The new Kia Venga is now available to buy. This stylish car was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September and was awarded the prestigious iF product design award.
The Kia Venga is available across Europe with a choice of seven engines two petrol and five diesels. Superminis are small and MPVs are practical but achieving both smallness and practicality together in the same car is quite a challenge.
The Kia Venga’s wheel-at-each-corner stance helps give the car a purposeful, bottom-heavy look out on the road. The bodywork tapers out towards the base of the vehicle and the side window line rises, curling up sharply at the rear. With the distinctive Kia grille and the high-mounted headlights, it goes to make the car a more distinctive sight than we’ve become used to in the small MPV sector.
LX, EX and TX trim levels are available on the Kia Venga with the entry-level LX featuring basics like electric windows, a CD stereo, the Fold & Dive seating system and a centre armrest. The car comes in a single five-door bodystyle with six-speed gearboxes for the more powerful diesels and five-speed versions for the petrol cars. Prices start at £12,000 on the road.