Kia Picanto Lease Deals
Kia Picanto Top Features
Relatively efficient engines.
Simple and easy-to-use interior.
One of the biggest boots in its class.
Why Lease A Kia Picanto With Vanarama?
Benefits Of Leasing A Kia Picanto?An established car in this sector, the Picanto had a thorough update in 2020, which brought more safety and connectivity technologies, as well as a pair of new petrol engines. There’s enough space for most people despite its dinky dimensions and a highly usable boot makes it a very practical small car. It’s fair to say the dinky Picanto has upped its game in recent years.
What’s The Picanto Interior Like?
How Does The Picanto Drive?
Practicality is a relative term with any city car. Seats that slide back further than some rivals mean tall people won’t have any issues getting comfortable in the front of the Picanto. The Picanto is quite a tall machine, which translates into good rear headroom.
The boot is big for the class at 255 litres, usefully larger than those of the Citroen C1 and Toyota Aygo. The rear seats fold in a 60/40 split for more versatility, resulting in 1010 litres of load space in all, but there are no clever tricks, such as sliding rear seats or height-adjustable boot floors. Other practical touches include a sliding centre console (with cubby), a pair of cupholders and useful door pockets.
Small dimensions and a relatively light body weight makes the Picanto an efficient car. There may be no diesel or hybrid options, but the Kia’s pair of 1.0-litre petrol engines produce good fuel economy figures.
As a guide, the 1.0-litre 67hp non-turbocharged engine achieves up to 67.3mpg on official fuel economy tests. The 1.0-litre 100hp turbocharged version is good for up to 51.3mpg.
Kia PicantoAll Picanto models are 5-door hatchbacks.
The Kia Picanto Vs Competitors
The Picanto model family encompasses a wide range of leasing deals. The entry-level 1 is followed by the 2 and 3, while the X-Line and X-Line S add some SUV-type styling touches, a 15mm ride-height increase for more ground clearance and also extra equipment. The GT-Line and GT-Line S are the sportiest-looking Picantos, with their red exterior and interior highlights.
Rear parking sensors and a reversing camera are standard on Picanto 3, X-Line, X-Line S and GT-Line S models. Depending on the shade chosen though, the sensors may not match the exterior body colour.
Classed as a city car – a vehicle smaller than a supermini such as the Ford Fiesta – the Kia Picanto is not going to be the most practical family transport if your brood is much older than a brace of early teens. Saying that, headroom is good in the back.
With a decent amount of equipment from the middle trim levels upwards, enjoyable driving and good efficiency, the Kia Picanto is a small car with a big list of things to like.
For the best deal on your Kia Picanto lease, Vanarama can help. We’ve got the best car leasing deals with our Price Promise which includes free delivery and free 30-day returns. Our expert advisers are ready to help you find your perfect car. Don’t forget that we’re also rated Excellent on Trustpilot too!