Introducing the all-new Kia Stonic, an eye-catching and confident compact crossover. The crossover combines agile handling and a sporty ride for an exciting drive.
Every single Kia Stonic owner benefits from Kia’s pioneering 7-year / 100,000 mile new car warranty so you can rest assure it's just as reliable as all the other Kia cars in the range.
Express your individuality and personality with two-tone roof colour combinations. It has sharp horizontal lines that contrast to a smooth design to create a sporty attitude. There will be three grades available: 2, 3 and 4. The interior of the all-new Kia Stonic provides a comfortable driving experience plus a whole range of advanced technology and features available as standard on both models:
The standard paint colour available is Sienna Brown, with a black roof on the ‘First Edition’. Clear White, Blaze Red, Graphite and Midnight Black are options on grade ‘2’.
‘First Edition’ versions can be ordered in Clear White, Blaze Red and Zest Yellow, all with a black roof; Midnight Black with a red roof; Graphite with a lime green roof; and Urban Grey and Satin Silver with an orange roof.
Opt for the 'First Edition' grade and you'll benefit from the following great features:
Call us today to book your test drive in this exciting new model:
Burrows Kia Barnsley - 01226 308 476
All models are generously equipped with an extensive range of active safety features to help to prevent an accident from occurring.
The following safety features are available as standard on all models:
The all-new Kia Stonic is available with three powertrains - two petrol engines and one diesel:
All engines are mated to a slick 6-speed gearbox for effortless driving. Opt for the 1.6 CRDi and you'll benefit from a great fuel economy figure of 67.3mpg (combined cycle) and CO2 emissions of just 109g/km.
The 1.0 T-GDi turbo petrol engine offers the greatest pace, sprinting from 0-62mph in just 9.9 seconds. it will also go onto a top speed of 115mph.
Take a closer look by using our interior and exterior tours