Kia will even install an EV charging point at your home for free.
Kia is welcoming in the New Year with offers across its entire range of models – and it's not just the predictable finance offers that are on the table, the Korean car maker is even offering to install home charging points for buyers of its electric and plug-in electric models.
If you buy a Soul EV, Niro PHEV or Optima PHEV, Kia will add an EV charge point to your home for no extra cost at all. Isn't that kind.
If electric cars aren't your thing, there are PCP deals, including the one that can be found on the recently refreshed Sorento SUV, which comes with a £2,000 deposit contribution towards your PCP deal. Other models included in the Kia Care-3 SUV event have deposit allowances starting from £500 up to £3,000, depending on the model you buy.
As well as the deposit contributions for SUVs, Kia says that for the first three months of the year, it is also planning to offer a range of 'competitive' finance options, including low APR deals.
Like many other manufacturers, Kia is also extending its scrappage scheme. If you trade in a car that's at least seven years old you'll get £2,000 off a Picanto supermini or a Rio hatch. The scrappage scheme is available with 4.9 percent APR finance but can't be used with any of Kia's other offers.
Finally, if you find yourself torn between the Optima saloon and the estate version of the car, your choice just got harder. Kia is offering a free upgrade which makes both cars the same on-the-road price. They start from £22,455, with further benefits such as 4.9 percent APR and a £1,000 deposit contribution towards PCP also available.