Kia Sportage

Last year Mr. C. wrote about the Sportage but try as I might I find it difficult to think of more than about 2 sentences I can say about any car.

Basically a car gets me from A to B and I don’t really thinkKia Sportage about the car once I’m in it or to be honest before I get in it either.

Yes I notice funky-looking cute cars and so The VW Beetle always ticks the right boxes for me. I used to have a bright yellow Ford Ka and it’s my favourite out of all the cars I’ve ever owned. Mr. C used to have an Audi A6 which granted was dead smart, very sleek and well comfy.  To Mr. C’s chagrin, for various reasons we had to sell the Audi and so now have an extremely economical Skoda Fabia which ‘does the job’ as well as any and better than most!

Back to the Kia Sportage anyway. The one we have parked outside right now is a bronzey-colour and looks just fine to me.  (How cliched is that – a woman commenting on a car and referring to the colour first!) It’s a nice, comfy biggish car with plenty of room for gangly teenagers in the back and a pushchair/luggage or whatever in the boot. I’ve been reliably informed that it was lovely to drive (again this is not something I ever notice) but I can honestly say that it’s a great car to be a passenger in. Neither I nor the kids felt sick once on our drive to Cornwall which is a plus-point when it comes to any car.

It’s definitely a car I’d consider buying although I’d feel a tad environmentally-unfriendly just driving about in it on my own. As a family car though it’s versatile, comfortable and not a bad price either!

Mrs. C

Mrs C
In a nutshell, I'm a Mum to three gorgeous daughters and two step-sons who are gradually making their own lives and leaving Mr. C and I plenty of time to enjoy life just as a couple again. I'm a big fan of Afternoon Tea & Corrie and hate, with a vengeance, violence in films! I love reading 'proper' books though I concede that my birthday Kindle was brilliant on holidays.

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