Six specification levels are available with eight powertrain options, following the same structure as the rest of the Kia model range.
The entry-level 2 specification starts from £26,745 with a choice of two powertrains: a 1.6-litre T-GDi petrol producing 148bhp, and a 1.6-litre CRDi diesel producing 113bhp. Standard equipment includes 17in wheels, LED headlights, parking sensors, a reversing camera, cruise control, an 8.0in touchscreen and a selection of assist systems.
The next step up is GT-Line, which is available from £29,745 with five engine options. These range from the 1.6-litre diesel to the range-topping plug-in hybrid, from £38,395, which produces 261bhp and is set to arrive early in 2022.
The GT-Line gains black detailing on its radiator grille, side sills and wheel arches and has 19in wheels, a 12.3in infotainment display with sat-nav, rear privacy glass, Kia’s smart entry system and chrome skid plates.
The 3 specification is based on the equipment level of the 2 but offers the same engine line-up as the GT-Line. Prices start from £30,945 and rise to £39,595. The 3 also gains 18in wheels, the 12.3in display, a digital driver's display, heated front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel and smart cruise control.
The 4 trim level underpins the range-topping GT-Line S, offering 48V mild-hybrid technology for all engine options, with four-wheel drive. Prices kick off from £36,445 and climb to £41,795 for plug-in models.
This specification includes a panoramic sunroof, a premium Harman Kardon speaker system, adaptive LED headlights, ambient lighting, a 360deg camera and a blind-spot view monitor.
The flagship GT-Line S receives similar equipment to the 4 and adds GT-Line styling, 19in alloy wheels, artificial leather and suede upholstery, a 10-way adjustable driver’s seat and eight-way passenger seat with memory function, a smart tailgate and an optional two-tone black roof. Prices start from £38,445 and rise to £43,495.