Kia Models vs Acura Models
Kia models are quickly rising to the top of the heap, with their fun style, nice fuel economy and performance that is tough to beat on an even playing field, let alone one where other automakers try to compete with Kia models' affordable prices! We have produced comparisons of Kia models with comparable vehicles from Acura, and as you will see in the linked pages, Kia models are not merely thousands of dollars less across the board, they also are more spacious on the inside, more fuel-efficient, and packed with more cutting-edge tech, like available Apple CarPlay and UVO eServices, which gives you access to streaming audio like Pandora, voice-command navigation, and more!
Some additional benefits of shopping with Kia:
- Before we get started, here's an additional benefit all Kia models share: They come with an industry-leading 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile limited basic warranty.
- Kia also was the highest ranked brand in Initial Quality in the annual J.D. Power Initial Quality Study in both 2016 and 2017, with five models highest ranked in their class in 2017, including the Sorento SUV, Niro hybrid crossover, Soul hatchback, Forte compact, and the Cadenza large sedan (the Cadenza was also the highest ranked vehicle overall).
Kia Sportage/Seltos vs. Acura RDX
The battle seems close at first as the crossovers from Kia and Acura square off. But only one – the Kia Sportage - has 26 combined miles per gallon, to go along with available Autonomous Emergency Braking, a superior turning circle, and a fresh style that turns heads everywhere you drive.
Kia Sorento/Telluride vs. Acura MDX
So you want to max out on power but still have room for seven passengers and a large amount of cargo, to go along with the ability to tow up to 5,000 pounds, with six trim levels available in AWD versions? Then go for the Kia Sorento, a versatile midsize SUV that wins awards from everyone.
Kia Cadenza/Stinger vs. Acura TLX
The Kia Cadenza has been revamped with a fresh design in front, improved MPG, and more features than you could imagine, making it an elite large sedan. This also makes it superior to the Acura TLX large sedan, which has a smaller interior and a higher asking price.
Kia Optima vs. Acura ILX
If you would like a vehicle with supreme interior room for maximum comfort, fuel economy that soars as high as 31 combined MPG, and an award-winning construction that makes it a perennial IIHS Top Safety Pick, then the Kia Optima is your midsize sedan!