|2016 Kia Cadenza||Vs.||2016 Nissan Maxima|
|$30,600 for Premium (Friendly Kia VIP)||Price||$34,094 (The Competition)|
|12, standard||Speakers||8 base models, 11 max.|
|106.8||Passenger Room (cubic feet)||98.6|
|Yes||Available 12-Way Driver's Seat w/Power Lumbar?||No|
|10-yr/100k-mile powertrain, 5-yr/60k-mile bumper-to-bumper||Warranty Coverage||5-yr/60k-mile powertrain, 3-yr/36k-mile bumper-to-bumper|
When you move up to the premium sedan class from compact and midsize sedans, you expect a car with nice performance and next-level features that will make your drive feel like a vacation from the mundane. Our side-by-side comparison of the 2016 Kia Cadenza vs. 2016 Nissan Maxima should demonstrate what a premium sedan should look and act like.
The 2016 Cadenza's confident design, with Kia's signature "tiger nose" front grille and a side profile that crests like a calm wave, is the perfect entry point into a spacious interior, with 106.8 cubic feet of room for passengers, which is nearly 10 percent more room to spread out than the 2016 Maxima's 98.6 cubic feet. And you'll enjoy the design and the V6 engine, 293-HP performance of the 2016 Cadenza even more when you see it comes backed with an industry-leading 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty and five-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper coverage.
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