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Kia Stinger Leasing

We all have a friend who can turn their hand to anything, from break-dancing to particle physics. Well, the Kia Stinger is the automotive equivalent of that one friend. This represents coupe styling, sports-saloon performance and 5-seat practicality rolled into one, with a generous dollop of long-distance comfort and an enviable reliability record. If you’re looking to lease a 5-door coupe that can do it all, the Kia Stinger is a great option.
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0-62mph4.7 Seconds
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£666.99
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Top 3 Features

Fun to drive.

Very comfortable.

Well-equipped.

  • The Stinger is one of the larger cars in its class, which means there’s plenty of space inside. Even tall adults will be able to get comfortable in the back, which isn’t always a given in a car like this. Likewise, the boot is a good size at 406 litres, with rear seats that fold in a 60/40 split to provide a large, flat loading bay. It’s not quite as capacious as that of the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe or the Audi) S5 Sportback, but with the seats folded there’s still more than enough room for a pair of mountain bikes or a shopping trip to Ikea.

  • With only the twin-turbo V6 petrol engine available, the Stinger has no direct rival to the smaller, more efficient engine options offered by some of its competitors. When compared to similarly-powerful range-topping models, such as the Volkswagen Arteon R and the BMW 440i M Sport, the Stinger GT S is in the same sort of ballpark. However, its official fuel economy figure of 30.4mpg is marginally thirstier than most, and in our experience you’d have to drive pretty gently to match that in the real world.

    On the other hand, Kia is famed for the reliability of its cars and its comprehensive 7-year warranty, so you’re unlikely to have any nasty surprises. Plus, you get an awful lot of car for the money, so monthly lease rates tend to be usefully lower than similarly equipped competitors.

Models Available

Kia Stinger GT S

Kia keeps things very simple with the Stinger. In the UK, there’s now only one engine and transmission option, and only 1 trim spec. Literally the only choice you can make is the paint finish.

Trim Levels

Trim levels available: GT S.Kia has thrown pretty much every comfort and convenience you could ask for into the Stinger’s standard equipment list. This includes a head-up display, heated front and rear seats (with cooling on the front seats), wireless phone charging and one of the finest stereos available at this price point. There’s also a comprehensive suite of driver assistance functions, including active cruise control, rear cross traffic alert and forward collision avoidance assist.

The Kia Stinger Vs Competitors

The Stinger can hold its head up high in the company of its German rivals, with exhilarating performance, a good cabin and impressive long-distance comfort. The Audi S5 Sportback takes the material quality and cabin design another notch up, although it’s not quite as fun to drive as the Stinger. Meanwhile, the BMW 440i M Sport Gran Coupe still leads the class for driver involvement – it’s that little bit more agile than the Stinger and even better at resisting body roll. The Alfa Romeo Giulia is also well worth considering. It’s a saloon rather than a coupe, but still gorgeous to look at and great to drive. The same goes for the Jaguar XE. And if you can compromise on size slightly, the somewhat smaller Mercedes-AMG CLA 35 AMG is a 4-door coupe that offers a huge amount of desirability and performance.
  • Yes. Kia was a top-10 finisher in the 2020 reliability survey carried out by What Car?, finishing above both Audi and BMW.

  • The Stinger’s boot isn’t as large as some rivals, but it’s competitive at 406 litres.

  • Leasing a Kia Stinger couldn’t be simpler. There’s only 1 trim level – the only choice you have to make is the colour.

  • Yes. Front and rear parking sensors are standard, as is a 360-degree camera.

  • The Stinger offers more room inside than most of its rivals. There’s also plenty of cabin storage, with large door bins, a generous glovebox and a central cubby.

  • The Kia Stinger is a great leasing choice because it offers a lot of performance and equipment for the money. Cabin quality is impressive too, as is its long-distance comfort, thanks to supple suspension, good ergonomics and low noise levels.

  • Leasing a Kia Stinger with Vanarama is the smartest way to upgrade what you drive. Not only will you get the best price, guaranteed with our Price Promise*, there’s also no hidden fees, extra protection should the worst happen and access to expert advice when you need it! What are you waiting for? Find your New Lease Of Life today!

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