The Korean company is announcing that the Kia ceed and pro ceed hatchbacks are now available with the  economical 1.6 CRDi turbodiesel engine under the VR-7 CRDi Special Edition badge.
As you can imagine the Kia ceed and pro ceed VR-7 CRDi Special Edition models also come with a number of additional features which would help buyers save up to 815 GBP, as apposed to adding the same kind of equipment separately.
The Kia ceed and pro ceed VR-7 CRDi Special Edition come with Bluetooh and iPod connectivity, reverse parking sensors, body-coated 16-inch alloys, healed, electrical exterior mirrors, a 6-speaker CD/stereo, a leather wrapped steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake lever plus ‘one-touch’ electric front windows.
The 1.6-litre CRDi engine powering the Kia ceed and pro ceed VR-7 CRDi Special Edition models is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission , and is able to develop 89 bhp @ 4,000 rpm and 173 lb-ft of torque from 1,750 rpm.
Accelerating from o to 60 mph takes 13.5 seconds, and top speed is 107 mph. in terms of efficiency the Kia ceed and pro ceed VR-7 CRDi Special Edition are able to return 65.7 mpg in a combined cycle (UK rating) and have CO2 emissions levels of 113 g/Km.
Pricing for the Kia ceed and pro ceed VR-7 CRDi Special Edition models starts at 31,155 GBP and 32,635 GBP respectively. 
Kia press release :

  • VR-7 cee’d and pro_cee’d special editions now available with 1.6 CRDi engine
  • Up to £815 saving over the current entry level diesel 5-door model
  • New top-of-the-range Sorento KX-3 Sat-Nav version
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Kia has boosted the diesel line-up of its cee’d model range by
introducing a new VR-7 special edition of the cee’d and pro_cee’d.  A
new top-of-the-range version of Sorento has also been launched.
cee’d and pro_cee’d VR-7 special edition
Initially launched as a 1.4-litre petrol version in September, the
VR-7 special edition is now available with Kia’s economical 1.6 CRDi
turbodiesel engine in both the cee’d and pro_cee’d family hatchbacks.
The VR-7 special edition adds a host of extra equipment, as well as
offering a cost saving of up to £815, over the entry-level ‘1’ trim
5-door model it is based upon.  Bluetooth, iPod connectivity and reverse
parking sensors add extra convenience whilst 16-inch alloy wheels and
body-coded, heated and electrically operated door mirrors enhance the
exterior looks.  Inside, a 6-speaker CD/stereo, leather finish to the
steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake lever and ‘one-touch’ electric
front windows complete the list of additional equipment.
Powered by Kia’s 1.6 CRDi engine, and mated to a six-speed manual
gearbox, the VR-7 versions deliver 89bhp at 4,000rpm and peak torque of
173lb/ft from just 1,750rpm.  The 0-60 mph dash takes 13.5 seconds and a
comfortable motorway cruise is ensured by a 107mph top speed.  CO2 emissions of 113g/km (VED band ‘C’) and a combined cycle economy of 65.7mpg ensure low running costs.
The cee’d was the first vehicle from any Korean manufacturer to
achieve a 5-star Euro NCAP rating when it was tested back in 2007 and
the VR-7 has a comprehensive array of safety features.  A Vehicle
Stability Management System – Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with
Brake-Assist System (BAS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and
Hill-start Assist System (HAC) – serves to actively help prevent
incidents.
The VR-7 1.6 CRDi pro_cee’d is priced at just £13,220 OTR and the
VR-7 1.6 CRDi cee’d at £13,420 OTR (both prices include VAT at the new
20% rate).  As with every new Kia, an industry-leading seven year
warranty comes as standard.  Ordering opens today across the UK Kia
dealer network.
New top-of-the-range ‘Sat-Nav’ versions of the Sorento SUV
Building on the successful ‘KX-3’ top-of-the-range trim level, the
new Sorento ‘KX-3 Sat-Nav’ adds an integrated satellite navigation
system, an uprated Hi-Fi and a colour reversing camera system to the
specification of Kia’s flagship SUV.
The ‘KX-3 Sat-Nav’ is available in All Wheel Drive with a 2.2 CRDi
engine and a choice of 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic
transmissions.
Featuring a 6.5” colour touch-screen, the fully-integrated satellite
navigation system offers European mapping, motorway junction views, lane
guidance, speed limit warnings, multi-route planning (Fast, Short, Eco)
and tour planners.  There is also easy access to a ‘Parking Location’
function. 
The audio performance has been substantially upgraded with the
addition of an external amplifier and a subwoofer to the standard
6-speaker set-up.  The touch screen unit is used to control the audio
system as well as the Bluetooth functionality – the contact directories
of up to eight mobile phones can be controlled from the screen.
The final piece of extra equipment on this new version is an advanced
reversing camera which offers a colour view of any obstacles to the
rear of the car when reverse gear is selected.  The image is displayed
on the 6.5” touch screen display.  A similar system is also available on
the new Sportage crossover and certain versions of the Soul
urban-crossover.
Available to order now, the Sorento ‘KX-3 Sat-Nav’ Manual and ‘KX-3
Sat-Nav’ Automatic versions are both rated insurance group 30 and 
priced at £31,155 OTR and £32,635 OTR respectively (including VAT at the
new 20% rate).

Source: Kia