KARACHI: KIA Lucky Motors Pakistan starts importing 2nd Generation Kia Picanto in Pakistan which earlier displayed at PAPS 2019 and The Booking starts from the next week of September 2019.
In a Global market KIA has launched the 3rd Generation Picanto whereas, in Pakistan, KIA Lucky Motors is launching 2nd Generation in 2019.
The 2nd generation KIA Picanto displayed at the PAPS 2019, 1000cc hatchback vehicle which is being imported as a complete built Unit (CBU) for Pakistani Automotive market for now.
In August KIA Lucky Motors announced that they are starting booking for KIA Picanto in late August, However, The booking faced some delays and expected to start from next week of September 2019.
KIA Picanto delivery will start from October 2019, meanwhile it’s price has not been finalized, The KIA Lucky Motors hasn’t announced it yet.
KIA Picanto 2019 Price in Pakistan
Kia Picanto is available in two variants Auto and Manual.
The ex-factory price are as followed:
Picanto 1000cc Manual Transmission 1,899,000
Picanto 1000cc Auto Transmission 1,999,000
Booking starts from 14th September
Adding accessories like LCD head unit and alloys will cost extra. Both variants have the same features except the difference of transmission.
To compare Picanto with Suzuki Cultus and Suzuki WagonR these both vehicles falls in 1000cc category.
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Picanto is equipped with basic safety features like Seatbelts and Airbag’s, Powered windows and Power steering.
A basic music system front speakers [Multimedia] No Navigation nor touchscreen player option are available.
- 5-door hatchback
- 1000ccc Engine displacement
- 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual
- Euro 6 compliant
- 14 inch alloys
According to the company’s claim, Picanto’s economical figures are well impressive up to 23 km/liter.
KIA Lucky Motors drops the idea of launching KIA RIO in 2018 and replaced with Picanto 2nd Generation keeping consumer demand in mind.
The Automotive Industry in Pakistan has suffered big time after Pakistani Rupee devalued against US Dollar and Federal Government policies to get maximum taxes from the Public and Commerical sector.