The Kia Picanto shares its working gear with the Hyundai i10 but gets an extra 99bhp 1.0-litre T-GDI petrol engine available in prime-spec GT-Line and GT-Line S versions. The base-model ‘1’ is restricted to the 66bhp 1.zero-litre with a 5-pace guide transmission, the next model up is the ‘2’ which can be had with 66bhp or a 83bhp 1.25-litre with either an automated or manual. Then come the more expensive ‘Zest’, ‘3’, ‘Titanium Edition’, ‘X-Line’ and ‘GT-Line’ which start from £12,650. With a 3rd-positioned end in the 2019 Driver Power survey, it’s clear homeowners love their Kia Picantos. It’s simple to see why too as the small metropolis cars supply tremendous experience quality and a big equipment listing which belies its small proportions and cheap buy worth. With the most cost effective new cars starting at across the £7,000 mark , they still include a unique set of expectations.