Debut of the facelifted model will be at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, and the car will hit dealers just before Christmas. Modifications will be done to the front grille, headlights and taillamps, and we also expect a slightly refreshed interior. Nothing new, however, will happen under the bonnet: The 1.4-, 1.6- and 2.0-litre petrol engines (109, 126, 143 hp) will continue though the car’s second half of life and so will the two 1.6-litre CRDi diesel engines delivering 90 and 115 hp respectively.
Kia Cee’d Facelift
After three years in the market, Korea’s Golf-beater Kia Cee’d will receive its mid-cycle refresh late this year
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