Kia Short-Term Leases

Fixed Contracts
From
£499 +VAT per month*
Please see below our latest Kia cars available on our fixed short-term car leases. These are generally available on contracts between 5 and 18 months.

For more information on our vehicles below, please click on the vehicle to display the costs and the contract details.

Fixed Short-Term Lease from

£499.00 plus. VAT p/m

Kia Offers

Price Range
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£100+VAT£5,000+VAT
Kia Niro Estate 150kW 3 64kWh 5dr Auto
8 month car lease from £579.00 + VAT per month. Includes 10,000 miles.
Kia Niro Estate 150kW 2 64kWh 5dr Auto
8 month car lease from £569.00 + VAT per month. Includes 10,000 miles.
Kia Sportage Estate 1.6T GDI HEV GT-Line S AWD 5dr Auto
9 month car lease from £599.00 + VAT per month. Includes 13,500 miles.
Kia Niro Estate 1.6 GDI Hybrid 3 DCT 5dr Auto
9 month car lease from £559.00 + VAT per month. Includes 13,500 miles.
Kia Niro Estate 1.6 GDI PHEV 4 DCT 5dr Auto
9 month car lease from £649.00 + VAT per month. Includes 13,500 miles.
Kia Sportage Estate 1.6T GDI PHEV GT-Line S AWD 5dr Auto
9 month car lease from £679.00 + VAT per month. Includes 13,500 miles.
Kia Sportage Estate 1.6T GDI 48v ISG GT-Line 5dr Auto
9 month car lease from £599.00 + VAT per month. Includes 13,500 miles.
Kia Niro Estate 1.6 GDI Hybrid 4 DCT 5dr Auto
9 month car lease from £629.00 + VAT per month. Includes 15,800 miles.
Kia EV6 Estate 166kW GT Line 77.4kWh 5dr Auto
8 month car lease from £695.00 + VAT per month. Includes 12,000 miles.
* With initial payment equivalent to 2 months

Kia History

Kia Motors Corporation is South Korea’s 2nd largest car manufacturer after its parent company Hyundai.

The name Kia comes from the Sino-Korean Word Ki which means “to come out” and a which stands for “Asia.” Translated it means to “Arise or Come Up Out of Asia.”

Kia was founded on 9th June 1944 but didn’t start producing cars until 1974, it opened its first automobile assembly palnt in Sohari Plant, in 1973. Production of cars took a break from 1981 to 1986 due to the then Military Dicator, Chun Doo-hwan, but when it resumed over 90,000 vehicles were built in partnership with Ford.

Kia declared bankruptcy in 1997, and 51% of this was acquired by Hyundai Motor Company.

Over the years, Kia’s range of cars has grown and the quality of their products is more or less now on par with European manufacturers.

For more information on the Kia range, please visit their website: Kia Car Range

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