Budget City Car under R140,000

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2017 Kia Picanto 1.0 Street

1-Litre 3-cylinder DOHC 12 valve|5.0-litres/100km|R 130 000.00

Year: 2017

Recommended Retail Price:
R 158 995.00

Price as Tested: R 130 000.00

Maintenance Plan: Optional 2-Year/45 000Km

Service Intervals: 15 000Km

Original Value Retained Since Registration: 89.81%


  • Model: 2017 Kia Picanto 1.0 Street
  • New Vehicle Price: R 158 995.00
  • Pre-Owned Retail Price: R 130 000.00
  • Percentage of value retained after 2 years: 89.81%
  • Warranty: 5-Year/Unlimited Mileage
  • Maintenance Plan: Optional 2-Year/45 000Km
  • Service Intervals: 15 000Km

The Kia Picanto has always been a great little car in this sector of the market, but in its latest guise it's now more polished and practical, while also offering much improved driving dynamics compared to the previous model. As a little city car the Kia Picanto remains one of the best budget buys out there.

Car Specifications

  • Engine: 1-Litre 3-cylinder DOHC 12 valve
  • Power and Torque: 49kW/95Nm
  • 0-100km/h: 14.5-seconds (Estimate)
  • Drivetrain: FWD/5-Speed Manual
  • Fuel Consumption (combined): 5.0-litres/100km
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 35-litres
  • Tare Mass: 952kg
  • Boot Capacity (seats up): 255-litres
  • Boot Capacity (seats folded down): 1010-litres
  • Wheels and Tyres: 175/65R14 (Steel)
  • Spare Wheel: Yes, full size (Steel)

Standard Features

  • Air-conditioning
  • Electric power steering
  • Electric windows front
  • Radio/CD Player
  • Isofix rear seat mountings
  • 12V power socket, Aux Port and USB port
  • Full size steel spare wheel

Safety Features

  • ABS braking: yes
  • EBD: yes
  • Airbags: Driver and Passenger

Pro's & Con's


  • Great sounding engine
  • Decent performance for a 1-litre with great fuel economy
  • High levels of refinement and quality at the price
  • Best in Class - Comprehensive Warranty
  • Best Residual Values in Class


  • No Alloy wheels on Street model
  • Dealer network not as wide as some other brands