Cerato GT – I recently drove the latest Kia Cerato GT hatchback. This is the top model in the Cerato range and as always, I enjoyed driving it.
The Cerato is a popular midsized passenger car that comes in both sedan and hatchback designs. The hatchback design is both stylish and practical.
Typical of Kia, the GT Hatchback comes with a long list of standard features, many that other brands have as options.
Inside its well laid out, comfortable and very easy to live with. I like the thick steering wheel, heated seats, and overall ambience of the interior.
Front seats have plenty of room, the rear seats are what you would expect for a hatch this size, but the boot is large and practical.
It also comes with a sporty 1.6L turbo petrol engine and 7 speed DCT transmission. This combination drives the front wheels and provides reasonable performance and economy.
The Cerato isn’t what you would call a hot hatch, yet its engaging and a bit of fun to drive every day,
The Kia Cerato GT Hatch is priced from $36,860 plus the usual costs. Its one of those cars that just feels right when you sit inside. It does everything you ask of it, it’s well priced and is a solid alternative to an SUV
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