KIA’S Picanto, also known as a New Morning in some countries, has certainly dawned as a very bright light in the city car segment. The sturdily-built and cute-as-a-button hatchlet is a big improvement on the earlier model and comes pretty much fully loaded with features, a rarity in its price category. Also, it has a 7-year warranty, with unlimited distance, and no other car on the market, let alone in the sub-$20K class, comes within cooee of that. Refreshingly, there’s just one choice of Picanto: five-speed manual or four-speed automatic, with respective drive-away prices of $14,190 and $15,690. Check...Read More
AN Australian badge, a German brand – now owned by a French company – and the product built in Poland?
We’re talking about Holden’s latest Astra hatch, in this case the high performance top-spec RS V.Read More
Danni refers to the Kia Rio as an ideal city car, given it’s focus on features and economy over performance. The SLi stands for the top trim level and it is what you get for the price of $23k Aussie dollars.Read More
Danni is reviewing the 2017 Kia Cerato. This generation of the car is obviously nearing its end, but Kia has made more than enough changes for the 2017 to make it compete with the best names in its class. Is it better than the i30?Read More