The Kia Scrappage Scheme, previously only available on Picanto and Rio, has now been extended to the all-new Stonic and cee’d family. Under this scheme, customers can receive £2,000 off the price of one of these new models when they scrap their old car of seven years or more. Like all Kia models, those included in the scrappage scheme offer the brand’s industry-leading seven-year/100,000 mile warranty.
To help customers discover Kia’s range of hybrid models, dealers will be holding a hybrid test drive challenge until the end of June. Any customer who test drives the Niro HEV/PHEV, Optima PHEV or Optima Sportswagon PHEV will receive £1,000 off if they purchase one of these new, fuel-efficient models.
Kia now offers a deposit contribution of up to £1,500 on Sportage and Stonic when purchased on PCP. While on Sportage the deposit contribution remains £500 for the grade ‘1’, customers wanting a grade ‘2’ or above with a petrol engine will receive a £1,250 deposit contribution. Those purchasing a grade ‘2’ or above with a diesel engine will receive a £1,500 deposit contribution. For the Stonic, the deposit contribution on 4.9 per cent PCP finance contracts has increased from £1,000 to £1,500 and is available on all grades and engines.
For the newly-updated Sorento, customer savings of £1,000 are now offered for the first time. This is available on all models including the sleek ‘GT-Line S’ grade and versions equipped with the brand-new 8-speed automatic gearbox.