The modelRead full review
The Kia Stonic handles tidily, is well equipped and gets a great warranty, but there are plenty of other areas where it doesn’t shine. Many other small SUVs offer more space in the rear seats and in the boot, and are more refined, too.
The trimSee full equipment
Connect Trim builds on the entry-level 2 trim by adding 17in alloy wheels, two-tone paint, built-in sat-nav, privacy glass, keyless entry/start, climate control, forward collision-avoidance assistance, automatic front windscreen wipers and a reversing camera.
The engineSee full engine specs
This 1.0-litre petrol is the pick of the range, with mild-hybrid assistance that makes it ideal for sauntering about town or getting up to speed on motorways.
A dinky SUV that’s well priced and neatly packaged. Only...
Low price and roomy, but average to drive and not every versio...
The Stonic handles tidily and is well equipped, but it could b...
Good to drive, roomy inside and fairly affordable to own...