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Driver's airbag
Power assisted steering
Electric windows and mirrors (excl S)
Central locking (excl S)
RDS Radio cassette
Height adjustable driver's seat and steering wheel (excl S)

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      22.02.2001 05:44

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      I am the proud owner of a Kia Mentor and i would rate the car as one of the best cars I have driven. The car is very reliable and is a real pleasure to drive..It has fantastic, and surprising acceleration and can outrun many other cars in the same price bracket. The handling I find to be quite firm and altogether the car is smoothe with the car making virtually no noise whilst driving. I will certainly consider buying another one in the future as I have also owned another car from Kia and find the brand to be very good. The car came equipped with alloy wheels, electric windows and mirrors. It was also fitted with a height adjustable steering wheel and drivers seat. The transmission is a five (5) speed sequential unit which is spot on when changing gear. The engine is a 1600cc unit with electronic fuel injection. The Mentor is based on the Mazda 323 so you are getting the performance of the 323 and quality of the 323 but at the price of the Mentor. The car boasts quite a low insurance rating which bring the running costs of the car down quite a lot.

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