Our sleek Kia Ceed Sportswagon is the ideal option for large families and groups of friends. Our 2019-2020 models are fuel-efficient all-rounders that are ready to be part of your Icelandic adventure.
Looking for a comfy companion car for your adventures with plenty of room? Go for the Kia Ceed Sportswagon. This car seats five people with ample room and has plenty of space for those who like to be prepared. With a 625 litre boot, you should be able to comfortably fit a compact buggy and plenty of suitcases in.
The Kia Cee'd Sportswagon is well known for being easy to drive, and its superior handling. Couple this with a wealth of features such as USB charging ports, AUX audio port, CD player, radio and Bluetooth compatibility and you have yourself the perfect companion for a road trip. There are plenty of practical features of the Cee'd, too. A heated steering wheel and seats, cruise control, a speed limiter and power steering as standard will make the miles of the Golden Circle disappear beneath your tyres and make for a smooth, comfortable, and safe journey.
In the Winter months, we also fit the Kia Cee'd Sportswagon with studded tyres for added peace of mind.
So, if you need to ensure that your family or friends are comfortable and have plenty of room for their baggage, you can’t go wrong with the Kia Ceed Sportswagon.
The Kia Ceed Sportswagon offers superior comfort on asphalt roads, but please note that this car is not suitable for highland F-Roads. If you want to explore Iceland's F-Roads, we recommend you browse our range of 4x4's.
The Kia Cee'd Sportswagon is compatible with Group 0, 1, and 2 forward and rearward facing ISOFIX child seats in the back near and off-side passenger seats.
Travelling as a pair? Fold the back seats down and you have 1,642 litres of boot capacity.
The car was in great condition and very clean. Not sure what the year of the model was, but it was very new and had all the modern functions that I needed to drive comfortably. Customer service was great, I would return to Lotus Car Rental if I ever need to rent a car again while staying in Iceland.