Kia launches special edition Picanto Quantum for UK markets
Kia Motors have launched a special edition Picanto Quantum. The Quantum is a three-door available in one colour- titanium silver metallic. Prices for the Quantum are 11,895 pounds for the manual version and 12,495 pounds for the automatic variant.
The car is only available in only Titanium Silver metallic colour
Amongst the numerous unique features in the Quantum are 15-inch alloys, LED indicator lights, automatic climate control, six-speaker audio, follow-me headlamps and body coloured side sill mouldings. An 'Urban Pack' adds features such as premium supervision instrument cluster, illuminated driver vanity mirror, LED interior lighting, and reverse parking sensors. Interior comfort is further optimized by the use of UV solar windscreen glass and privacy glass on the rear side windows and tailgate which help in reducing UV light entering the cabin and helps the driver too by reducing glare.
The engine powering the car is a 1.25litre unit churning out 85PS of maximum power and 120Nm of peak torque. Customers have the option of choosing between the four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmissions. The Quantum with the manual gearbox completes the 0-100kmph sprint in a claimed 11 seconds and go on to a top speed of 170kmph with a fuel efficiency figure of 22.23kmpl.
The four-speed automatic version does the 0-100kmph run in 12.9seconds and has a top speed of 162kmph. Claimed fuel consumption is 17.84kmpl.
The Picanto Quantum is available in UK showrooms now and can be purchased immediately. Scroll down to read the accompanying press release.
NEW KIA PICANTO QUANTUM
|High specification for new three-door special edition Three-door only with standard Titanium Silver metallic paintwork Manual and auto versions available with 1.25-litre 84bhp engine Priced at £11,895 (manual) and £12,495 (auto) On sale now Kia's popular city-car Picanto range has been widened with a new highly-specified special edition model the Picanto Quantum. Forming part of Kia's 'Originals' range a line-up of models with distinct personalities that are changed at regular intervals along the lines of a fashion collection the Quantum is uniquely available in 3-door guise but with the choice of a manual or automatic transmission. Powered by a 1.25-litre petrol engine, developing 84bhp at 6,000rpm and 120Nm torque at 4,000rpm, the Picanto Quantum is finished in Titanium Silver metallic paintwork with premium black cloth interior upholstery and sits alongside the existing Picanto 'White' in the 'Originals' programme. Standard equipment includes 15-inch five-round-spoke alloy wheels, automatic air conditioning, a smart key entry system with engine start/stop button, electric sliding and tilting sunroof, electrically folding, adjustable and heated door mirrors with LED indicator lights, front foglights, a six-speaker audio system, body-coloured side sill mouldings and automatic headlight control with 'see-you-home' and 'welcome' lighting. The Picanto Quantum also adds to its list of standard equipment with an 'Urban Pack' consisting of reversing sensors, LED ambient interior lighting, a premium Supervision instrument cluster and an illuminated driver's side vanity mirror. There is also UV solar windscreen glass to reduce glare and UV light in the cabin and privacy glass on the rear side windows and tailgate. The Quantum manual version costs £11,895 and has a five-speed gearbox. Its combined fuel economy is 62.8mpg with CO2 emissions of 106g/km. It has a top speed of 106mph and accelerates from 0-60mph in 11.0 seconds. The four-speed Quantum automatic is priced at £12,495. Its fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures are 50.4mpg and 130g/km respectively, while the performance details are 0-60mph in 12.9 seconds and a top speed of 101mph. Both models benefit from an insurance rating in group 12, Kia's industry-leading fully-transferable seven year warranty and are available with Kia's inflation-proof and fixed price Care-3 servicing package for just £299. The Picanto Quantum models are now available in showrooms. Ends|
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