Korean car maker, Kia, has not yet earned the clout in the United States as some of the better known Asian manufacturers, but Kia is changing that one customer and one car at a time. Kias are just as reliable as the Toyotas and Hondas, but due to their relatively new release in American markets, they have yet to earn an unfamiliar public’s trust. The numbers don’t lie though, and with an industry leading warranty, Kia has you covered a long way down
Kia Amanti: The new full-size sedan offered by Kia, the Amanti has all the features of its much more expensive competition. Features include a V6 engine, power seats, and wood grain trim, not to mention the standard eight airbags for added safety.
Kia Optima: The Optima is Kia’s midsize offering—affordable and reliable, the Optima’s appeal can be augmented through an optional leather interior or stepping up to a 2.7L V6.
Kia Rio: One of the most economical cars on the market, the Rio is the most affordable four-door sedan for sale in the U.S., and it stays affordable even after you’ve purchased it, with a fuel efficient 1.6L four-cylinder engine. The Rio comes with Kia’s unprecedented 10 year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty and a five year/60,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty.
Kia Sedona: All the options you want in a minivan, without having to sell off your first-born (but then you wouldn’t need a minivan, right?). Starting at around $22,000, the Sedona brings standard features such as a V6 engine, AC and a six speaker CD stereo with its exceptional reliability and warranty. Don’t sign that second mortgage—go test drive a Sedona.
Kia Sorento: A rugged midsize SUV from Kia, the Sorento is stylish, and yet retains an affordability uncharacteristic of a vehicle with so much panache. CD, AC and 4WD, amongst a variety of other standard features.
Kia Spectra: The Spectra is a sportier (but a little more expensive) alternative to the Rio. Sleek, safe and sensible, the Spectra is a sound choice for the budget minded who still demand style and class.
Kia Sportage: The newly redesigned Sportage is better than ever. With a bolder, more contemporary design, this new rendition is all that you could want in an SUV under twenty grand.