The new C-size model is similar to the first introduction in Korea, with the option of 2.0 or 1.6 turbocharged engine, sold in 4 versions.
First introduced in Korea in mid-April, Cerato 2021 entered the Australian market from June 11. Unlike the domestic market sharing a 1.6 Turbo engine, Cerato 2021 in Australia sells both sedan and hatchback versions, 2 options of 2.0 and 1.6 Turbo engines, with 4 versions of S, Sport, Sport + and GT.
Upgraded appearance like the version sold in Korea, LED headlight cluster, integrated with dashed semi-day LED lights, designed like the EV6 electric car. The C-size car uses a new logo. Characteristic tiger nose grille. New-style LED taillight shackles, tweaked rear bumper.
The $20,000 Cerato S standard version, equipped with LED daytime running lights, LED navigation lights, LED brake lights on the bonnet, 16-inch wheels, 8-inch infotainment screen, Android Auto and Apple connectivity Wireless CarPlay, 4.2-inch LCD instrument panel that displays vehicle information. Safety features such as emergency brake assist, lane keeping, distraction warning, 6-speaker audio.
The $ 21,700 Cerato Sport version comes with 17-inch wheels, a 10.25-inch entertainment screen with Android Auto connectivity, wireless Apple CarPlay, felt seats with sports patterns, rearview mirrors with integrated turn signals.
Priced at $ 25,400 for the Cerato Sport + version, equipped with the same equipment as the Sport version but with the addition of larger rear brake calipers, electronic handbrake, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, blind spot collision avoidance assist, Vehicle warning when reversing, leather seats.
All three versions S, Sport and Sport + use naturally aspirated 2.0 I4 engine, capacity of 150 horsepower, maximum torque of 192 Nm. 6-speed automatic transmission.
The high-performance Cerato GT version costs $ 28,700, fitted with a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, capacity of 201 horsepower, maximum torque of 265 Nm, comes with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, multi-link rear suspension. , larger brake calipers, 18-inch wheels, Michelin tires, a sportier body kit and an eight-speaker JBL sound system.
The price of sedan and hatchback versions sold in Australia is similar. While in Korea, Cerata only offers sedan version, priced from 15,900 to 22,100 USD.
Minh Vu (according to the Carscoops)