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£4,081

Registration Date
2012 (62)
Mileage
33,314mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Warrington
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£4,497

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2013 (63)
Mileage
30,411mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Sheffield
Body Style
Hatchback 3dr

£5,556

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2016 (65)
Mileage
16,488mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Manchester
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£6,192

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2015 (65)
Mileage
25,438mi.
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Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Wakefield
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£7,255

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2017 (17)
Mileage
17,703mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Manchester
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£7,293

Registration Date
2015 (64)
Mileage
11,087mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Wakefield
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£7,484

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2017 (66)
Mileage
21,136mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Manchester
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£5,730

Registration Date
2014 (14)
Mileage
30,774mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Sheffield
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

£5,872

Registration Date
2016 (16)
Mileage
15,758mi.
Transmission
Manual
Fuel Type
Petrol
Location
Wakefield
Body Style
Hatchback 5dr

Key Facts

The Kia Picanto was introduced in 2007 and was based on the same platform as the Getz from Kia’s sister company, Hyundai. Now in its 3rd generation, the Picanto has made it as a good looking and well made popular city car.

Available with either a 1.0l or 1.2l petrol engine, the Picanto is very efficient and cheap to both tax and insure, so makes an ideal first car.

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Why buy a Kia Picanto?

The Picanto makes an ideal choice as a city car that’s reliable and well specified. The lowest spec model, the Picanto 1, falls into the group 3 insurance category, making it an ideal choice for a new driver. Not only that, you get Kia’s renowned 7-year warranty, so even a 13 plate, which can be bought for around £5,000, will still have warranty up to 2020.

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Which Kia Picanto is right for me?

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Small Yet Mighty: Kia Picanto

Small Yet Mighty: Kia Picanto

Whatever level of trim you’re after depends on how many doors. The Picanto seems to have two different ranges for the 3 and 5 door variants. The 1 is the lowest spec, coming in both 3 and 5 door, and only comes with basic features. You still get remote central locking, cd player and driver’s seat height adjustment. Air-con can be found on the appropriately named “1 Air.”

More the mod-cons, you have to go higher spec. A Picanto 3 (5 door only) can easily be picked up for less than £6,000 and you get the benefits of automatic headlights, Bluetooth connectivity and heated front seats, to name a few.

What are the Alternatives?

More bells and whistles: Hyundai i10

More bells and whistles: Hyundai i10

A sister car to the Picanto, the Hyundai i10 offers a bit more value for money than the Picanto, offering cruise control and a larger boot (252 litres compared to the Picanto’s 200 litres). Hyundai only offer 5 years warranty, but they still offer great reliability.


Used Hyundai i10

Low cost fun: Toyota Aygo

Low cost fun: Toyota Aygo

The Aygo is, like the i10, a quirky, high-spec small car. It does all that a vehicle of its size should – navigate tight corners with ease, make the most of a full tank of fuel and provide ample safety for the driver and passengers. It’s not the most powerful, with a modest 67 bhp being produced, but for just getting around town, it will be more than sufficient.


Used Toyota Aygo

For looks: Ford Ka

For looks: Ford Ka

A mainstay of its class for almost two decades, the Ka is a byword for efficient urban driving. Newer models have more going on inside, particularly where tech is concerned. However, if all you want is to get from A to B without worrying about loads of buttons on your dash, the Style or Edge are the models for you. More gizmos can be found inside the Zetec and limited edition Grand Prix Kas.


Used Ford Ka

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