There are really two types of drivers we run into, looking to buy luxury vehicles. The first group walk through our showroom doors, ready to find any excuse to pick a different badge than Kia. They’re badge shoppers, more interested in showing off the make of their vehicle than the comfort, convenience or performance features the vehicle possesses. We’ve been able to sway a few, but nine times out of ten, their mind is made up before they come in.
The second type is more open to being surprised by the emphasis and focus Kia has placed on creating award-winning, stylish and performance-hungry vehicles in the last 5 years. While they’re not looking for a car that provides “economy value,” they’re interested in models that can provide equal or better amenities and specs to the conventional luxury brands.
If they can do so at a lower price, it’s all the better. Kia, after all, creates vehicles that have award-winning safety and durability. Their industry-leading 10-year/100,000-mile limited power train warranty and 5-year/60,000-mile limited bumper-to-bumper warranties are among the best available, while they’re models continue to win awards for design, engine technology and safety.
Luxury sports sedans exist to give drivers the best of all possible features. On the outside, they’re aggressive and hellishly styled, under the hood they’re held up by incredible performance and power components and inside full of luxurious technology.
Safety and Utility are hallmarks of the Small SUV segment, but when did it become okay to exclude “Sport?” In this comparison, we look at two models that both give drivers performance options, luxurious style and plenty of interior features.
Road trips with the family are easy when you have a third-row SUV that provides class-leading comfort, entertainment features and easy-passing performance. The Kia Sorento gives drivers luxury features and style without the top-shelf price tag. Sam with the larger Kia Telluride!
Drivers who pay for large, luxury sedans expect the performance numbers to match the interior craft. With the 2018 Kia Cadenza and 2018 Lexus GS, this is the case. These vehicles provide the most cutting-edge executive experience inside and back up their craft with incredible performance numbers as well.
One of the newest vehicles on the Kia lineup, this sophisticated, midsize, 3-row crossover is dripping with style and packed full of incredible content that might make you think you're sitting behind the wheel of a luxury vehicle. Also the biggest member of the lineup, it offers plenty of space.