Kia’s replacement for the unloved old Magentis was slick, sleek and quite sexy, but a bit too focused on the American market for its own good.
The Kia Venga is the second compact MPV in the Korean car maker's line-up. It's very sensible.
Bold and unusual, the Kia Soul might not fit into any conventional market segment, but then that's a large part of its appeal.
Kia's Picanto arrived in Europe in 2004 and was sold until 2011 when it was replaced by the second-generation model.
Introduced in 2005, this second-generation Kia Rio moved the Korean firm's small hatchback offering forward significantly.
Introduced in 2002 the Kia Sorento offers budget-conscious buyers a spacious and capable SUV alternative to cars in the size category below.
Designed for Europe, in Europe, the cee'd not only looked good, but brought a high quality, well equipped cabin, good space and dynamics that were competitive.
The 2005 Kia Sportage signalled the Korean firm's growth in Europe and, though somewhat unconventionally styled, it gained a good deal of praise.
This sharp-suited junior SUV comes loaded with standard kit and a choice of economical and efficient engines.
The Kia Sorento offers buyers space, generous equipment levels, low running costs, genuine off-road ability and that famous seven-year warranty.