The five-seat, front-wheel drive #Kia Optima comes in five trims: LX, EX, SX, SX Turbo and SXL Turbo. The #Kia Optima Hybrid is reviewed separately. LX, EX and SX models have a four-cylinder engine, while SX Turbo and SXL Turbo models have a turbocharged four. All models have a six-speed automatic transmission. The Kia Optima was last fully redesigned for the 2011 model year and has seen only minor changes since, so this overview uses applicable research and reviews from the 2011 through 2015 model years.
While a Kia comes from afar its very easy to recognize. This isn’t limited to other Kia cars intact, the Optima possesses this quality too. With the tiger face design in it’s facelift and grille design, the headlights actually makes it look like a tiger charging a deer. The car is jus very adorable and beautiful.
The interior design seems very basic. Not that as luxurious as it would have seemed from the outside. Although this can be overlooked by the owner better still, the comfort is still not in jeopardy and the 4 people riding along with you aren’t gonna be eager to alight too soon since the journey is a smooth and beautiful one. Still, From standard features like Bluetooth and a power driver’s seat to available Nappa leather trim , navigation , and paddle shifters, the Optima
offers everything you could want from a midsize #sedan.
Kia is quiet economical to some length. The Kia Optima actually defends the maker in this wise. In the average, maintenance and fuel economy is quiet sorted out with the engine and other design for better owner experience.
On the average, kia Optima starts from $21,840. This varies in all models and designs up until the limited edition which is quiet note expensive than the regulars.
But still, you don’t have yo go broke trying to own a car. Kia’s got you covered.