A high driving position gives a good view of the road ahead, and the split windscreen pillars - with their large glass panels - help make visibility better. The seat and steering wheel adjustment could do with more range, though. The amount of buttons on the dashboard is a little daunting, too.
Kia Venga space & practicality
There's lots of interior space for a supermini-sized car, thanks to the tall body and relatively big boot. The sliding rear seats also mean you can alter the bias between the two. The rear seats drop down flat when you want extra cargo space, and a removable boot floor can be shifted upwards to give a level load area. It all works reasonably well, but it's nothing revolutionary.
Kia Venga equipment
The Venga range structure is as simple as 1, 2, 3. The entry-level 1 models come with remote control locking, electric front windows and a CD player with USB socket, while 1 Air trim brings air-con. Stepping up to a 2 brings alloy wheels and a leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio controls. Range-topping 3 models have climate control, privacy glass, powered rear windows and a panoramic sunroof.