CAR OF THE WEEK

Presented with elegant styling and some serious tech and safety features let me tell you why the Kia Cerato S/Safety Pack should be the next new addition to your family!

A model designed to suit anyone from 18 to 80 years old, I can guarantee if you purchase this vehicle for long trips, short trips, business use or anything in between you will not regret it.

The Kia Cerato S/Safety pack boasts a 5 Star ANCAP safety rating with features such as Autonomous Emergency Breaking (AEB) with Forward Collision Warning Systems (FCWS), Lane Keep Assistance, Front & Rear Parking sensors as well as a reverse camera. It also picks up Smart Cruise Control (SCC), Blind Spot Detection (BSD) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) which means whether its your Daughter, Dad, Aunty or Grandpa that picks up one of these Cerato’s, you can sleep peacefully knowing they have the most advanced safety technology that will protect them when out on the road.

The Cerato also comes Standard with technologies such as Apple Carplay, Android Auto, a 6 speaker audio system as well as Bluetooth and being an avid music and pod cast listener myself I have to say that Apple Carplay is my best friend! These tech features, personally, I think should be standard across all new cars nowadays, like c’mon who can be bothered touching a screen anymore (first world problems, right?), when you can just use voice activation to send a text message, play a song, or get Google Maps to navigate you to your next destination…

Not only is the Kia Cerato S/ Safety Pack packed with safety and tech features, but with some very user friendly everyday features you would never want to give up after owning one. The car comes with automatic folding mirrors, therefore when you lock the car they will fold in (Never get your mirror swiped off again!!!!), you also pick up auto headlights – I know not something too fancy but we’ve all been in the position where we forget to turn the lights off or on and normally end up with a flat battery or even worse -looking like a an idiot with other drivers flashing you (this happened way too much to me when I had a 2006 Mazda so I’m speaking from experience). You’ll also pick up Daytime running lights which will make you more visible during those rainy/cloudy days!

The heart of the Cerato is comprised of a 2.0 liter, in line 4 Cylinder motor with dual overhead cams and multipoint injectors. The Vehicle produces 112KW and 192Nm of torque using 7.4L per 100kms combined fuel consumption. It comes as a 6 speed automatic or if you like old school like me it also comes in a 6 speed manual transmission.

The Cerato S/Safety pack comes in both a Hatch and Sedan and are both the same price. The Cerato that I have pictured above and below is a limited addition only available at our dealership. The Black edition Cerato is an S/Safety Pack model and on top of the amazing features you get in the model alone you will pick up the sports styling with a black roof and mirrors, aftermarket black 16″ Rims, as well as a genuine Kia smoked bonnet protector, Darkest legal tints and genuine mats as standard. We have this vehicle priced to sell at only $26,990.0 Drive Away!

Now I know I have not touched on drive experience throughout this article, but I think that is something you cannot relay in words and I strongly believe you need to experience that for yourself (And that’s with all new cars your planning to purchase!). That being so if you are keen on the Cerato, why don’t you come in and drive one with me! Heck, even if you have any questions about this car you can contact me directly through the “contact me” page on my website or alternatively all my details are on my Facebook page @jesseboltsales.

Happy Motoring – Jesse Bolt

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