Category Archives: Kia

Geneva Live – Kia Provo Concept graces the stage

We are at Kia's stall at the Geneva Motor Show and the Korean car maker has just taken the wraps off the Kia Provo Concept, a Mini sized vehicle with aggressive looks and unconventional design.

And the most reliable car on UK roads is the Kia Picanto!

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most reliable of em' all? The VW or the Mercedes or the BMW? If you answered saying 'none of them' you're indeed correct. A couple of days ago, our Bumper To Bumper post focused on the 'reliability of German cars'.

Your mobile phone could start your next Hyundai

Just days back Hyundai demonstrated its tech prowess with smartphone based connectivity concept for cars. The idea is that most people in the world have a smartphone at their disposal. So why not link most of the functions of the car with your smartphone? There

Kia mildly facelifts Picanto for 2013

Kia facelifts Picanto for 2013: Regular IAB readers know that the Kia Picanto is nothing but a Hyundai i10 with a better sense of fashion and we Indians seem to agree with that especially after test mules fell prey to our readers’ lenses on more

The lovely Kia Picanto spied inside-out, again!

Indian Autos Blog was told by a source that the Kia Picanto was brought to India to test out powertrain components. The LHD Picanto, that's a Hyundai i10 underneath, has been on test since November 2011. HMIL has not commented on the spottings of the

Have we solved the mystery of the Kia Picanto test mule?

Our daily visitor Ben who spotted the mini Mahindra Xylo a few weeks back (and many others in recent years) encountered another one this past weekend. He's come to us with a picture of the Kia Picanto testing on the highways of Chennai.

Spied – The more we see this, the more we want it!

A lime green test mule of the Kia Picanto has been testing in Chennai since late November last year. As you may have read, the Picanto is the first cousin of the Hyundai i10 (the second cousin is the Kia Ray, a boxy hatch reserved for the Korean market). The