The modelRead full review
The Kia XCeed tries to mixes an SUV with a family hatchback, but doesn't pull it off. The regular Kia Ceed is more cost effective, the Seat Leon is roomier and better to drive, and SUVs like the Skoda Karoq are available for similar money and bring real practicality advantagesget the best price
The trimSee full equipment
‘Connect’ trim adds quite a lot to the XCeed, starting with an upgraded 10.25in touchscreen infotainment system with in-built sat nav. It also adds larger 18in alloy wheels, premium paint, lumbar adjustment, cloth and faux leather upholstery, an electric parking brake and electronically controlled and folded door mirrors.
The engineSee full engine specs
This entry-level 1.0-litre petrol engine has a modest 118bhp but enough low down poke for most situations. It’s our pick of the range.
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