The LPG version of the car will cost around 10,500 euro, autoblog.it wrote, and, thanks to government incentives and discounts offered by the Korean automaker, the two models could get even cheaper. For example, if we're taking into account all special offers, the most affordable Picanto will come with a price tag of 5,500 euro.
And now, the sad part. The 5,500 euro price won't bring you air conditioning, central locking, power windows or power steering. Not even a digital clock on the dashboard... On the other hand, the Picanto still boasts a height-adjustable steering wheel and a tachometer painted in the body color.
The 2010 Picanto range received several enhancements as compared to the predecessor. An extra Sports Pack brings even more sporty features, including new front and rear bumpers and side sill molding. The 2010 model will be offered in a new color, Lime, with 15-inch black flower alloy wheels offered as an option. A two-tone bumper is now offered as standard on all trims.
Interiors have been upgraded as well, with new materials and color versions available across the whole range. A four-spoke steering wheel comes as standard on all trims.