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Sydney’s Favourite Kia Dealership

Get more fun out of life with Kia. A unique combination of style and technology has created some unique models that are sure to impress. Our range includes the exhilarating Kia Optima, multi-purpose Grand Carnival and feature-rich Kia Rio. Drop by to see our complete range.

Every week Tynan Motors Kia Sydney (Sutherland) provide you with a range of deals, incentives, special prices and factory offers that mean buying a new, demonstrator or pre-loved Kia is never beyond your reach. Download this weeks specials and book a test drive today.

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Address

519 Prices Hwy Kirrawee NSW 2232

Phone

02 8545 8988
Precious Nwachukwu
Kia Sales Manager
02 8545 8645

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Mon – Sat: 8:30am-5.30pm
Sun: 10:00am-5:00pm

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Kia Cerato Hatch S

Kia Cerato Hatch S

What is the Kia Cerato S like to drive? The Kia Cerato S hatch is a fun car to drive. It represents excellent value, is well-equipped, has a great warranty and is engaging to drive. Before you set foot inside the new Kia Cerato, the car makes a strong impression with one of the coolest key fobs in the category....
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Hyundai’s new Venue city SUV

Hyundai’s new Venue city SUV

Hyundai will fill another niche in the booming SUV market with a high-riding hatchback designed to challenge the likes of the Mazda CX-3, one of the top sellers in the class. The Hyundai Venue, unveiled at the New York auto show overnight, is tipped to start from less than $20,000 when it arrives in local showrooms in the second half of 2019. Although...
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Mitsubishi’s popular Triton ute gets tougher with facelift

Mitsubishi’s popular Triton ute gets tougher with facelift

YOU’D have to be living under a rock to not realise that dual-cab pick-ups are taking over our roads at a rate that’s almost as alarming as that of SUVs. As a result, the ute segment is as competitive as ever as each brand attempts to claim its own high-volume portion, and Mitsubishi is no different with its venerable Triton....
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Hyundai Tucson N Line – Take Notice

Hyundai Tucson N Line – Take Notice

The Tucson is the first SUV model from Hyundai to receive N line treatment and depending on the market, will be sold with three powertrain options. The first of these is the 2.0-liter CRDi 48V mild hybrid engine introduced to the Tucson family last year. This powertrain is the most powerful and delivers 182 hp. Those who don’t want or need the...
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Kia Sorento – What you need to know

Kia Sorento – What you need to know

Seven seats, a choice of petrol or diesel engines, and front and part-time all-wheel drive make the family-friendly third-generation Kia Sorento ideal for adventures with the clan. Refreshed in 2017 and available in four trim levels with an eight-speed automatic transmission, the Sorento continues as one of the most popular SUVs going. Let’s take a closer look to see which...
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Small price premium for Hyundai i30 Fastback N

Small price premium for Hyundai i30 Fastback N

The new 2019 Hyundai i30 Fastback N has arrived in Australia packing a fiery 202kW four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine and showing off a swoopy rear-end design. And while it gives up a smidgen of performance, it delivers improved practicality. The Fastback’s new exterior styling drops the roof by 28mm but extends the rear-end by 120mm compared to its sibling. That brings...
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Kia Rio Sport 2019 Review

Kia Rio Sport 2019 Review

It feels like the brief for the light car is ever-expanding (more please) and vehicles like the 2019 Kia Rio give the segment a good name. The updated 2019 Kia Rio Sport replaces the now defunct mid-range Si and SLi, with the Rio Sport now the middle ground offering in between the Rio S and top-spec Rio GT-Line. We’d suggest you get...
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All-new Subaru Liberty makes debut

All-new Subaru Liberty makes debut

Seventh-gen Subaru Liberty unveiled in Chicago with new platform, tech and advanced infotainment. Featuring a wider stance and a steeply raked rising belt line, compared to the last car the seventh-generation Subaru Liberty is pure evolution, rather than revolution. At Chicago, Subaru launched the Liberty with two engines — a punchy 194kW turbocharged direct-injection 2.4-litre flat-four-cylinder that powers the XT and...
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Subaru Forester 2019 Review

Subaru Forester 2019 Review

Over the past 20 years, the Subaru Forester SUV has developed an aura of dependability and safety. Its unique selling point was originally the extra safety of all-wheel drive. The all-paw traction returns in 2019 but every model grade now comes standard with adaptive radar cruise control, blind spot detection, lane keep assist, swiveling LED headlights and plenty more safety...
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2019 Subaru XV 2.0i-S

2019 Subaru XV 2.0i-S

Last year, Subaru sold more XVs than any other model — out-selling its Forester big brother by 505 units. So for our first long-termer of the year, we thought we’d see what everyone loves about this high-riding Impreza. This model is the top-spec 2.0i-S XV and has the full menu in terms of safety gear, including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, pre-collision...
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