What should I look for in a used Kia Ceed estate?
It’s vital to check that your Cee'd Sportswagon has had its servicing work carried out at a Kia dealer, otherwise the transferable seven-year warranty will cease to be valid. A full service history is essential. Look out for any scrapes and dents picked up in tight city centre car parks at the front and the rear of the car.
What are the most common problems with a used Kia Ceed estate?
Some owners have reported doors failing to lock, while others have had headlight units replaced under warranty due to flickering driving lights. Check the Bluetooth and (if fitted) sat-nav work properly, too. Other than that, the Cee'd SW has been impressively immune from otherwise common faults.
Is a used Kia Ceed estate reliable?
The Cee'd finished in 16th place in its class in our most recent reliability survey with an overall score of 76% – a good score despite the mid-table ranking. Kia as a brand finished in 11th place out of 32 manufacturers in the same survey.