not even a 5 year old Beem… Read more

I know this is a dead post but I thought I'd do a quickie update just in case anyone thinking of buying a Picanto stumbles on this... Okay, so the car is now 18 months old and has covered just over 10,000 miles. Average fuel economy over that time has been 55.9 mpg (according to the trip computer it's 59.1 mpg but that's too optimistic and doesn't tally with what actually goes in the tank). Nothing has gone wrong with the car. The 1 year service was done without fuss and effectively cost me £33.33 under the three services for £100 deal. Kia didn't try and stiff me for 'extras' like changing the pollen filter which was good. Fully comprehensive insurance for the Picanto is costing me £140 a year (from M&S) and UK recovery and breakdown about £22 (from Start Rescue). There's currently no road tax to pay. So excluding depreciation, the car is costing me roughly 11.5p/mile which is pretty good. Yes the car's looks are a bit strange and yes it really doesn't like going up hills but 97% of the time is sits on the drive doing nothing so who cares? Overall I'm pleased I opted for the Picanto and am glad I ignored the car magazine reviews which frankly talk a lot of drivel. I've come to the conclusion that Kia are the 'new Toyota' in that they offer sensible cars at sensible prices to sensible customers. So that's a thumbs up from me then!


This post is dead but just in case anyone's interested, after 1,500 miles my Picanto's averaging 57.5 mpg. Not great but not bad either...


Thats the one but it is only that on the Skoda website. It is £8995 everywhere if you actually look or use the search function on here. It is a dam sight better engine than the 1.0 in this. Comes with a full 3 year warranty, 3 year breakdown. The servicing package is included with the finance and works out better than a personal loan depending how much you need. You will also find that if you have a good credit score you will get the APR much lower (got 5.3% last year on a VRS with the servicing deal and then paid off the finance after a week and still get the servicing.) so would hardly say exorbitant. You also fail to mention the breakdown cover and much more limited warranty in the OP?


Is this the same Fabia Reaction which is advertised at £9,690 on-the-road (so higher price), costs £105 a year in road tax, has worse fuel efficiency from an ancient VW engine, comes with a limited 3 year warranty and only qualifies for free 3 year servicing if you take out the exorbitant 7.9% APR finance deal??


Can get a fabia reaction for the same price. Larger car, bigger engine, higher residuals. Better value for money.

Kia Picanto 2 in Breeze Blue - inc 7 year warranty - £8472 (collect from York) or £8570 (delivery to your home)
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Posted 15th Sep 2013Posted 15th Sep 2013
Kia Picanto 2 in Breeze Blue - inc 7 year warranty - £8472 (collect from York) or £8570 (delivery to your home)£8,472
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 direc… Read more

What am I wrong about? How does auto door locking hinder your life? To the majority of drivers it's a benefit and a simple but effective safety feature.


You are determined to have the last word even though you are so wrong, so you can have it.


Auto door locking would be even more important living in Spain. Even if you do lock your doors every time you pull away, having it as an auto feature removes the minor chance of you one day forgetting. It's a none issue, much the same as the fridge light turning off when you close the door, yes you could use a torch but why would anyone.


Why the hell would I want auto lock doors if I do it myself before moving off Dummy they are already locked or can't you grasp that. And TBF I have nothing against Kia cars except their rise towards the Ford Vauxhall prices. As for Dacia nearly every person I pick up from the airport or take there comments on the comfort and the quality for the price and most people have seen the adverts on the telly and expect Lada quality and can't believe the price I paid. £12,000 for a car as big in volume as an Octavia Estate and pulls like a 1.9 diesel even though it is only a 1.5 diesel with 80BHP, and I do know because I used to own an Octavia 1.9 Estate.


Still doesn't explain why you wouldn't auto locking doors, guess you're just nick-picking at the car. TBF I probably would too if I drove a Dacia. ;)