Americans can’t have it. Canadians can.
During its week-long stay at GCBC Towers, Kia’s 2014 Rondo proved to be a car that could have pleased me over a long period of time. In other words, the new Rondo would have been welcome to stay at GCBC Towers for a while, something that can’t be said about many of the vehicles that are dropped off here on a regular basis.
Nevertheless, there’s no actual review of the new Rondo here. GoodCarBadCar’s founder and editor was asked to write the Rondo review for Autofocus.ca, formerly known as Sympatico Autos. You’re more than capable of clicking this link to read that review, so rather than waste space here at GoodCarBadCar, you’re permitted to direct your attention elsewhere.
The 2014 Kia Rondo feels more expensive than it is. While it won’t adequately replace a minivan, it’s a whole lot more car than you’ll get in a conventional hatchback.