Kia Stinger hatchback - Practicality & boot space
A spacious interior for long trips, but rivals have bigger boots
The Kia Stinger is a spacious saloon with just about enough boot space and some practical touches dotted around the interior.
Kia Stinger interior space & storage
There’s plenty of space in the Stinger for the driver and front-seat passenger, and you should be able to find your preferred driving position thanks to eight-way power-adjustable memory front seats and electric adjustment for the rake and reach of the steering wheel.
The rear seats offer adequate legroom for even taller adults but those same passengers will suffer slightly in the headroom department because of the coupe roofline. The centre console incorporates a tray for wireless phone charging.
The Kia Stinger has a 406-litre boot. Although very usable in its own right, it’s significantly down on the 480-litre boots of the Audi A5 Sportback and BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe. The Stinger’s boot is at least made a little more practical by the powered tailgate that comes as standard on the GT-Line S and GT-S models, plus the folding 60:40 seats help with the loading of longer items.