Auto & Manual
- Manual air-conditioning
- 6 airbags
- Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
- Front & Rear Parking Sensors
- 16" alloy wheels
- Rear view camera with in-audio display & parking guidelines
- Satellite navigation multimedia system with traffic information
- 7" full touch colour LCD screen
- 16" alloy wheels
- Leather trim seats
- Smart key with push button start
- Blind Spot Detection
- 17" alloy wheels
- Lane Departure Warning System
- Forward Collision Warning System
- Powered sunroof (slide & tilt)
New Cerato Hatch
The New Cerato Hatch is suited to those seeking a balance of both style and versatility. Its large glasshouse allows for excellent 360-degree visibility. A convenient tailgate with large opening area enables oversized cargo to fit with ease. If even more space is required, the rear seats can fold down with a 60:40 split, too.
Complementing the New Cerato's advanced technologies is an improved cabin featuring high-quality premium materials. You'll notice small touches like chrome highlights around the cabin's controls and resigned lower centre console area with more storage.
Available across the range is an efficient yet powerful 2.0L petrol engine, featuring dual-continuously variable valve timing to improve fuel economy.
The cabin of the New Cerato Range has been further improved, with new active safety technologies featuring for the first time. On Si and SLi models, there's Blind Spot Detection that helps make changing lanes safer and more convenient.
Kia Cerato Colours & Gallery
* Premium paint at additional cost.
Colours and trims displayed here are a guide only and may vary from actual colours due to the display proces
Kia Cerato Reviews
Kia New Cerato Review
Trent Nikolic - caradvice.com.au
We’ve universally praised the Kia Cerato in the CarAdvice office and now the refreshed 2017 Kia Cerato lands in Australia with extra safety additions, an updated exterior and refreshed interior, and the same sharp pricing of the previous model...Read Review
Kia New Cerato Review Cars Guide
Paul Gover - carsguide.com.au
The brand is looking to boost sales by expanding the appeal of its budget small car beyond the current 45-plus group who dominate Cerato deliveries. After months as a run-out special, with an effective showroom deal at $18,990, the compact Kia is finally getting the work it needs to make a run at the Toyota Corolla, Mazda3 and Hyundai i30 that dominate the class..Read Review
Kia New Cerato Review Drive.com.au
Sam Charlwood - drive.com.au
Kia has made significant headway as a brand in Australia over the past 10 years, filtering into pub and dinner conversations with affordable, robust vehicles and excellent ownership credentials. But one car still absent from the common litmus test, until now, is the Cerato small car.Read Review