For a start, there’s stacks of space in the cabin, and the boot is big enough to hold a growing family’s luggage. And, if you need any more space, the rear bench splits and folds, too.
All three engines are fine on a steady cruise. The ride – adequate on smooth surfaces – deteriorates as soon as the road surface does, and the car feels wallowy through a series of corners.
While the cabin has plenty of kit, the design lacks any flair, and you don’t get the same feeling of quality that you do with European rivals. Still, it’s all planned out logically and easy to use. For more information on Kia Magentis you can visit the official website of Kia.