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Used Kia Cee’d 2012-present review

Used Kia Cee’d 12-present
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Which used Kia Ceed hatchback should I buy?

True to Kia’s value-for-money approach, even entry-level 1 models get you air conditioning, electric windows, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and 15in alloy wheels. Upgrading to 2 trim provides 16in alloys, cruise control, electric windows and the variable steering system.

Next up is (surprise, surprise) 3 trim. This gives you automatic headlights and wipers, adjustable lumbar support, sat-nav and dual-zone climate control.

Next up is 4, which adds leather seats, a heated steering wheel, keyless entry and a colour TFT trip computer screenbetween the instrument dials. At the top of the range is the 4 Tech with its electrically adjustable seats, parking assistance functions and panoramic sunroof.

Later SR7 models are our recommendedation. This spec slots in between 1 and 2 in terms of price but has extras such as dual-zone climate control and automatic headlights.

GT models, meanwhile, introduced sportier touches such as Recaro seats and a subtle bodykit.

Unless you cover a lot of miles, we’d be inclined to stick with the 1.4 petrol. It might not be the liveliest of engines, but it’s smooth enough and good value.

Our favourite Kia Cee’d: 1.4 GDI SR7

 

Used Kia Cee’d 12-present

Which used Kia Ceed hatchback should I buy?

True to Kia’s value-for-money approach, even entry-level 1 models get you air conditioning, electric windows, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and 15in alloy wheels. Upgrading to 2 trim provides 16in alloys, cruise control, electric windows and the variable steering system.

Next up is (surprise, surprise) 3 trim. This gives you automatic headlights and wipers, adjustable lumbar support, sat-nav and dual-zone climate control.

Next up is 4, which adds leather seats, a heated steering wheel, keyless entry and a colour TFT trip computer screenbetween the instrument dials. At the top of the range is the 4 Tech with its electrically adjustable seats, parking assistance functions and panoramic sunroof.

Later SR7 models are our recommendedation. This spec slots in between 1 and 2 in terms of price but has extras such as dual-zone climate control and automatic headlights.

GT models, meanwhile, introduced sportier touches such as Recaro seats and a subtle bodykit.

Unless you cover a lot of miles, we’d be inclined to stick with the 1.4 petrol. It might not be the liveliest of engines, but it’s smooth enough and good value.

Our favourite Kia Cee’d: 1.4 GDI SR7

 

Used Kia Cee’d 12-present
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