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After the acclaimed Stinger, Kia sneaks into ‘compact premium’ territory
With 'only' 201bhp, Kia's hottest hatch to date merely counts as warm, but could it hit a sweet spot of usability, driver reward and value?
Kia has given the Optima a midlife revision, with a new diesel engine and a more comprehensive kit list. Is it still competitive?
The Niro comes of age as an electric car with an excellent drivetrain and impressive real-world range
Will it be third time lucky for Kia’s Europe-only hatchback - or are established rivals from Ford, VW, Seat and Honda still the better buy?
Kia’s most dynamically adventurous model yet, the Stinger targets BMW, Audi, Mercedes and the rest of the executive saloon set
Kia's Rio-based SUV is short on personality and interior finesse, but the Stonic is one of the better-handling small SUVs out there
The new Kia Picanto gets lashings of style and a good 1.2-litre petrol engine to make it a compelling choice in the city car market, but the Volkswagen Up makes for stiff competition
Kia sends its fourth-gen supermini out to win a top-10 European sales ranking
Kia taps into the zeitgeist with an all-new hybrid compact crossover, but conventional models like the Nissan Qashqai, Renault Kadjar and Honda HR-V will take some beating
Updated Kia Sportage aims to take its popular crossover appeal upmarket
Latest Optima looks to right the wrongs of the old model with improved quality, refinement and handling, but is it successful?
Facelift brings a revised look and suspension tweaks to Kia’s warm hatch
Can the new Sorento live up to the high aspirations that Kia has for it, or is the Skoda Kodiaq still the seven-seat SUV of choice?
Smooth, refined and responsive, but some way behind the EV models from Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen in nearly all areas
Kia adds refinement and maturity to its funky crossover without leaching out the charm. Still flawed dynamically
Kia’s first executive saloon is good looking and appeals in some areas, even if it isn’t up to European standards
All-new seven-seat MPV completes the renewal of Kia's line-up, but can it claim to be a driver's car like the rival Ford S-Max?
The Kia Cee’d is more than good enough to harry the opposition, which is an achievement in itself for the fiercely competitive family hatchback class
The Kia Optima has looks, practicality and value on its side. But in a class of talented models, it is an also-ran.
The Kia Procee'd looks the part, but does the drive deliver?
The Kia Rio offers appealing style and tangible quality as well as typical Kia brand value
An almost class-leading family 4x4, if a little pricey given its workmanlike flavour
The Kia Venga is a good but unexceptional mini-MPV that’s disappointingly expensive
Kia’s well priced compact soft-roader has been given attention-seeking looks
The Kia Sportage is more SUV than hatchback, with family appeal and value to commend it
The Kia Soul is dull to drive, but it's an appealing, quirky product allthesame
The Kia Picanto is a mature and likeable city car capable of challenging the Volkswagen Up and the rest of the class’s best
The Kia Sedona offers lots of space for seven, but it is no longer the spacious bargain it once was
The Kia Carens is a cheap way to carry seven, but its poor cabin finish lets it down