The Fun and Safe City Car
The GT-Line Picanto includes air-conditioning, a four-speaker stereo with Bluetooth and USB, four-wheel disc brakes, power windows all round, remote central locking, cruise control, electric and heated mirrors and a space-saver spare and autonomous emergency braking (AEB),
Inside a 7.0-inch touchscreen dominates the interior like a 60-inch TV dominates a lounge room. Kia's media has Apple Car Play and Android Auto compatibility, making it a standout in the class. It also means a good view out for the reversing camera and a big maps display when you use navigation apps. So no need for factory sat nav.
Also the GT- Line gets a raft of visual and equipment upgrades over the base 'S' trim.
Key specification highlights include 16-inch alloys, a GT-Line body kit, LED daytime-running lights, halogen projector headlights, contrasting body accents, and a dual-tip exhaust finisher
There are also 'premium' leather-look seats with red accents, leather-look steering wheel, alloy sports pedals, and a six-speaker audio system over the standard car.
Under the Picanto's bonnet is a 1.25-litre 16-valve four cylinder producing 62kW and 122Nm. Power is fed to the front wheels via a five-speed manual or, a four-speed automatic.