The Sportswagon version of the cee’d has an extended wheelbase and increased estate style. It brings more of the original car’s agile handling, comfy cabin and family-friendly equipment to Kia’s mid-sized car range.
Roof rails and a new rear spoiler set the cee’d Sportswagon apart from the hatchback. It keeps the unobtrusive body-coloured details and stylish black accents that have become Kia hallmarks. In the cabin, the additions include a centre console armrest and storage box, as well as leather upholstery at higher trims.
A similar engine range to the cee’d is provided for the SW version - diesel options at identical capacities are there to choose from. All of them produce 126bhp and are built with a Diesel Particulate Filter to cut emissions. The estate is more capable when loading and towing, boasting a 1.5-tonne braked trailer weight limit.
EuroNCAP’s five-star rating for the hatchback has also been awarded to the cee’d Sportswagon, and in many ways the estate is even more comprehensively equipped. You’ll still enjoy the security provided by surrounding twin airbags, electronic stability controls and Vehicle Stability Management.