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Chris Bowen - 14 Nov 2014 - eftm.com.au
Back in July we sampled the seven-seater Kia Rondo, a cross between a mini Kia Carnival and slick SUV styling but with hints of a hatchback thrown in. The top-shelf Platinum model mostly impressed me, with the exception of the 2.0-litre petrol engine. Underpowered and a little too heavy at the pump, I longed for the diesel model.
Jeremy Bass - carsales.com.au
Kia has launched the second generation of its Rondo compact MPV with the diesel engine option long promised but not previously forthcoming.
With petrol variants starting at $29,990 plus on roads and new diesel variants starting at $32,490, prices are up noticeably on the outgoing model, but so is the vehicle’s appeal in virtually every respect. It’s smaller and more car-like on the outside, with more usable space and storage indoors.
Chris Riley - carsguide.com.au
Kia has had a couple of cracks at the compact people mover concept. The first, Carens, which nobody probably remembers was cheap and nasty.
The second, the Rondo 7, launched in 2007, was moderately successful based primarily on price. This latest one however might have what it takes to go all the way, a premium product with looks to match at least it seems so.
Kevin Lee - forcegt.com
The reason for this review in the first place – the 2013 Kia Rondo . Design & Comfort As people movers go, the all-new Kia Rondo is one of the better looking ones. Its sleek and contemporary...
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