The Kia Optima Sportswagon is a family estate car that competes with popular rival wagons like the Ford Mondeo, Vauxhall Insignia and Volkswagen Passat. It’s not the strongest in the class for driving manners, but it’s spacious, stylish and sensational value for money
Kia’s family saloon gets a new plug-in hybrid version with super-impressive efficiency figures, but a sensible pricetag. Question is, is it any good?
Kia claims the Niro is the world’s first ever hybrid crossover but is that enough to give it the edge over the Toyota Prius, Hyundai Ionic and more conventional crossovers?
We've already been impressed by a drive in Kia’s first hybrid, and with prices starting at just over £21,000, it is one of the most attractive hybrids on the market