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Kia updates Cee’d and Sorento line-ups

Sorento KX-3 Sat-Nav and Kia Cee’d VR-7 introduced

Kia Sorento KX-3 Sat-Nav

KX-3 Sat-Nav is the new Sorento range-topper

Kia has updated its line-up for 2011, adding the fully-loaded Sorento KX-3 Sat-Nav and the bargain-basement VR-7 Cee’d. 

The new Kia Sorento KX-3 Sat-Nav is an updated version of the previous range-topper, now with added satellite navigation.

Kia has also fitted a better stereo and a reversing camera, which incorporates a 6.5-inch touchscreen, European mapping, lane use guidance and even a Parking Location function.

The Kia Sorento KX-3 Sat-Nav comes with four-wheel drive and 2.2-litre CRDi turbodiesel engine, and a choice of six-speed manual or optional six-speed automatic gearbox. Prices start at £31,155, and it’s available to order now.

Read our Sat nav reviews and advice

Kia Cee'd VR-7

Kia Cee’d VR-7 is packed with equipment

At the same time Kia has announced a VR-7 special edition version of the Cee’d and Pro Cee’d family hatchbacks, powered by a 1.6-litre turbodiesel engine.

Based on the entry-level 1 specification, but up to £815 cheaper, this piles on the extra equipment – including 16-inch alloys, Bluetooth, iPod connection, six-speaker stereo, rear-parking sensors and electric heated mirrors – to become an even greater value proposition.

Prices start at £13,220 for the three-door Pro Cee’d and £13,420 for the five-door Cee’d – including 20% VAT and the usual seven-year Kia warranty. Also available to order now.

Read our Kia Cee’d review or choose from all our Kia reviews

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