Kia Venga deals: Car deal of the week

You can now buy a Kia Venga for just £9,995 including a seven-year warranty

Fancy a practical mini-MPV with plenty of space inside for the family and their luggage? Well you can now save £1,600 off the price of a Kia Venga – perfect for busy families who want to keep a lid on their running costs.

That means prices for the basic Kia Venga 1.4-litre petrol now start from just £9,995. However, you’ll do without important equipment such as air-conditioning, alloy wheels and electric rear windows – but as basic family transport, it’s still amazing value.

Move up the range to the Kia Venga 1 Air, and you’ll benefit from the all-important air-conditioning, but it’s £800 more expensive than the basic 1 model. Arguably the best value car is the mid-spec Kia Venga 2, which gets 16-inch alloy wheels, reverse parking sensors and Bluetooth phone connectivity – with prices starting at £12,495 for the 1.4-litre petrol model.

Top-of-the-range Kia Venga 3 models now cost from £14,685, but include part-leather heated seats, a panoramic sunroof and cruise control. These models are only available with the more powerful 1.6-litre petrol and 1.6-litre diesel engines, with the top-of-the-range diesel Kia Venga 3 Sat Nav model priced at £16,970.

All models are relatively economical on fuel, too. The basic 1.4-litre petrol model will do just over 50mpg, while the most efficient 1.6-litre diesel manages 64.2mpg and emits ust 117g/km of CO2. The slightly slower 1.4-litre diesel does 62.8mpg and emits 119g/km – still good for £30 annual road tax.

As with every new Kia, all Venga models come with the brand’s industry-leading seven-year warranty. It offers peace of mind to all Kia owners for up to 100,000 miles, and covers all mechanical and moving parts apart from consumables like tyres and wiper blades.

For more information on Kia’s current offers head to www.kia.co.uk, or to read reviews of the entire Kia range, visit the Carbuyer Kia reviews page.

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