Kia’s Stonic plays safe for a guaranteed return
The Kia Stonic charges into the fast-growing small SUV sector, determined to pinch sales from the established giants, writes Nick Maher
There is no such thing as a safe bet. No guarantee of performance. Your mileage may vary, and the value of your investment may go down as well as up. Except, just maybe, there is an honest-to-god, real-deal safe bet right now. If there is, then it’s most certainly designing, building, and putting on sale a small SUV.
The so-called B-SUV segment of the car market is growing like someone spilled too much...
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