Kia extends

scrappage offers

Kia Stonic, side action

KIA is extending its scrappage scheme to include the new Stonic compact SUV and the cee'd hatchback.

Previously the scrappage deal applied only to the Picanto and Rio models and means that buyers can now receive a price reduction of £2,000 on the four models when they trade in their old car of seven years or more for scrap.

The extension of the scrappage scheme is one of a number of offers being introduced by the Korean car maker which includes £1,000 off the price of hybrid models following a test drive.

Kia currently offers hybrid powertrains in its Niro, Optima and Optima Sportswagon models.

On the PCP front, Kia is now offering a deposit contribution of up to £1,500 on the Sportage and Stonic while on the newly-updated Sorento, customer savings of £1,000 are now offered for the first time. This is available on all models including the ‘GT-Line S' grade and versions equipped with the new eight-speed automatic gearbox.


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