Kia Picanto review

Category: City car

Section: Introduction

Kia Picanto 2021 Front 3/4 cornering
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Front 3/4 cornering
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Rear 3/4 tracking
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Dashboard
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Rear seats
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Infotainment screen
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Right tracking
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Front seats
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Boot
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Passenger door inner
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Gearlever
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Front 3/4 cornering
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Rear 3/4 tracking
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Dashboard
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Rear seats
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Infotainment screen
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Right tracking
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Front seats
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Boot
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Passenger door inner
  • Kia Picanto 2021 Gearlever
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Introduction

What Car? says...

The Kia Picanto has become something of a rarity. That’s because it's a dinky city car that runs on petrol at a time when most of its rivals have either gone electric or been removed from sale altogether.

Why? Well, there simply isn't as much profit for manufacturers in building 'value' petrol cars anymore. They'd rather you shelled out thousands more on a small SUV, like the excellent Ford Puma, or an electric car, such as the latest Fiat 500.

At a glance
New car deals
Save up to £884
Target Price from £10,841
Save up to £884
or from £138pm
Swipe to see used and leasing deals
Nearly new deals
From £9,490
Leasing deals
From £142pm
RRP price range £11,450 - £16,250
Number of trims (see all)7
Number of engines (see all)2
Available fuel types (which is best for you?)petrol
MPG range across all versions 53.3 - 60.1
Available doors options 5
Warranty 7
Company car tax at 20% (min/max) £562 / £897
Company car tax at 40% (min/max) £1,124 / £1,794
Available colours