The all-new Kia Cerato!
Fortunately to say this all-new Kia Cerato from the giant South Korean manufacturer KIA looks longer, lower and wider than the current car, with an extended wheelbase, and leaving many details up to your imagination, while the next generation Forte / Cerato will be manufactured with an all-new body shell structure, Kia said in a short statement.
The 2014 Kia Cerato looks pretty good with funky LED lights and the new Kia trademark grille makes it look more appealing to people. The new car has also grown considerably, so it is more spacious and practical and comes in three variant body styles a four-door sedan, a five-door hatchback and two-door coupe.
While the all-new Forte receives you with an aggressive stance, broad shoulders and a windshield rake that can only be described as sporty. The all-new Forte looks as good parked as it does carving through a remote canyon road. Influenced by European sport sedan styling, the Forte’s modern aesthetic was born in California at Kia’s American Design Center in Irvine.
Engine levels: Their Specs, Abilities and Options
The all-new Kia Cerato comes also in a variety of power train and engine specifications, for you have an efficient 1.8-liter MPI engine or the more powerful 2.0 liter GDI engine. Customers in different markets across the globe can expect a choice of two gasoline power units – Kia’s 161 ps 2.0-liter Nu engine (power up 3.2%) and the popular 130 ps 1.6-liter Gamma engine (power up 4.8%), while Brazil will have the 1.6 FFV.
Although considerations are underway for a turbo engine Kia Cerato, but the one at hand carries on the job well and that’s due to a tall set of top gears in the auto by which the Cerato consistently returned 7.3l/100km for the 1700km journey, but we saw a low of 6.8l/100km. Kia claims a combined consumption of 7.4l/100km but when required for rapid overtaking the mid-range response is surprisingly good for a 2.0-litre engine. The auto allows manual shifting when required with rapid sequential up or down changes.
However, the all-new Kia Cerato (Forte) can accelerate to 100 kph (62 mph) in as little as 8.5 seconds, reach a top speed of 210 kph (130 mph) and achieve a combined cycle fuel consumption figure of 6.5 l/100 km – depending on model.
There's a plethora of small cars on the market but the striking Kia Cerato stands out as one of the best thanks to an excellent mix of good road manners, comfortable ride, and value for money and pleasing styling.
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