It’s come to the attention of the all new #MotorMartinCarNews desk that Kia Motors (UK) Ltd is starting the year with an extensive range of offers across its model line-up, from finance deals across many models through to free home charging points and installation for its EV and PHEV models. The headline offer is the SUV Event – showcasing Kia’s range of SUVs across its 191-strong dealer network in January.
Kia Motors (UK) Ltd have explained to MotorMartin that their Kia Care-3 is available free of charge for customers looking to purchase a new SUV on orders taken between 1 and 31 January 2018 and registered by 31 March 2018. Models available in the SUV Event include the Stonic, Sorento, Niro and All-New Niro PHEV as well as the Sportage, Soul and Soul EV.
The recently launched Sorento, offering a range of upgrades, has a £2,000 deposit contribution towards PCP. The other models included in the SUV event have deposit allowances starting from £500 up to £3,000 – model dependent. In addition, all are available with competitive finance options throughout the quarter, with 4.9 per cent APR.
The popular Kia Scrappage Scheme is also being extended into 2018. A £2,000 scrappage bonus is available on the All-New Picanto and Rio to motorists who are trading in their previous seven year or older vehicle. The bonus is available with 4.9 per cent APR finance but is in lieu of all other offers and on retail sales only.
For customers wanting to ‘go green’ and buy a Soul EV, Niro PHEV or Optima PHEV, Kia have confirmed to MotorMartin that they are offering a free home charging point and standard installation at no cost, an excellent idea in MotorMartin’s opinion – ensuring that your car is fully charged when you need it.
For customers who cannot decide between the Optima Saloon and the Sportswagon, a free upgrade is available, making both cars the same on-the-road price, starting from only £22,455. Further benefits include 4.9 per cent APR with a £1,000 deposit contribution towards PCP.
Best get down to your local Kia dealer then.
Where will you go?