Four engines are available in the Venga – two petrol and two diesel – and the entry-level petrol unit, a 1.4 with 89bhp, is the pick of them. Its eager, flexible nature really suits the car, and it’s the smoothest, quietest engine on offer. You won’t really notice the increase in power you get from the 123bhp 1.6, especially if you specify it with the four-speed automatic gearbox. The entry-level diesel, a 1.4 with 89bhp, feels rather too flat and gives off far too much noise and vibration. We haven’t yet tried the other diesel, a 1.6 with 114bhp.. The Kia Venga is a decent package, but it can’t match the best small MPVs on practicality, quality or driver appeal. It’s not all that cheap to buy, either. The Venga’s big windows and split windscreen pillars give you a good view of the road ahead. However, although there’s two-way steering. Find the specifications, prices and features of the the new Kia Venga. Discover its stylish design, with three special interiors, four engine options, all-round safety and bucket loads of storage.