Among the many crossovers available, the 2016 Kia Sorento appears more tech-forward than most, with an advanced engine, driver assist features and app integration, but a few configuration requirements might turn potential buyers away.
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The new Optima also features a refined design and a new, mid-tier turbocharged 1.6-liter engine.
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The 2015 Kia Sedona competes well with other minivans for ease of driving and fuel economy, and shines for its suite of driver assistance features, but look elsewhere if you want a full-featured built-in rear-seat entertainment system.
Electrification transforms the 2015 Kia Soul EV, already one of the automaker's best cars, into an excellent first entry into the small EV market and rockets it to the head of its class.
The 2015 Kia K900 comes in at a cut-rate price for a big sedan, and offers a few very nice amenities, but ride quality doesn't come up to the class for which this sedan strives.
Kia once again proves that it really understands its audience, delivering a 2014 Soul "!" that offers just the right amount of tech, comfort, and performance at just the right price.
The latest Kia minivan improves on the brand's UVO tech suite with new parent-friendly features.
The 2014 Kia Forte EX has greatly improved its cabin tech and amenities for this generation, but it's priced to compete with models that, frankly, offer much better performance.
The 2014 Kia Sorento works best as a five-passenger crossover, and includes a few high-tech features, such as an efficient engine and smartphone-linked telematics, that give it an edge over competitors.
With its turbocharged engine, the 2013 Kia Sportage SX offers a lot more power than most small SUVs, but its cabin tech tends largely towards the average.