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The Kia Ceed Sportswagon is competitive in lots of areas but, unlike the best rival estates, it fails to be outstanding anywhere and give us a compelling reason to recommend it over the better-handling Ford Focus, the more practical Skoda Octavia, the fuel-efficient Toyota Corolla or the more refined and comfortable Volkswagen Golf. The option of a PHEV is great for company car drivers, but that's not as good as the similarly priced and much bigger Skoda Superb Estate iV.get the best price
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No Ceed Sportswagon is poorly equipped. Even entry-level 2 cars get automatic headlights, air conditioning, cruise control, 16in alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and all-round electric windows.Plus you can add the 8.0in touchscreen with smartphone connectivity (Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), a reversing camera and lots of safety kit. However, pricier Ceed Sportswagons offer greater versatility.
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The cheapest petrol engine is the 118bhp 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder (1.0 T-GDi) that provides the sort of pace most buyers will find adequate (0-60mph takes 10.9sec), even on the motorway. Just bear in mind that it does need plenty of revs to get up to speed and will struggle with heavier loads.
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