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17th August, 2009

Kia has announced a Limited Edition Cerato with features valued at $1,200 being offered to customers at no extra cost for a limited time only. The driveaway pricing from $20,990 with 5-speed manual transmission or $22,990 with 4-speed automatic transmission.

Based on the well-equipped Kia Cerato S Option Pack, the limited edition model adds 15-inch five-spoke polished alloy wheels fitted with 195/65 R15 tyres; a chromed version of the 'Schreyer' corporate grille penned by world-renowned Kia global design chief Peter Schreyer; and high-quality tailored front and rear floor mats, all for no additional cost.

In addition to the $1,200 worth of extra equipment at no additional cost to customers, the Limited Edition Kia Cerato is fitted with all the standard Cerato S features.

Standard equipment includes air-conditioning; remote audio controls (steering wheel-mounted); cruise control; powered and heated door mirrors; power windows (front and rear); keyless remote central locking; MP3 compatible CD player with Power Bass; auxiliary input (for external audio device); USB audio input with iPod® compatibility; repeater lamps on door mirrors; and speed-sensing auto door locks.

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The all-new Kia Cerato is powered by a 2.0-litre Theta II CVVT petrol engine producing a class-leading 115 kW of power and 194 Nm of torque, matched to either the smooth-shifting 5-speed manual or Sportsmatic 4-speed automatic transmission.

Cerato delivers an official combined fuel economy of 7.8 litres/100 kms, meaning a manual Kia Cerato is capable of travelling more than 660 kilometres on a single fill of 91RON unleaded fuel.

With an Australian Government Green Vehicle Guide rating of 4.5 stars, the new Cerato is one of the 'eco-friendliest' vehicles in the Small segment, emitting just 186 grammes per kilometre of CO2 with the manual gearbox (187 g/km for the four-speed automatic) despite being the most powerful vehicle in its class.

The Limited Edition Kia Cerato offers the same traditionally low running costs as the rest of the Cerato range, with the confidence of a comprehensive standard unlimited kilometre/5-year warranty package for private users (5-years/130,000 kms for business and commercial users).


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