Kia launches the ComfortLine for the XCeed and with that comes a new entry version. This greatly benefits the basic price of the increased Deed.
€2,000 will now be deducted from the previous basic price of €29,995. As a result, of course, some of the standard equipment’s luxury is also taken away. With the ComfortLine, for example, 16-inch wheels make contact with the road; with the DynamicLine 18-inch units. The standard air conditioning must also be set manually, instead of the automatic control over two zones with the Dynamic. The entry-level XCeed also gets a slightly smaller screen for the multimedia (8-inch instead of 10.25) without standard navigation.
For DAB +, a rain sensor and parking sensors in the rear bumper, Kia also redirects the customer to the DynamicLine. Now it looks like a scanty affair with the ComfortLine, but with a reversing camera, cruise control, automatic LED lighting all around and various chrome details in and on the carriage, it is certainly not an issue. Kia puts the 120 hp 1.0 T-GDi under the hood. The XCeed ComfortLine is available immediately.