What used Kia Stonic estate will I get for my budget?
Prices for a Kia Stonic at the time of writing start at £10,000 for a 2017 example that's covered 30,000 miles or less. You'll need to spend around £1500 more to get a similar age and mileage diesel Stonic because there are fewer of them.
A Stonic with the latest mild-hybrid engine will set you back at least £18,000, which is still a useful £3000 saving over its list price.
To keep up to date with used Stonic prices, use our free valuation tool to make sure you are getting the best deal.
How much does it cost to run a Kia Stonic estate?
A Stonic won’t be quite as economical as its main rival, the Seat Arona, but it will be competitive with the class.
The 1.4-litre petrol has a combined figure of 45.6mpg, but the more powerful turbocharged 1.0-litre petrol is slightly more efficient at 56.5mpg. If you want maximum economy, go for the 1.6-litre diesel, which has an economy figure of 67.3mpg.
Later 99bhp 1.0 and mild-hybrid 118bhp engines both manage 49.6mpg under the latest WLTP test regime.
Car tax (VED)
Most Stonics are subject to the standard flat-rate annual car tax (VED) fee introduced since April 2017. The only exception being the 48v mild-hybrid version that arrived in late 2020 because it is classed as an alternative fuel vehicle and gets a £10 discount. To find out more about the current road tax costs, click here.
Petrol Stonics will need servicing every 10,000 miles whereas cars with a diesel engine need maintenance every 20,000 miles. Kia servicing isn’t generally that expensive compared with rivals, plus there are the usual sorts of service plans available that cover maintenance over a three, or five-year period. You can even take out finance if money is tight by paying a quarter of the total bill upfront and spreading the remaining amount over a three month repayment period.
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