USS Enterprise or Soviet gulag inside?
Sensibly laid out, if a bit drab, with details reminiscent of a US minivan: massive, thin-rimmed steering wheel, whopping gearlever and kit to rival some yachts. Touchscreen easy to navigate but looks low-rent.
More cubbies than a hiker’s backpack?
Cupholders for fat travel mugs and centre console storage deeper than an ocean trench. Door bins it a litre bottle but at an awkward angle, while lockable glovebox is useful but small.
Can adults actually it in the third row?
Headroom is tight but adults can it – they even get their own air-con vents. Access easier from left side due to only one easy-to-reach lever. Rear sun blinds a handy extra, and parcel shelf is stowable in seven-seat mode. Middle bench only splits 60:40.
Armed to the teeth and genuinely useful, but when did Kias get so expensive?