The Cadenza, Kia's second largest sedan behind the K900, shows off elegant styling and comes packed full of modern tech features.
The Cadenza is a full size sedan, seating five comfortably, with premium aspirations.
Despite an upscale design and feature list, the Cadenza remains a very good value against comparable sedans.
As the Cadenza uses a front-wheel-drive architecture, it does not work well as a sport sedan.
The design looks particularly elegant, with a grille that departs from other Kia models.
The Cadenza can be bought in three trim levels: Premium, Technology and Limited. Shown here is the fully loaded Limited model.
LED headlights come standard on the two upper trim levels.
Zig-zag parking lights give the Cadenza a unique look.
Cadenzas at each trim level support Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, although the two upper trim levels come standard with an 8-inch touchscreen, while the lower trim uses a 7-inch screen.
The Cadenza comes with a 3.3-liter direct injection engine, good for 290 horsepower, and mated to an eight speed automatic transmission.