Cerato Review

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Cerato Review

July 30, 2014 / 1944 /
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Hello my name is Lachlan and I am one of the new car sales consultants at Toowong Kia. I have been blessed with the ability to drive the entire Kia range every day. I have decided to write a review on the amazing new Cerato S-Premium pack which has been released this month to the Australian market.

The Cerato S-Premium pack is a new edition to the Cerato sedan and hatch range for a limited time only. On the outside the Premium pack features very stylish 16” alloys with a matching spare as well as Automatic Headlamp Control, six sensors (front corners and four sensors across the back of the vehicle) and a rear view camera to assist in the parking process. Under the bonnet you get a powerful 1.8 litre double over-head cam engine that produces 110kw of power and 178Nm of torque to the front wheels, the engine still remains economical with the combined fuel consumption of only 7.4 litres per hundred kilometres.

Inside the vehicle Kia have found a nice medium between the S model and the SI model by adding a few editions to the already nice interior. The Cerato’s interior comes standard with Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls as well as media streaming, cruise control for the long commutes to work, Flexsteer which allows you to select different drive modes from a comfortable feel which is ideal for city driving or parking lots, to a sportier feel which is great for highway driving and six airbags (drivers and passengers airbags, curtain airbags and front side are bags). The editions that have been added to the Cerato for the S-Premium park are Leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, artificial leather wrapped instrument cluster and an in dash satellite navigation unit with DVD player (video playback only while stationary).

Overall I believe the Cerato S-Premium pack is an excellence addition to the already amazing Cerato range and would be perfect for anybody that is looking for their first car or even a second family car, I believe that these gems will not be available for long as the Australian market will surely be going crazy for them.

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