Need a different way to get from point A to point B this year? To discover a new ride in 2015, there’s no better place to look into options than Kia. Kia’s economic and eco-friendly vehicles are known to offer power and efficiency on the road, and the line offers some luxury, too.
Many options abound in Kia vehicles, with car choices including models such as the Optima Hybrid, Rio, Soul, Sorento, Forte, Cadenza. Kia is a solid choice for car buyers. In a recent study, the Hyundai-Kia group bested rival automakers in J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study in five segments – an impressive performance for the line.
Automotive Service And Maintenance
Kia offers many service packages for their vehicles, too. On some models, cars can be leased with no extra cost maintenance for drivers, and naturally all vehicles come with a certified warranty. No matter which option is selected, Kia dealerships provide qualified mechanics and engineers to make repairs and provide upkeep.
One of the most important things to a potential buyer is excellent customer service. It’s been proven that a customer is more likely to use a company that caters to their needs and Kia does not disappoint here. The service starts at the thoughtful design of its vehicles, such as the Cadenza.
Kia’s Cadenza, already proven in the Korean market, is a resounding hit for Kia, and for its drivers. Luxurious, powered with a V-6 engine, this sedan features sleek styling, easy driving, and – back to that customer service attribute – a solid 10-year and 100,000-mile powertrain warranty.
The 2015 Cadenza design is clean and crisp, and gives rival upscale sedans something to think about. Interior luxe features such as an Infinity audio system and an ample 8-inch touchscreen are joined to cruise control and vision-enhancing xenon headlights. Add comfortable road space, excellent acceleration, and sophisticated interior styling, and the Cadenza is certainly an option worth considering for all drivers.
It’s not all about the luxurious feel, though. Part of Cadenza’s success story is related to safety features that raise the bar, too. The sedan is equipped with anti-lock brakes, stability control, and the ultimate air bag package – eight in all. Also available: a blind spot monitoring system that puts an end to parallel parking difficulties, a lane-departure warning system, and even water-repellent glass. In short: even the safety features have an aura of luxury.
With a powerful 290 horse power V6 engine, the Cadenza has a lot of power on the open road. While fuel economy isn’t the same as in hybrid vehicle or subcompact, for class and size, this Kia powerhouse does well on the eco-friendly front, too. The EPA gives the Cadenza an estimated 19 miles per gallon in town, and 28 mpg on the open road.
There’s no budget feel to Kia’s Cadenza, although naturally the vehicle line includes economy models as well.