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
The top-tier ‘4’ trim gets some aesthetic upgrades as well as a panoramic sunroof with electronically sliding blind, leather upholstery, electronically controlled driver seat adjustment, heated rear seats, ventilated front seats (in the PHEV), 40/20/40 split folding rear seats, blind-spot collision warning and the eight-speaker JBL stereo system (not available on the PHEV).
The engineSee full engine specs
This plug-in hybrid combines a 1.6-litre petrol engine with a battery pack and electric motor. Fully charged, it’ll do 29 miles, according to official figures, but it isn’t as swift as more powerful PHEV rivals.
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