Kia Ceed has become a plug-in hybridFebruary 13, 2020
For the first time, Kia has expanded Ceed’s product range with an expanded version. Delivery starts in April, prices are already announced.
Of the four body types, two versions initially receive a plug-in hybrid powertrain: the Ceed Sportswagon and the raised XCeed. The Stationwagon plugin is available from 34,495 euros, the base price of the XCeed cross-version is 1,000 euros higher. DynamicLine becomes the entry-level version for both models.
In addition to navigation, a rear view camera, cruise control, universal LED lights, 16-inch alloy wheels and partially leather-covered seats are standard features. Prices rise to € 38,995 for the station wagon and € 39,995 for the XCeed for the ExecutiveLine with an automatic tailgate, full leather upholstery and a digital instrument panel.
In all cases, a 1.6-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine is installed under the hood along with a 60-horsepower electric motor and an 8.9 kWh battery. The total power of the system is 141 hp. and a torque of 265 Nm.
The XCeed full electric range on a single charge is 58 kilometers. Both cars can tow a trailer weighing no more than 1300 kg. The maximum traction weight is 600 kg without braking.
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