The new Kia Ceed Sportswagon was unveiled at the Geneva International Motorshow earlier this year.
The high-tech medium-sized touring estate has striking modern looks and comes packed with innovative, practical features. Highlights of the new model include the availability of advanced driver assistance systems including an automatic lane-following system, an ultra-clean new diesel option and a class-leading boot.
The more observant of you will notice the apostrophe has been removed from the name of Kia’s familiar and highly successful cee’d range, and along with the new name comes a dynamic modern styling and a long list of standard equipment for the Sportwagon.
Inside and out, the design suggests a bold and sophisticated dynamism. This is a car that will be fun to drive, and with a host of smart technologies, your luxury, comfort and safety will be better than ever.
The new Ceed Sportwagon is lower and broader than its predecessor and boasts a striking, contemporary modern design. Standard LED daytime running lights hint at the technology beneath the surface. In profile, the sharp, straight lines visually lengthen the bonnet and give the car a more upright stance.
To the rear, new LED taillights sit under the boot spoiler completed the look from behind. The new Ceed Sportswagon sits on either 15-inch” or 16-inch steel wheels, 16-inch aluminium alloy wheels, or 17-inch two-tone diamond cut alloys. There are also 12 exterior paint colours to choose from.
The Ceed Sportswagon will be powered by a wide choice of engines to meet any requirements. Buyers can choose between three petrol engines: Kia’s popular 1.0-litre T-GDi turbocharged engine, producing 120ps; a new 1.4-litre T-GDi turbo unit, producing 140ps; or a 100ps 1.4-litre MPi (multi-point injection) engine.
The new Ceed is also available with Kia’s all-new ‘U3’ diesel engine. Designed to go beyond the stricter limits laid down by the latest Euro 6d TEMP emissions standard, the new ultra-clean ‘U3’ 1.6-litre CRDi (common-rail direct injection) uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) active emissions control technology to significantly reduce emissions. Available with a choice of power outputs (115 and 136ps), the new 1.6-litre diesel produces 280 Nm of torque.Text here ...