Kia accommodates the rearmost passengers better
VW also offers that here as a whole more pleasant seating, the upholstery is still comfortable even after hours of driving. Kia focuses more on scope than fine-tuning. Our test copy doesn’t just offer fine nappa leather, but also Seat heating and ventilation as well as a electrical adjustment including memory for both seats. Criticism? Must be. We lack an adjustable thigh support on both front seats, as is so often the case with the South Koreans. VW also has leather and other amenities in its range, but demands it hefty 2965 euros extra. Plenty of plastic is built into both cars, There is nothing to complain about about the workmanship and material quality.