Kia Australia Announces Limited Edition Cerato eXtra

Mike Stevens | Mar 30, 2012

Kia has announced the introduction of a new limited-edition offering in the Australian Cerato sedan and hatch line-up, dubbed 'eXtra'.

Based on the Si trim grade and entering below the mid-spec SLi variant, the Cerato eXtra features Bluetooth connectivity, tilt/telescopic steering adjustment, cruise control, steering-mounted audio controls and folding exterior mirrors.

On the 'eXtra' side of things, the small Kia commuter replaces its 15-inch steel wheels with 17-inch alloys, along with front fog lamps, chrome-tipped exhausts, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and rear parking sensors.

The Cerato eXtra is available in five exterior colours: Clear White, Ebony Black, Bright Silver, Titanium Silver and - in hatch form only - Racing Red.


In both Sedan and Hatch form, the Cerato eXtra six-speed manual is priced at $21,490, and the 6-speed automatic is $23,490.

That represents a premium of $1250 over the comparative Si model hatch, and $1500 for the sedan.

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  • cyclone says,
    3 years ago
    Usually a limited edition provides extra features as a sales tactic. Not extra features on a basic model with extra $$ attached!!!
  • Fred says,
    3 years ago
    The model sits in between the Si and the SLi!

    Only difference to SLI is Climate Control and basic trim.
    Difference to Si is leather steering wheel, Alloys, rear parking sensors, chrome exhaust tip and front fog lamps.

    There is a difference, as elaborated in the article.
    • cyclone says,
      3 years ago
      What I was referring to is a limited edition would usually have added extras at no cost The extra money paid is quite simply paying for these extras. So not really anything special. They wanted to clear out their parts bin
  • Smart us says,
    3 years ago
    i dont know... is this X for the appeal or just marketing spinsad
  • Ty says,
    3 years ago

    What happened to "boots" or as they say in the States (trunks)?
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