The Pro_cee’d’s spec 3 is priced almost identically to the equivalent five-door Cee’d, warranting only a £300 cheaper list price. Bravely, Kia thinks the three-door’s style means buyers will pay the same as they would for its more practical five-door sister, and there’s no denying that the Pro_cee’d is still a well priced and equipped car.
Similarly powered competitors from Ford and Vauxhall can cost an extra £2000 and still don't come so well equipped. Plus, there is considerable appeal to Kia’s excellent seven-year warranty, while other running costs should prove competitive, particularly the very decent economy you’ll get from any of the diesel engines.
Residuals are also decent, with the diesel models retaining around 55 percent of their value after three years and 30,000 miles.