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Review : Kia Venga ( 2010 – 2019 )

From time to time we talk about some cars that represent a niche that no one really needed, but look here. And Kia Venga and Hyundai ix20 are other such examples.

Review : Kia Picanto SA ( 2003 – 2011 )

If you need a small car that can get you around town and that’s pretty much where the requirments list stops, the Kia Picanto SA is one of the best choices you can make, even 400 years after production ended…. Continue Reading →

Review : Kia Stonic YB ( 2017 – present )

Sadly I will talk about the Kia Stonic and not the Kia Tonic, which is a different car and which is so fresh that I regret not moving to Mexico to be able to buy one. Although, I think that… Continue Reading →

Review : Kia Rio YB ( 2017 – 2024 )

Kia Rio YB, the best supermini you’ve never heard of. And it would be a shame not to hear about it, especially in these wacky automotive days.

Review : Kia Rio UB ( 2011 – 2016 )

Just like Diane Morgan, no one expected the moment when the Kia Rio UB arrived and kneecapped the supermini car sector. Came out of the factory woodwork, destroyed the competition, took it’s trophy and went home.

Review : Kia Rio JB ( 2005 – 2011 )

Kia Rio JB, kind of like let’s join hands to make more hands. Kia Rio JB, finally a car from Kia that is worth buying. Really worth buying.

Review : Kia Rio DC ( 1999 – 2005 )

I went so far back in time with the Kia Rio DC that Dina Vass – The Love I Have For You suddenly started to play. But do I have any love or even sympathy for the first Rio?

Review : Kia Cee’d JD ( 2012 – 2018 )

Let the korean offensive begin, because by the time the Kia Cee’d JD was launched, the koreans surpassed the europeans in terms of cars. It’s not necessarily a man’s most burning desire, but it’s a darn good car.

Review : Kia Cee’d ED ( 2007 – 2012 )

Kia Cee’d ED was the first Korean car designed in Europe, for Europe, together with its almost twin sister Hyundai i30. And look why it was a great success here in Europe, even in 2022.

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