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Kia deals and special-edition Carens

11 October 2007

Kia has launched two new offers on its Sedona MPV and Cee'd SW estate car and a special edition of its Carens MPV.

In July, Kia offered a free Carens to parents who have quintuplets - now it has created a similar offer for its Sedona seven-seat MPV.

It's offering £1000 off the list price if you have twins or £2500 off if you have quintuplets, and there's a free multimedia cinema system fitted, too.

If a Sedona is just a bit too big, there's a new special edition of the five-seat Carens. Called the Carens SR, it has a 138bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine with a six-speed gearbox.

Standard equipment includes a CD player with MP3 player, air-conditioning and six airbags.

The Carens SR comes with a five-year warranty and costs £12,995.

Finally, Kia is offering diesel versions of its Cee'd SW estate car for the same price as the petrol equivalent, giving savings of up to £1000.

If you specify the LS version, you'll get free parking sensors, too.

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