The Ceed Sportswagon from Kia offers value for money with its roomy interior, generous equipment levels and frugal engines. This practical estate car is available in a number of trim levels, beginning with ‘1’.
The Ceed Sportswagon possesses a number of eye-catching features, including a chrome-trimmed front grille and colour-keyed fixtures such as bumpers, door handles and wide-view door mirrors. The latter are electrically adjustable and heated, the vehicle is also fitted with tinted glass, a rear spoiler and roof rails. Standard illumination includes follow-me-home headlights, daytime running lights and a high-mounted LED brake light.
A spacious and comfortable five-person cabin provides an adjustable position for the driver, as well as a rake-and-reach-adjustable steering wheel. Other standard features include electric front windows (with auto-up/down facility), air-conditioning, power-assisted steering and remote central locking. Stowage provision includes an illuminated and refrigerated glovebox, a centre console storage box and cup-holders. An under-floor compartment is located in the vehicle’s 528-litre, which also includes a 12-volt power point. With rear seats folded, cargo capacity can be increased to as much as 1,642 litres.
Ceed Sportswagon Versions
|Ceed Sportswagon '2'||From £19,850|
|Ceed Sportswagon '2 NAV'||From £20,650|
|Ceed Sportswagon '3'||From £22,460|
A range of cost-effective engines include a 1.4-litre 89bhp diesel unit which comes as standard with entry-level ‘1’ grades. This delivers up to 67.3mpg and a 109g/km CO2 emission figure. Offering even greater fuel-efficiency (and available with ‘2’ trims and above) is a 1.6-litre 134bhp diesel engine that returns as much as 72.4mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 102g/km. Both options are paired with six-speed manual transmission.
Audio entertainment is provided by a six-speaker sound system (with DAB radio and a CD player), which can be operated using steering wheel-mounted controls. Bluetooth connectivity, MP3 compatibility and USB and AUX ports are included as standard too.
The ceed Sportswagon has been awarded a five-star rating by Euro NCAP, and driving aids include Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Hill-start Assist, Emergency Stop Signalling and Electronic Stability Control. Among the vehicle’s range of passive safety elements are multiple airbags, ISOFIX anchorage points and top tethers, seatbelt reminders and impact-sensing automatic door unlocking.
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