Kia Ceed Sportswagon 1.0 T-GDi 118 2 NAV 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £4851.36 (24 month lease) - 21st Century Motors
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Kia Ceed Sportswagon 1.0 T-GDi 118 2 NAV 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £4851.36 (24 month lease) - 21st Century Motors

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Posted 10th Nov
Decent price for a mid size estate, works out to just over £200 a month. Decent spec for an entry level model.

Think the picture is wrong as it shows the Proceed not the Sportswagon.
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Picture looks correct:

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Looks ok for a practical hatchback/small estate with a good warranty, but cringy calling it a "Sportswagon" though.
Edited by: "M_z" 10th Nov
C apostrophe eed
m5rcc10/11/2019 12:02

Picture looks correct:[Image]


Proceed is more of a shooting brake shape at the back.
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1 ltr...its only a motorbike engine in a big bloody car...
Edited by: "youchoose" 10th Nov
Had one of these yesterday whilst my Sportage was having a check. It was great. Plenty of power on tap but needs the gearbox working. Fun thing. Good boot.
bellboys10/11/2019 12:18

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Engines have got way better recently but I still think this will be way under powered.
youchoose10/11/2019 12:20

Engines have got way better recently but I still think this will be way …Engines have got way better recently but I still think this will be way under powered.




I have a 1 litre Hyundai i30 (same engine) and it's a brilliant engine. Not for boy racers mind. But I'm not.

Edit: see the post directly above yours
Edited by: "bellboys" 10th Nov
youchoose10/11/2019 12:14

1 ltr...its only a motorbike engine in a big bloody car...


Who cares how big the cylinders are? It's the Power and torque that matters
youchoose10/11/2019 12:14

1 ltr...its only a motorbike engine in a big bloody car...


Oh to not understand the modern combustion engine ......
Incredible value. I've been driving Ce'eds for 11 years now. Good cars.
Op can you not update the picture yet?
Surely it’s false advertising like many of the leasing companies are guilty of when they put a top spec model pic when advertising the base model.
Hmmm maybe I should have put a Ferrari pic on my picanto deal :/
200 quids cheaper on leasing.com minus the navigation
any deals (or forum) for used cars with HP?
What part of this car is “sport”?
mattboland10/11/2019 17:52

What part of this car is “sport”?


It's the way all manufacturers are going now, and to be fair there is a market there.
Small engine, lower power but kitted like a 150mph, 4 sec 0-60 speed machine and then call it sport Line or GT Line.

Initially I thought it was a gimmick, but now see the logic, why should you need to buy a speed machine if you only want sport seats with bigger wheels and body kit but with decent economy and lower insurance.
Im confused the image in the ad is NOT the sports wagon but the Proceed so are you getting a sports wagon or a Proceed ?
Would love to know what the power specs are for this engine. Somehow I can’t help but feel it’s significantly underpowered and will definitely be so when loaded up with people and stuff.
kwl14711/11/2019 09:52

Would love to know what the power specs are for this engine. Somehow I …Would love to know what the power specs are for this engine. Somehow I can’t help but feel it’s significantly underpowered and will definitely be so when loaded up with people and stuff.


120bhp 175nm of torque. I have the i30 tourer with the same engine it drives fine plenty of low end shove like a diesel, I've driven it 5 up I'm 6.7 and a bit fat and can fit adults behind me, get 45mpg around town and 55+ cruising at 70ish. Doesn't feel underpowered and you don't need to rev it out to get moving. Had a Yeti 2.0 diesel before this and it feels very similar. Size isn't everything!!
smellybum7811/11/2019 10:52

120bhp 175nm of torque. I have the i30 tourer with the same engine it …120bhp 175nm of torque. I have the i30 tourer with the same engine it drives fine plenty of low end shove like a diesel, I've driven it 5 up I'm 6.7 and a bit fat and can fit adults behind me, get 45mpg around town and 55+ cruising at 70ish. Doesn't feel underpowered and you don't need to rev it out to get moving. Had a Yeti 2.0 diesel before this and it feels very similar. Size isn't everything!!


Torque doesn’t sound great but otherwise sounds good. I guess it depends on the power band, if a model was ever run on a dyno, to when the power really kicks in but sounds good all the same for this money.

Can only expect so much at this price. Still a brand new car. Only doubt in my mind would be styling and ride comfort. Ride comfort being the most important. Zero need for sporty stiff suspension at this level.

45 in town and 55+ on motorway is certainly surprising for such a type of car and engine. I’ve heard bad things in terms of economy regarding one litre petrol engines.
kwl14711/11/2019 14:03

Torque doesn’t sound great but otherwise sounds good. I guess it depends o …Torque doesn’t sound great but otherwise sounds good. I guess it depends on the power band, if a model was ever run on a dyno, to when the power really kicks in but sounds good all the same for this money. Can only expect so much at this price. Still a brand new car. Only doubt in my mind would be styling and ride comfort. Ride comfort being the most important. Zero need for sporty stiff suspension at this level. 45 in town and 55+ on motorway is certainly surprising for such a type of car and engine. I’ve heard bad things in terms of economy regarding one litre petrol engines.


For what it's worth I've driven a 1l ecoboost Focus estate and maybe on a nice smooth motorway run at 60 you'll get around that, but with a car full of people I was getting 36mpg tops. Worse than my 1.6 MK1 focus estate which on my current commute is getting around 40mpg.

I've recently driven a brand new (<100 miles on it) Mégane 1.2 TCE estate and that felt pretty nippy, didn't struggle for torque on hills and got an indicated 45mpg with cruise control on at 76 on the motorway. The engine has similar power and torque figures to this Kia.
Edited by: "thel33ter" 11th Nov
kwl14711/11/2019 14:03

Torque doesn’t sound great but otherwise sounds good. I guess it depends o …Torque doesn’t sound great but otherwise sounds good. I guess it depends on the power band, if a model was ever run on a dyno, to when the power really kicks in but sounds good all the same for this money. Can only expect so much at this price. Still a brand new car. Only doubt in my mind would be styling and ride comfort. Ride comfort being the most important. Zero need for sporty stiff suspension at this level. 45 in town and 55+ on motorway is certainly surprising for such a type of car and engine. I’ve heard bad things in terms of economy regarding one litre petrol engines.


Mines running 15inch rims plenty of tyre squish and 45 quids to replace because of a rogue screw!! The lower model is available on leasing.com cheaper, no sporty credentials with that one just cheaps motoring
thel33ter11/11/2019 16:57

For what it's worth I've driven a 1l ecoboost Focus estate and maybe on a …For what it's worth I've driven a 1l ecoboost Focus estate and maybe on a nice smooth motorway run at 60 you'll get around that, but with a car full of people I was getting 36mpg tops. Worse than my 1.6 MK1 focus estate which on my current commute is getting around 40mpg.I've recently driven a brand new (<100 miles on it) Mégane 1.2 TCE estate and that felt pretty nippy, didn't struggle for torque on hills and got an indicated 45mpg with cruise control on at 76 on the motorway. The engine has similar power and torque figures to this Kia.


Tough on the small engine when the car is loaded up and extremely heavy. Really have to give it some, to get the car moving which impacts on the economy. Interesting that it was so bad that it was worse than a 1.6 focus estate.

45mpg at 76mph isn’t bad for a petrol.
smellybum7811/11/2019 17:43

Mines running 15inch rims plenty of tyre squish and 45 quids to replace …Mines running 15inch rims plenty of tyre squish and 45 quids to replace because of a rogue screw!! The lower model is available on leasing.com cheaper, no sporty credentials with that one just cheaps motoring


15 inch sounds like it makes for a comfortable ride. Don’t quite understand the love affair most people seem to have with big rims. £45 is nothing compared to the brand new tyres I see for 17 to 19 inch rims lol. Like £250 a tyre and that’s when they’re cheap!
kwl14716/11/2019 13:57

15 inch sounds like it makes for a comfortable ride. Don’t quite u …15 inch sounds like it makes for a comfortable ride. Don’t quite understand the love affair most people seem to have with big rims. £45 is nothing compared to the brand new tyres I see for 17 to 19 inch rims lol. Like £250 a tyre and that’s when they’re cheap!


Its all vanity, I'll take bottom spec all day long. Mine was collected yesterday no charges for anything even though the parcel cover was split where it meets the handle bit, she put it down as wear and tear, it's cost me 165quids extra in 18months 1 service and 1 tyre
smellybum7816/11/2019 16:04

Its all vanity, I'll take bottom spec all day long. Mine was collected …Its all vanity, I'll take bottom spec all day long. Mine was collected yesterday no charges for anything even though the parcel cover was split where it meets the handle bit, she put it down as wear and tear, it's cost me 165quids extra in 18months 1 service and 1 tyre


To be fair, most cars that aren’t from German manufacturers come well equipped. Almost to the degree that you have the essentials out of the box.

All comes down to the features you want but I’ve never understood paying extra for larger rims and a more uncomfortable ride. Maybe aesthetics really do count for a lot for most people.
SClub10/11/2019 14:29

Incredible value. I've been driving Ce'eds for 11 years now. Good cars.


Great cars, had mine (12 plate) for over 2 years now.
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