/Kia cee’d Trim 4 Now Available

Kia cee’d Trim 4 Now Available

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Kia Motors added a new top of the range ‘4’ trim to the cee’d lineup in the UK.

The cee’d ‘4’ family hatchback and cee’d SW ‘4’ family estate are both powered by the same 1.6-litre CRDi turbodiesel engine that produces 126bhp at 4,000rpm – up from 113bhp on other trim versions – and 188lb/ft torque (255Nm) from 1,900 to 2,750rpm.

A six-speed manual or a 4-speed auto ‘box are available.

The high-spec reasonably priced car comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, black bezel headlights and rear window privacy glass and mirror indicators on the outside, and full black leather upholstery, combined with front heated seats, and a leather trimmed steering wheel and gear-knob add a luxurious feel.  Driver convenience has been enhanced by the addition of cruise control, with steering wheel mounted controls, and electrically-operated heated and folding door mirrors inside.

High-tech features are in abundance on the ‘4’.  A seven-inch colour touch screen system acts as the infotainment hub and controls a fully-integrated colour satellite navigation system, complete with European mapping, as well as the radio, CD player, iPod connectivity and Bluetooth hands-free systems.  In addition, an advanced parking camera system offers a colour view of obstacles to the rear of the vehicle and is displayed on the same screen.  The cee’d SW version adds the extra convenience of audible reverse parking sensors to this list.

The cee’d ‘4’ and cee’d SW ‘4’ are available to order now and priced at £19,195 and £20,345 respectively. If you want automatic transmission that is another £1,100. So not that reasonably priced after all.

cee’d ‘4’ cee’d SW ‘4’ (Manual) cee’d SW ‘4’ (Auto)
Economy (combined mpg) 62.8 60.1 48.7
CO2 emissions (g/km) 119 124 154
Acceleration (0-60mph) 10.6 10.8 12.1
Top speed (mph) 122 122 115
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