Review: KIA Pride (1991 – 2000)


Cheap, and probably painless, urban transport.

Felt past its sell-by date, even at the time.

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11 March 1991

Old Mazda 121 / Ford Festiva, always built in South Korea. When the 121 design moved on, Kia continued building the car as its Pride with three or five doors and even as a small estate. 11' 3" to 11'... Read more

KIA Pride (1991 – 2000): At A Glance

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Power loss in my Kia Pride

I'm losing power with four people in the car - could you tell me what might be causing this? Could it be an MOT fail?
The car is worn out. It was only ever intended to last 6 or 7 years. The actual fault is probably the engine valves, but it's simply not worth having it fixed.
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