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Kia Picanto

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Kia Picanto
Kia
aka Hyundai i10
Kia Morning (South Korean market)

Kia New Morning

Kia Euro Star (Taiwan)

Naza Suria (Malaysia)

Naza Picanto (Malaysia)

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The Kia Picanto is a cheap city car produced by Kia Motors.

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Recent Changes

  • On December 7, 2010, Kia teased the next-generation 2012 Picanto ahead of its 2011 Geneva Motor Show debut.[1]
  • On June 15, 2009, Kia launched a facelift for the South Korean market Kia Morning city car, sold worldwide at the Picanto. This is expected soon to follow across the world. [2]

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Pricing

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Performance

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Safety

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Colors

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Main Competitors

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Hybrid Models

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Unique Attributes

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Interior

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Worldwide

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Design quirks and oddities

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Awards

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See also

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KIA

Hyundai Motor Company


Hyundai | Kia


Current: Sedona · Sorento · Sportage · Rondo · Optima · Rio · Borrego · Forte · Forte Koup · Soul · Cadenza

Current (Europe and Asia): Picanto · Cee'd · Pro cee'd · Cerato · Venga · Magentis

Historic: Pride · Spectra · Amanti

Concept: KCV-III · KCD-I Slice · Sport · KCV4 Mojave · Soul Concept · Multi-S Crossover · KCD-II · Kue · Cee'd · Pro cee'd · Kia Rondo SX · Ex cee'd Cabrio · KND-4 4x4 · Kee Sports Coupe Concept · Eco cee'd Concept · SOUL Concepts · SOUL Burner Concept · SOUL Diva Concept · SOUL Searcher Concept · Koup Concept · Soul Hybrid Concept · Borrego Limited Concept · SOULster Concept · MPV Concept · №3 Concept · KND-5 Concept · Ray PHEV Concept · Venga EV Concept · POP EV Concept · Sportage Antenna "Work" Concept · Sportage Antenna "Play" Concept · Forte Koup Type R Concept · KV7 Concept

Racing: Forte Koup Grand-Am Koni Challenge


Kia Motors Europe · Doongpung Ywieda Kia · Kia Motors America · Asia Motors, Ltd · Dongfeng Yueda Kia Automobile Company


name of founder/s Corporate website A subsidiary of the Hyundai Motor Company


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