Kia has launched its marketing campaign for its 2014 Cadenza, attempting to break into the luxury market with its $35,100 sedan.
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
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.
Last year, Kia announced that the Sedona minivan had reached the end of its lifecycle and would be getting the axe; then the Korean automaker did a flip-flop and said it would return, just at a later time.
Compact cars are affordable, they’re usually a lot of fun to drive and can deliver impressive fuel economy numbers. As government regulators push for ever-greater efficiency, small sedans and hatchbacks are becoming increasingly important.
Kia’s Chinese joint venture, Dongfeng Yueda Kia, announced the creation of a new Chinese-only brand at the Shanghai Auto Show today, called Horki.
Hatchbacks have a ton of versatility and use, and they’re also quite affordable, not to mention fuel efficient. When it comes to the most affordable hatchback, there’s quite a few options out there. Unlike the Honda GEAR concept pictured above (which could preview a new affordable subcompact for the Japanese brand) all the cars on…
Kia’s all-new Cadenza flagship sedan looks to bridge the gap between mainstream and luxury, offering a long list of luxury features in a non-premium branded product, priced from $35,100 (plus $800 destination).
Lets face it, two-doors cars are more fun and better looking than sedans. But you don’t have to break the bank to drive around in a stylish coupe. We have a list of the top 10 most affordable two-doors, starting at just under $26,000. We had to draw the line and not include any hatchbacks,…
Kia’s chief designer at its American design center wants to bring an affordable coupe to the U.S. market, to fight against the likes of the Scion FR-S and the Mazda MX-5 Miata.
Hyundai and Kia announced a recall on Wednesday that affects nearly 1.7 million vehicles, over issues with the stop lamp switch which can cause the brake lights to malfunction among other problems.
Kia has introduced an all-new CUB concept at the 2013 Seoul Motor Show, showing off a compact four-door coupe concept to the world.
The seventh of eight Kia customized Justice League-themed vehicles has been unveiled at the 2013 New York Auto Show: The Wonder Woman Kia Sportage.
Kia completed its trio of new cars in its Forte line today when it debuted the 2014 Forte Koup at the 2013 New York Auto Show.
Kia’s design led transformation began with the introduction of the Kia Soul and has now come full circle here today with the debut of the 2014 Soul today at the New York Auto Show.
Kia unveiled its boldest car to date today at the 2013 New York Auto Show: the 2014 Forte Koup.
In an effort to keep sales coming in, Kia is unveiling its refreshed 2014 Optima mid-size sedan at the 2013 New York Auto Show.
Kia is bringing a new four-door coupe concept to the Seoul Motor Show this week and the brand released a teaser image on Monday showing off the front end of the car.
The car that started Kia’s modern day transformation will itself be re-invented, with the Korean automaker planning to debut the second-generation of its distinctive Soul model at the NY Auto Show this week.
Kia has announced updates to its 2013 model year Optima Hybrid model, improving the torque of the sedan as well as its fuel efficiency.
Kia has announced pricing of its all-new 2014 Forte compact sedan, which will start at just $15,900.
Last week at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Kia unveiled its new Cee’d and Pro_cee’d GT models, showing its focus on sportier, performance-focused models. That appears to just be the beginning, as the Korean automaker looks to bring new coupe models to market based on its GT and Provo concepts.
Are you self-conscious? Don’t like to stand out in a crowd? Would you rather blend into the background than be the center of attention? Well, when it comes to the automotive world, you are in luck. Some vehicles seem to have skipped class when it came time for their styling lesson. This is not to…