Thursday December 12, 2019

What’s in a name for new Kia Ceed?

The Korean carmaker has tidied up its signature hatchback in a big way, writes Dave Humphreys

12th August, 2018
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The Kia Ceed has lost its apostrophe and gained a sleek new look

It’s only when you look back at the first-generation Kia cee’d [sic] which debuted in 2006 that you see the rate at which the Korean carmaker has upped its game. First used to entice buyers unsure of the relatively unknown brand name, its seven-year warranty is now offered as a vote of self-confidence in its own product – or so the marketing people would like you to think.

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