The Cee’d may be cheaper than the more established competition, but Kia didn’t cut down on standard equipment. In the no-frills specification, the Cee’d comes with height adjustment for the driver’s seat, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, center console armrest, air conditioning, buttons on the steering wheel, electric front windows with auto up/down function, remote central locking, and much more.
Also as standard, the 2016 Kia Cee’d revels in a 6-speaker auto system with CD player, DAB Radio, MP3 compatibility, USB and AUX ports, as well as voice recognition and music streaming via Bluetooth. Safety features abound as well, with highlights such as hill-start assist, lots of airbags, ESC, speed sensing auto door locks, and tire pressure monitoring system. Whichever way you look at it, that’s a lot of equipment for the least costly configuration in the Kia Cee’d lineup.
High-spec models up the ante with things like a power panoramic sunroof with roll blind, Xenon adaptive headlights, electrically folding side mirrors with LED indicators, cruise control, auto-dimming rearview mirror, memory and power adjustable driver’s seat, and power lumbar support for the passenger seat.
A reversing camera is also available, as is a multifunction LCD color display for the instrument cluster and a 7-inch sat nav system with TomTom functionalities that include Traffic, Speed Cameras, Weather Updates, and Local Search. Only well-specced models of the Cee’d five-door hatchback come with an electronic parking brake.
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