It doesn't matter which model of the Koleos range you choose, you'll end up with a well-equipped vehicle. In fact, the models are so gifted, that the list of optional extras for the range-topping equipment level used by our test car is pretty limited.
We'll start our journey in the standard features area, where we'll tell you that the features we enjoyed the most were the keyless entry and engine start, 17-inch Biton alloy wheels (these not only come with a pleasant appearance, but, in combination with the hefty tires fitted to our test car, manage to remain scratch-free for an impressive amount of time), the air vents for the rear passengers (a three-zone climate control would've been nice), as well as the black leather upholstery.
Moving to the more usual goodies, we'll mention the light and rain sensors, the heated front seats (the buttons for the feature are placed on the seats, so you'll have to get used to that), the front and rear parking sensors, the auto dimming mirrors, all-round electric windows, as well as the power driver seat.
Imagine that we've only named the features that come as an extra on the superioe trim level, we didn't even name those offered by the lower trim levels, such as the cruise control, the two-way adjustable steering wheel column and the two-zone climate control system.
Please bring the silver spoon, it is now time for desert... ahem... the optional goodies our test car was gifted with. We're referring to the Carminat TomTom satnav, an intuitive system that uses a 5.8-inch non-touchscreen system, power panoramic sunroof, tire pressure monitoring system, as well as the privacy glass.
We've saved the Bose sound system for last. This not only offers an ear & brain-pleasing experience, but the engineers have also found an interesting way of fitting the subwooer inside the spare wheel burried under the luggage compartment.Continue reading