There isn’t a lot of excitement in the Kia Ceed’s interior but the quality of the build will impress you
The perceived quality of the Ceed’s dashboard beats the class average, if not quite matching the honed-from-granite feel of the Volkswagen Golf. There are chrome highlights around the car’s instruments and while there are quite a few buttons on the dashboard it’s easy to get your head around and the controls feel robust.
The Ceed's interior looks smart and is well built but but above all it's very easy to use
Ceed 3 models and above come with a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system that now offers real-time updates for traffic, weather conditions and speed camera locations. It’s an easy system to use with conventional buttons that make it simple to navigate quickly. That said, it doesn’t integrate with your smartphone as intuitively as some and it does without Apple Carplay or Android Auto, which allows the screen to mirror the display of your smartphone.