Is there a market for a $70,000 Kia in the United States? We might be finding out soon enough when the K900 arrives.
This Korean brand began selling cars in America in the early 90’s, and initially built very cheap and not well put together cars. Today, Kia has reinvented itself into a premium brand which sells very competitively priced cars. Models to watch: K9, Optima Hybrid
Kia has confirmed to its dealers that the rear-wheel-drive Quoris sedan will be heading to North America as the K900 early next year.
The 2014 Kia Optima will be priced from $22,300 including destination, the Korean automaker has announced.
Kia has given its Sportage crossover a facelift for 2014, bringing with it new style and a more powerful base engine option.
Concept cars are mostly built to taunt automotive journalists, but on rare occasions they do serve legitimate purposes. Sometimes they can tip-off what a car company has in development, and the black-as-coal Kia Niro is a clue as to what the South Korean brand’s next B-Segment offering could look like.
Kia’s all-new Sorento crossover was just photographed while undergoing testing in Germany. Here’s what we can glean from these spy pictures.
Kia just announced that the concept car it will bring to Frankfurt will be called the “Niro.”
The 2014 Kia Soul will be heading to dealerships during the fourth quarter and will have a starting price of $15,495 including a $795 destination charge.
Kia was one of the first mass-market auto brands to introduce LED daytime running lights to its lineup, and once again the Korean brand is bringing technology usually reserved for luxury cars into its Rio sub-compact in the form of Stop/Start.
The Kia hamsters will return to the television set, when a 60-second commercial debuts starring the 2014 Kia Soul.
The Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center, Inc. (HATCI) is partnering with the University of Michigan to devise systems that will help curb distracted driving, and reduce fuel consumption.
Two separate recalls have been issued by Hyundai, affecting 259,000 vehicles from various models in the Korean automaker’s lineup.
The Kia Sedona has had a strange last couple of years, first being axed and then resurfacing as a 2014 model year with subtle changes to its exterior.
Kia has made some major changes to its model lineup over the last couple of years, launching the Cadenza sedan, a redesigned Forte, and refreshed Optima, but that’s just the beginning for the Korean automaker.
Few automakers would refer to their products as “impish” which gives a clear indication that Kia’s new small car concept is anything but normal.
Are mid-size sedans all the car most people need? Some would argue yes. Unless your family exceeds five people, the majority of driving endeavors can be accomplished with one of these family sedans.
The 2014 Kia Optima got a minor refresh with the addition of new LEDs and standard technology, but the Korean automaker is working on a facelift for its sedan model that will make its debut in the near future.
Kia is celebrating a major milestone at its West Point, Georgia factory, having built its one-millionth vehicle on U.S. soil.
Every automaker wants a flagship model; they crave a range-topping sedan the way husky children lust after Little Debbie Swiss Rolls.
Kia is expected to enter the electric vehicle market in North America with an electric version of the Soul crossover, and AutoGuide‘s spy photographers have caught a prototype testing in Europe.
Kia has launched its marketing campaign for its 2014 Cadenza, attempting to break into the luxury market with its $35,100 sedan.
Prudence and a steady pace could be key factors in Kia’s bid to lure entry-level luxury buyers.
Korean Automaker Kia is preparing its first North American foray into the world of electric cars with the Kia Soul EV, which is expected to launch in 2014.
The Kia Quoris full-size luxury, rear-drive sedan has been confirmed to go on sale in America starting next year.