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Kia's biggest SUV is a winner.
The Soul is a paragon of practicality that offers oodles of character.
With its solid powertrain and lovable style, the Soul EV is a compelling way to go electric.
The Niro represents the best of many worlds with little money required to reap its benefits.
As an all-round compact commuter, the 2019 Kia Forte makes a strong case for itself.
While it's a few years older than the top players in the segment, the 2019 Kia Optima remains an appealing midsize sedan.
A really fun, really livable car that only really works if you ignore the cost and the competition.
The most luxurious car in Kia's lineup balances high value with surprisingly upscale appointments.
Tesla's affordable EV isn't exactly affordable yet, but it sure does drive nice.
A midcycle refresh brings advanced driver aid tech as standard on most trim levels, along with third-row seats and Harman Kardon surround sound.
Don't judge this book by its dull cover; the 2017 Kia Niro quietly boasts very respectable hybrid performance. Stick to the midtier trim levels for the best blend of economy, technology and price.
Cheap cars used to feel, well, cheap. The Kia Rio doesn't... for the most part.
A three-row, all-electric supercar that will amaze at every turn.
Kia's 2018 Stinger GT shows off some serious high-performance capabilities around the Nürburgring.
With the 2017 Cadenza, Kia brings just about everything you could want in a modern, premium sedan, except for any real sport character.
The 2017 Kia Soul Turbo takes everything good about the standard Soul and puts just a little more pep in this fun and spacious compact's step, but don't mistake it for a hot hatch.
If you have the personal infrastructure to support charging the Model S at home, the 60 kWh battery is a good option for those who want electric power and cutting-edge features at Tesla's lowest price.
An amazing car for the moment, unfortunately compromised by those doors.