Kia Models vs Chevrolet Models
Chevrolet's old slogan for its trucks used to be "Like a Rock." Well, you'd have to be under a rock to not notice how Kia models are among the best in their class across the board, and compare very favorably to their Chevrolet competition.
We have a handy menu here with links to comparison pages for Kia models vs. Chevrolet models, which includes showdowns between the 2017 Kia Sportage vs. 2017 Chevy Equinox and the 2016 Kia Optima vs. 2016 Chevy Malibu.
But first, feast your eyes on but a few of the awards and noteworthy achievements Kia models have accomplished in recent months:
- IIHS Top Safety Picks for the 2017 Sportage, 2017 Sorento, 2016 Optima, 2016 Sedona and 2016 Soul.
- Autotrader "Must Test Drive for 2016" - Kia Sedona.
- Active Lifestyle Vehicle of the Year (fourth consecutive) - 2016 Kia Soul.
- AutoPacific Ideal Vehicle Award – 2016 Kia Optima.
- All Kia models come with an industry-leading 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile limited basic warranty.
- Available Apple CarPlay for 2017 models, some 2016 models.
Kia Rio vs. Chevy Sonic
Lighter, better in tight spaces and more affordable, as well as loaded with better fuel economy in base models – that's the benefits of the 2016 Kia Rio vs. Chevy Sonic.
Kia Forte vs. Chevy Cruze
Once you survey the new-look Kia Forte's stylish design, as well as its new powertrain, available UVO3 eServices, and new S trim level, this is the compact you'll want to "Cruze" with.
Kia Optima vs. Chevy Malibu
If you want the midsize sedan that is one of KBB.com's most-awarded vehicles, as well as the one with more starting HP and more speakers, then the Optima is the ride for you.
Kia Soul vs. Chevy Trax
The Chevy Trax doesn't fare well when put up against the Kia Soul's versatility, cargo room and available colors, among other benefits – but don't take our word for it. See for yourself and fall in love with the effervescence of the Kia Soul.
Kia Sportage vs. Chevy Equinox
A lower starting price and better towing power than the Equinox, and an IIHS Top Safety Pick in hand for 2017 – what's not to love about the Kia Sportage crossover?
Kia Sorento vs. Chevy Traverse
You wouldn’t believe how many more miles per gallon you will enjoy with the Kia Sorento than you will with the Traverse, or how much more you will save with the Sorento – both are off the charts.
Kia Sedona vs. Chevy City Express
The Kia Sedona has more seating for passengers, and more cargo room. If you're looking for a van that can transport a large group or help your business, the Sedona has the chops to do so.