- kia cee'd sw 1.6 diesel 2013
Anyone got one? I so nearly bought the cmax 2 weeks ago but STW put me off with the tdci black death stories – thanks ever so much.
Just looking for a bomb proof diesel estate- not bothered about badge. The 7 year warranty looks good though on this.
Thanks in advance, much appreciatedPosted 6 years ago
My neighbour has one. That is about all I can say about this car 🙂Posted 6 years ago
I have a 2010 Hyundai i30. It’s grey in every way. I love it.
The new c’eed looks good, if it’s anything like the old one it will be solid, have a good warranty and be comfy.
It won’t be a particularly sporty drive or the worlds best finished car. But if that’s what you were after, you wouldnt be looking a c-maxs either!Posted 6 years ago
thanks – I see the i30 & ceed are the same car underneath.
Any diesel particulate filter issues?
CheersPosted 6 years ago
We’ve got an 11 plate Soul, which probably has the same diesel lump in it.Posted 6 years ago
It’s been faultless.
New Ce’ed’s are great cars. We’ve had one (Wife works for Kia, so we’ve had pretty much all their cars as a company car at some point).Posted 6 years ago
thanks all, brilliant news.
Seems its just badge snobbery they don’t sell more. I like the sportage but saw the ceed, nice looking car.Posted 6 years ago
I have the petrol C’eed and it’s great, I test drove both and didn’t think that the diesel was better, neither are stupendous performance but I wasn’t expecting it 🙂 the SW has a bit more boot space than the hatch but not that much
you need to have service stamps to keep the warranty valid, you don’t have to have dealerFSH just authorisedPosted 6 years ago
I was surprised recently- the Nissan Note 1.2 (supercharged petrol) has really great economy and is only 13k new.
Would you consider one of these?Posted 6 years ago
cheers – funny I saw the note & looked twice as the new model looks nice. I actually like the kia – either carens/sportage or ceed.Posted 6 years ago
A lease company is doing them for £110 for 2yrs 23+6 at 10,000miles if it helps.Posted 6 years ago
Seems its just badge snobbery they don’t sell more.
Sell a lot more than you’d think, already overtaken Skoda in the UK and they’re massive in the US.Posted 6 years ago
A mate has one, seems happy with it. I’ve driven the I30 version of that engine in hire cars, very nice to drive, but no long term experiencesPosted 6 years ago
We have a standard Ceed and a SW version and think they are great cars. Previously I had a Golf plus and enjoy the ride in the Ceed more.
There is a fair amount of badge snobbery out there – but who cares. I can fit my bikes easily into both cars and they are perfect for going to/from work and keeping the family happy on long journeys…..
whats not to like>Posted 6 years ago
I had a ceed pre-lease car before I got my Astra and I liked it. Lots of well thought out storage, great stereo, put together very well indeed. I didn’t get a choice in my works car but if if have had one I would have been quite happy. The Diesel engine seemed a bit weedy and the handling isn’t as good as a Focus (but what is?) but as a useful comfy car to be in all day (if needed) then it seemed like a winner. I drove it for about 2 months.Posted 6 years ago
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