3 Kia Models for Cool Parents | Kendall Kia Miami

August 1st, 2014 by

When you are a parent, you need a lot more from the vehicle you drive. You need a lot more cargo room, a lot more passenger room, great gas mileage to keep costs low, and safety features to keep your family protected on the road. Traditionally, the minivan and station wagon have been the vehicles of choice for parents since they meet all those criteria. However, many parents don’t like driving them because they don’t seem “cool.”

At Miami Lakes Kia, we offer a wide selection of new and previously owned Kias to help you find a vehicle that is not only safe and practical for your family, but that also looks cool. We invite former customers of Kendall Kia Miami , which was recently closed, to come in and check out our inventory, as well as anyone else in the area who is looking for a new vehicle.

You don’t have to sacrifice style for safety and security. Here are a few Kia options that keep the “cool” factor and that parents will love:

Kia Sorento

The Sorento is a sport utility vehicle that gives you all the benefits of the minivan without the dowdy look. The cool, sporty Sorento can seat five comfortably, and it has plenty of cargo space in the back. You can even mount gear on the luggage rack on the top.

The Sorento performs just as well for runs to soccer practice as it does on long road trips. Plus, gas mileage comes in at 20 miles per gallon in the city and 27 on the highway.

Kia Soul

The Kia Soul is a funkier version of the SUV. It has the same passenger and cargo room, but it has a more distinctive look. The Soul comes in several thousand dollars cheaper than other Kia SUV models (a full $10,000 less than the Sorento), which makes it a more affordable option for many families. It also gets better gas mileage to help you save more money: 24 mpg in the city and 30 on the highway.

Kia Forte

Where you might have bought a station wagon in the past, you can now buy a hatchback. The Kia Forte seats like a sedan, but it includes much more space for cargo by opening up the trunk to a hatchback instead. You’ll free up a lot more room in the passenger area by throwing all the backpacks and other gear in the back.

Since it’s a hatchback, the Kia Forte looks a bit like an elongated sedan. You can feel good about driving this even when the kids aren’t in the car.

Whether you were a former customer of Kendall Kia Miami or you are new to the Kia family, Miami Lakes Kia invites you to visit us and learn more about these and other exceptional Kia vehicles.

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