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Stonic could prove to be one of Kia's best-sellers; it undercuts the Nissan Juke by around £600

Order books for the new Kia Stonic have opened, with prices starting at £16,295 for Kia 's compact SUV Nissan Juke rival.

The striking five-door also goes up against the Renault CapturPeugeot 2008 and Vauxhall Mokka X, majoring on styling, electronic driver aids and has a wider choice of colours than you'll find on other Kia models, including two-tone options and several bold interior choices. A 7.0in infotainment touchscreen is standard, with options for TomTom sat-nav and a wide variety of apps.

This entry-level price undercuts that of the Nissan Juke by around £600. Range-topping First Edition Stonics, with a 1.6-litre diesel engine, cost from £20,495. The entry-level car, the £16,295 1.4-litre petrol in 2 specification, gets 17in alloys, air conditioning, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and electric, heated door mirrors. Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) is optional on entry-level Stonics but standard higher up the range.

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rpf72 18 September 2017

I like this. The arched C

I like this. The arched C-pillar's a bit different. BTW, i'm glad you captioned pic 4-I thought they were the headlights. :)
tuga 18 September 2017

E*D*I*T*O*R*S

I just came in to say that the lead pic in this article is a Hyundai and not a Kia, but apparently it's been that way since June and no one at Autocar seems to care. Great!

Ski Kid 18 September 2017

i hope they have designed some new head restraints

the ones in ix35 tucson and Sportage are bloody awefull they told me to recline the seat backwards to get a comfortable position ,so I said can you sell me a periscope! if you want a stiff neck fine but my wife had an ix35 full of problems no wonder you get a 5 yr warranty.yo upay for what you get and Kia and Hyundai it is a cheaply built car using parts from yesteryear.