More than just good looks to Kia’s new XCeed
Its attractive appearance will draw buyers in, but the Korean company’s latest model is highly driveable too
The Kia XCeed is a new five-door, five-seat car from the South Korean company, sitting between the Stonic and the Sportage in the crossover/SUV part of the range.
Indeed, its cleverly constructed name hints at its underpinnings, which are shared with the Kia Ceed line-up. In truth, it’s more hatchback than it is SUV. Sure, the ride height is raised in comparison with the regular Kia Ceed hatchback, but there is no four-wheel-drive option....
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