Kia reveals its latest deals

* VAT cut to 7% on the Cee'd range * 2000 of Rio and Venga models * Finance deals, too...

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Pete Barden
01 July 2011

Kia reveals its latest deals

Kia has revealed the latest set of deals to be had across its range.

Cee'd buyers are offered a 13% reduction in the amount of VAT they'll pay, with tax on the range slashed to just 7%.

This means an entry-level 1.4 Pro_cee'd 1 will cost just 11,938, a saving of 952. The offer applies to all Pro_cee'ds, apart from the VR-7 special edition, which gets a 500 contribution towards a PCP agreement.

Kia's 7-Year Switch offer has also been extended until the end of September for all versions of the Rio and Venga. The offer allows buyers with a seven- to 10-year old car that has fewer than 1000,000 miles on the clock and a current MoT certificate, to trade it in for a 2000 discount on a Rio or Venga.

We'll be driving the all-new Kia Rio next week. Come back to on Friday, July 8 for our first verdict.

Owners of the previous-generation Picanto can get a 500 'loyalty reward' if they step up to the new version.

Alongside these offers, buyers can also save up to 1500 on the list price of a Sorento or Carens. The Soul Echo is available with 1000 off, while other versions attract savings of 500.

Buyers who purchase through Kia Financial Services could save a further 1000 on a Sportage with a PCP finance contribution, while the 500 is available on the all-new Picanto.

Both customer savings and PCP financial contribution offers can be used in conjunction with one another.
All deals are valid until the end of September. Remember, you can still haggle bigger discounts off these manufacturer deals. Check the What Car? Target Price for the most you should pay for a new car.