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Used Kia Ceed GT Line cars

The Kia Ceed GT Line combines sporty styling with low running costs and lots of features included as standard.

Finance representative example (Hire Purchase)

Total cash price £16,000. Borrowing £14,000 with a £2,000 deposit at a representative APR of 11.9%.


Fixed rate of interest per annum
6.18%
48 monthly payments
£363.77
Total amount payable
£19,470.96
Cost of credit
£3,470.96

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  1. Finance representative example (Hire Purchase)

    Total cash price £16,000. Borrowing £14,000 with a £2,000 deposit at a representative APR of 11.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest per annum
    6.18%
    48 monthly payments
    £363.77
    Total amount payable
    £19,470.96
    Cost of credit
    £3,470.96
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    Kia Ceed

    1.6 CRDi GT-Line

    • 71,823 miles
    • 2016 reg
    • Manual
    • Diesel

    £178/month HP

    £8,850

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What is the Kia Ceed GT Line?

The Kia Ceed GT Line is the sporty-looking option in the brand’s range of mid-size hatchbacks. You get styling similar to the high-performance version of the Ceed, but with the lower running costs of the ‘regular’ petrol and diesel engines. 

What is the Kia Ceed?

The Ceed is Kia’s mid-size family car. It was introduced in 2006 and was the first car offered with Kia’s industry-leading seven-year warranty. The latest third-generation model was introduced in 2018. As with its predecessors, value for money and that long warranty are central to its appeal. As well as the five-door hatchback covered here, you can also choose an estate version called the Ceed Sportswagon or a five-door coupe version called the ProCeed. Then there’s the XCeed – a crossover SUV that shares many parts with the Ceed but looks sleeker yet more rugged. 

What does GT Line mean?

GT stands for ‘grand touring’, a term that’s often used to describe fast luxury cars. It’s also used by some car manufacturers as the name of their high-performance models, as Kia does with the 200bhp Ceed GT. There are a lot of people who like the sporty styling of a high-performance model but don’t want the associated higher running costs and that’s where Kia’s GT Line trim level comes in – you get the sporty looks without the higher running costs that a powerful engine brings with it.      

Where does the Kia Ceed GT Line sit in the range?

GT Line sits one place down from the top of the Ceed’s trim range. The trims below GT Line are numbered from one to three, above it is the more luxurious GT Line S. In the current version of the Ceed GT Line, you get largely the same features as in the Ceed 3, which includes sat nav and a reversing camera, plus other luxuries such as heated front seats and a heated steering wheel. 

How is the Kia Ceed GT Line different from the rest of the Ceed range?

The main difference between the Ceed GT Line and other trim levels in the range is its sporty styling details. They include a unique alloy wheel design, deeper front and rear bumpers, a rear spoiler and gloss-black door mirrors on the outside, plus sports seats,  a sports steering wheel and aluminium pedals on the inside.

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