2017 Kia Cerato gets more style and sophistication
When we sampled the Kia Cerato last year, we found it to be a very comfortable, relatively refined but slightly bland. In a move to inject the 2017 Kia Cerato with more flair and quality, Kia have given their small car range a moderate makeover.
There are new raked headlights at the front and there higher quality and softer touch surfaces inside the cabin.
This time around we’re testing the mid-spec Kia Cerato S Premium, which offers satellite navigation, a reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors as standard, not bad value for $24,990 plus on road costs.
The changes to the cabin seem minimal, but they certainly elevate the level of quality and remind us of the Cerato’s mass appeal and that new front end distinguishes the Cerato in traffic.
UPDATE – read the review of 2017 Kia Cerato