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Posted 20 August 2023

New Kia Ceed Hatchback 1.5T GDi ISG 2 5dr, Kia 7 year warranty

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Kia Ceed Hatchback 1.5T GDi ISG 2 5dr sports a number of great features and technical specs.

This includes a fuel economy of 52MPG combined and 125g/km CO2 emissions from the cylinder, 1482 CC engine with a 6 speed gear box. This produces 158 BHP with a top speed of 130 MPH and a 0 to 62 time of 8.4 seconds. The car fits into insurance group 14E

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  1. Ouzoherb's avatar
    check the servicing costs as a friend said it was way over normal to cover the warranty i guess
    belcher142's avatar
    Cost me £800 for a 5 year service plan. Pretty fair in my opinion. (edited)
  2. JoShmo's avatar
    Is the one in the picture the one you get?
    I don't mean literally but same spec
    issynazar's avatar
    Unfortunately the photos in these types of deals almost always reflect the most aesthetically pleasing version of the line up, but not the actual build they're offering.
  3. mitchbomcanhao's avatar
    This includes a fuel economy of 52MPG combined and 125g/km CO2 emissions from the cylinder, 1482 CC engine with a 6 speed gear box.
    I've got an xceed with that engine. car's computer is overly optimistic in its mileage (regularly between 8 to 15% off). doing mpg calculation on fill-ups, 53mpg was the best ever mileage I got out of it, including plenty of motorway, the average overall is 42. I drive without a rush and I like to optimise for mileage. I also don't commute to work so I'm rarely stuck in traffic (although I do drive around town). I'm not complaining about my particular mileage, but 52 as the overall combined mpg seems wildly optimistic.

    To be fair I do have the 18" wheels and those mpg values are likely when using the 16" ones, but I don't think it would make that much of a difference. (edited)
  4. mrdeeznutz's avatar
    Who the hell would pay 20k for a hatchback lol
    Greeklover69's avatar
    Half the population.
  5. wagendeal's avatar
    Eckers88's avatar
    Those rims 😬
  6. Nicolas's avatar
    Looks like Ford focus on steroids
  7. COUPONKEV's avatar
    Video review of the GT Line model in the photo. here
    bil.hussain's avatar
    Gosh it is ugly (edited)
  8. Animal4321's avatar
    I also have a recently acquired xceed with this engine and find it quite noisy getting away from the lights with a distinct growl not really appropriate to a 1.5l car.
    Also suffers from some indecisiveness at low revs on the 6 speed manual due, it seems, to the throttle body control being set to optimise mpg rather than sportiness!
    watcher456's avatar
    No way to change into a "sport" setting?
  9. SilverBlack's avatar
    The mate has had a nightmare with Kia warranty. Car is only 3 yrs old and emission light came on. Local dealer has the car in twice for 2 weeks at a time to diagnose. Sent info to Kia to OK repairs but still waiting. This has been going on since March....
    long-time-lurker's avatar
    Interesting as a mate has had his back 7/8 times in 18 months... I wouldn't stand for that many faults
  10. Gna5h's avatar
    GTS-Line in the photo is £27,995. The model for £20,000 is the one in Wagendeal's photo.
    rugman's avatar
    Actually I think the model in the photo is the GT Line and is available from the same supplier for £22,423 in metallic orange
  11. BrianButterfield's avatar
    Here's me with my £700 Skoda Fabia that my favourite MOT place fakes the emissions for lol.
    ruhaan90's avatar
    Good MOT place lol
  12. Red_Shift's avatar
    Nice little car but top speed of 130mph is just a pointless statistic.
    satyris's avatar
    not really, if it said top speed 230mph you'd know it was a different proposition entirely. If it said speed limited to 155mph, again that would tell you something. if it says top speed 130mph, you know it's going to be around 7-8000 rpm in 6th gear, so it's a basic indicator of its prestige level you could say lol.
  13. Envx's avatar
    Where's the best place to get a PCP/PCH deal ? Thanks
    Nickdalts's avatar
    Can recommend Flow, got a good deal on my Skoda and customer service was fantastic
  14. Micrometeoroid's avatar
    Amazing price
  15. scrounger's avatar
    How do these compare to Skodas and Ladas for reliability? Once upon a time, these cars were considered unreliable, but they are now top of the league...
    Kankan101's avatar
    Misses used to have a Mk1 Fabia from new back in 2000 and it was a great car, dealers were ok did have to forced them to open on boxing day to replace the already replaced power steering as it kept cutting out on islands and was proper dangerous but other than that they were fine though they always tried to sell you a new car everytime you went in and rang up. When we replaced it they priced themselves to high now for the same quality and we decided not have go with them again, the Kia was ideal for what we needed and it was better than the Leon/Focus/Astra of the time matched them on quality and beat them on price.
  16. aturner123's avatar
    Glad I held off getting the 2020 First Edition
  17. scrounger's avatar
    Colour seems very similar to those ugly Honda Jazz's you see being driven around...

    I'm gonna pass on this one thanks..
    Cremoso99's avatar
    Go to the site and this colour isn't available. The one at this price is solid yellow. £595 for other (metallic) colours.
  18. Dacra's avatar
    I just ordered a Proceed with this same engine on a lease deal for 277/mo.

    Not sure on the relevance, but following this for people's opinions on Kia in general, never had one before.
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