For an award winning car, drivers know to look towards Kia. For several years in a row, many Kia models have received Top Safety Picks from the IIHS, and this year Kia ranked highest out of 33 car brands during the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study. The Kia Optima is one of the more well-known cars by Kia, but we’re going to review two lesser-known sedans to put them in the spotlight.
It’s the middle of August, so schools will be back in session in no time, and unfortunately that means a more hectic commute for a few weeks. Whether you pulled the short straw and have to pack your car with kids for the morning carpool, or if you have a teen going off to college, you need a safe car, so why not Kia?
Kia is awarded with many safety awards every year, including several I.I.H.S. Top Safety Picks, and this year it received the highest rankings in the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study. Oh, and Kia has an industry-leading warranty, so it will be protected by a warranty for many years to come.
The Kia Optima continues to impress, with many believing that the 2016 model will be the best yet.
Kia unveiled the 2016 Optima at the New York International Auto Show. While there is a lot to like, Kia executive Michael Sprague pulls it all together by saying:
“The all-new Optima retains the signature personality of its predecessor, but we’ve literally improved everything, providing more space, better ride and handling, more technology and greater refinement.”
How does that sound to you? A vehicle that is improved across the board is one that is sure to make consumers happy.
While there are many new additions to make note of, none are more important than the availability of a brand new turbo engine.
Kia Motors Corp. is always looking for the next big thing. In terms of innovation and forward thinking, this automaker has taken the world by storm.
Most recently, it brought the public something special at the Seoul Motor Show: a compact coupe-styled sedan.
On the outside, it is hard not to see a little bit of the Optima in this new vehicle, dubbed the Novo.
Designed at the company’s Namyang design center, this four-door compact sedan offers the best of both worlds. It is big enough to accommodate the needs of a family, but small enough to be affordably priced, nimble, and able to take on a variety of roadways.