Published: 19 Dec 2017

New Kia Stinger and Stonic awarded maximum safety rating

The two latest Kia models to join the award-winning new car range have recently achieved the highest rating for safety. Both the Kia Stinger Gran Turismo and Kia Stinger SUV have awarded five stars by Euro NCAP.

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New Kia Stinger

The leading independent safety testing organisation gave the Kia Stinger a score of 93% for adult occupancy protection, 78% for pedestrian protection and 81% for child occupant protection.  In the ‘Safety Assist’ category, the Kia Stinger was awarded a further 82%.

Standard safety features across the Kia Stinger range include:

  • -Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
  • -Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • -Autonomous Emergency Braking
  • -Lane Keep Assist System
  • -Speed Limit Information Function
  • -Hill-start Assist Control
  • -Active Bonnet System
  • -High Beam Assist
  • -Emergency Stop Signalling

Kia Stonic SUV

The Kia Stonic SUV* also achieved high individual percentage ratings.  Adult protection was rated as 93%, 84% child occupancy, 71% pedestrian and 59% safety assist.

Both cars were highlighted by Euro NCAP for having passenger compartments that ‘remained stable’ during a collision and offered passengers in each seat high levels of protection. This is helped by Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)**, which helped avoid impacts in the ‘Safety Assist’ category.

7 year warranty as standard

Discover the Kia Stinger and Kia Stonic at Jennings Kia. Both come with the industry leading 7 year /100,000 warranty as standard- for further information call 0333 414 9750 to speak to a Kia specialist. Alternatively, visit your local Jennings Kia dealership.

 

 

*Stonic models without the Advanced Driving Assistance Pack achieve a three-star rating

**The Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) is an assistance system and does not relieve the driver from his/her responsibility to safely operate the vehicle at any time. The driver still has to adapt his/her driving behaviour to his/her personal driving capabilities, to the legal requirements and to the overall road and traffic conditions. AEB is not designed to drive the vehicle autonomously. For further information, please refer to the owner’s manual


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