Korea-based Kia first came to US shores in 1994. It is currently owned by Hyundai, and shares the same reputation for building high value cars with long warranties. Kia emphasizes the young and fun with quirky, often polarizing designs.
The Korean sedan gets a smidge of Stinger and a whole bunch of new technology.
Kia adds standard ADAS systems to its already value-packed sedan.
Kia's refreshed Optima might not be the best to drive, but its good looks and huge list of standard equipment make it an incredibly well-rounded choice.
The power-door sensing system might not detect an arm or leg when it closes.
A smaller battery will be offered, as well, just like the Kona Electric.
The second-generation K900 sedan is larger, smarter and more generously appointed. Is the second time the charm for Kia’s luxury sedan?
The most luxurious car in Kia's lineup balances high value with surprisingly upscale appointments.
It's pretty efficient, even if the vehicle isn't lined up perfectly.