Kia Models vs Honda Models
To drive a Kia is to love a Kia - ask around, if you don't believe us. Our brand is fun, exuberant, stylish and totally committed to seizing the moment. And if you haven't taken a Kia for a test drive or purchased one already, then we're more than happy to get you started. Every car we have available for you, whether it's the Kia Sorento SUV, the midsize Kia Optima sedan, or the compact Kia Rio offers a superior blend of value and curb appeal compared to its counterpart at Honda. Check out these comparison pages and see how each Kia model stacks up with Honda in all the categories that matter - size and features, performance and price, and more.
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. That's vehicles you can rely on.
Kia Rio 5-Door vs. Honda Fit
The Kia Rio is an affordable, smooth, fun compact. It comes with all you could ask for in a vehicle of this class, with praise from experts like J.D. Power, fuel economy that will make your wallet heavy with all the savings and features that would make a larger sedan green with envy.
Kia Forte vs. Honda Civic
The Kia Forte is a phantasm of fun and features, with nice fuel economy (26 mpg city, 39 mpg highway) and available features that will make your heart sing like heated steering wheel, cooling glove box and voice-command navigation. Step inside and make your next road trip a memorable one.
Kia Optima vs. Honda Accord
The Kia Optima is a powerhouse – spokespeople like Christopher Walken and Blake Griffin are correct when they say it's a unique, high-octane midsize sedan. Come for the European-styled design, stay for the nice audio features and the available Sport Leather seats.
Kia Stinger vs. Honda Civic Type R
The Kia Stinger is Kia's first sports car, and it comes with more than enough power, size and grace to dispatch competition like the Honda Civic Type R - see how with the model comparison page we've provided.
Kia Sportage vs. Honda CR-V
Kia's small SUV easily tops Honda's offering in the same class with its combo of power, cargo room and tech features like UVO eServices. Come see for yourself why the Kia Sportage is so well-respected and continues to find new fans more than 20 years after first seeing release.
Kia Telluride and Sorento vs. Honda Pilot/CR-V/Passport
If you want power, handling, or room for the family, the Kia Sorento has everything you need and more. With an award-winning impact-resistant frame and options aplenty, this rugged off-road champion also saves you money on paved streets. And the towing and cargo features are excellent for a midsize SUV.
2019 Kia Sorento vs. 2019 Honda Passport
2019 Kia Telluride vs. 2019 Honda Pilot
2019 Kia Sorento vs. 2019 Honda Pilot
2018 Kia Sorento vs. 2018 Honda CR-V
2018 Kia Sorento vs. 2018 Honda Pilot
2018 Kia Sorento vs. 2017 Honda Pilot
2016 Kia Sorento vs. 2016 Honda Pilot
Kia Sedona vs. Honda Odyssey / Honda Pilot
What more can be said that Cars.com ("Ultimate Minivan" award) and KBB.com (16 Best Family Cars of 2016) haven't already about the Kia Sedona? Try this – this stylish minivan is as sturdy on the outside (IIHS Top Safety Pick) as it is calming on the inside, thanks to lounge seating and available heated seats.
Kia Soul/Niro/Seltos vs. Honda HR-V
The Kia Niro is a brand-new hybrid that averages 50 miles per gallon in its base trim level, which is tops in its class for compact hybrid crossovers, but it also has the cargo room of an SUV. Get set to save money, and the environment, with the Niro!
Kia Optima Hybrid vs. Honda Accord Hybrid
The Kia Optima Hybrid combines the looks and elegance of a sport sedan with an eco-friendly reduced-emissions powertrain. Take a seat and see that the Optima Hybrid is much more than an ordinary hybrid.
Kia Cadenza Vs. Honda Accord
The Kia Cadenza is a flagship sedan with entry-luxury proportions. Comparing it to a well-outfitted version of Honda's mid-size sedan makes sense as they are two options drivers have for comfort and performance.