Kia Picanto 2018 review
The Kia Picanto commands almost half of all micro-car sales in this country, so what makes it so compelling? Price? Looks? Quality? Being fun to drive? Safety gear? Or could it be all of those things?
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Top of the tree, the VTi-L builds on the VTi-S spec and retails for $22,990.
The L has 16-inch alloys, six-speaker stereo with 7.0-inch touchscreen, USB and Bluetooth, climate control, reversing camera, rear parking sensors, keyless entry and start, bi-LED headlights, cruise control, power windows and mirrors, leather trim, centre console with storage, leather wrapped steering wheel and hill-start assist.
The VTI-L's front wheels are driven by the same 1.5-litre four cylinder as the rest of the range and is CVT-only.
A five-star ANCAP safety rating is courtesy of six airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls. If you can squeeze three child seats across the back, there are three top-tether anchor points.
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|VTi||1.5L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$10,600 – 15,620||2018 Honda Jazz 2018 VTi Pricing and Specs|
|VTi-L||1.5L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$14,200 – 20,020||2018 Honda Jazz 2018 VTi-L Pricing and Specs|
|VTi-S||1.5L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$11,900 – 17,490||2018 Honda Jazz 2018 VTi-S Pricing and Specs|