Kia has filled gaps between its entry-level and top-end models with new variants of both the Cerato small car and the Sportage SUV.
For the Cerato, the range gets a new Sport specification that sits above the entry-level Cerato S.
Priced at $22,450 drive-away, the Cerato Sport comes with 17-inch alloy wheels - with a full-size alloy spare (rare in this segment) - and a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring.
Inside, features include a faux-leather steering wheel and gear lever, chrome interior door handles, soft-touch plastics, Sport badging and a rear spoiler on the sedan variant.
For the Sportage, a new Si Premium model is available as a petrol-driven two-wheel-drive sitting above the current entry-level Si and beneath the SLi in the range.
Priced from $30,990 before on-road costs, the Si Premium commands a $2000 premium over the base Si.
Standard equipment includes 18-inch alloy wheels, 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with sat-nav and LED daytime running lights.
A range of added safety equipment comes standard, too, with front parking sensors, auto-defog, rain-sensing wipers and anti-dazzle rear-view mirror featured over the Si.
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