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Kia Cerato MY22 Model Upgrade Radio Review

Kia Cerato is the biggest selling model for Kia Australia since its launch in 2003 with more than 155,000 sold. Fast forward to 2021 and a refreshed version has just been released with the new badge and branding.

 The refreshed Cerato will retain the four grades from the current model _ S, Sport, Sport + and GT.

The S, Sport and Sport + models will be powered by the carry-over 2.0 litre 4-cylinder MPI petrol engine (112kW, 192Nm) along with 2 six speed AT.

The GT will continue to be powered by the 1.6 litre GDI turbo 4-cylinder petrol engine (150kW, 265Nm) AND A 7 SPEED DCT. It also gets a revised Australian tuned suspension set up.


As with the current Cerato, pricing for Hatch and Sedan will be the same. The hatch will remain largely unchanged from the rear, but the sedan gets a new look with updates to the taillights, boot and rear bumper lines.

There are a host of comfort and safety upgrades as well. The S and Sport have a suite of safety features as part of an option pack.

Pricing starts from $25,990 driveway through to $36,990 DA for the GT along with Kia’s 7 year owner benefits.

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