Sporty flagship model headlines updated Cerato range, but supply a problem across entire Kia line-up
The facelifted 2021 Kia Cerato has launched in Australia this week, headlined by the sporty GT model that’s now confirmed as carrying a sticker price of $35,290 plus on-road costs, or $36,990 drive-away.
That manufacturer’s list price, which applies to either the sedan or hatchback, represents an $1100 increase compared to the previous series, but is offset by revised styling, suspension modifications and extra standard equipment.
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