Although in America minivans have become anything but mini, it is not the case for models of famous producers such as Ford B-Max, Citroën C3 Picasso and Kia Venga.
And speaking of Kia, Paris Auto Show was the perfect time to introduce the updated Venga. Changes to the Venga, same as for Rio, are very subtle.
A larger Tiger Nose grille, chrome trim above the rear number plates reces and LED combination tail lights are just a few of the new features that just might make Venga your dream car. Completing the look are new wheel designs, which measure no less that 16 and 17 inches.
The interior of the Venga has also been modified. Darker metalic trim with bright accents and two new seat upholstery options are the changes made for pleasing passengers.
As far as the centre console goes, good news keep coming. Kia Venga’s audio-visual navigation sistem comes with a seven-inch touchscreen, a reverse camera, faster processing speed and quicker route calculation. Fearing cold winters? No need! Because the new updated Venga offers a brand new extra option, a heated steering wheel.
Transmission options remain the same as before, five- and six-speed manuals and four-speed automatic.