Buyer's Guide

Kia

Kia builds vehicles focused on value, but in recent years, the brand has worked to enhance its products' style, equipment, and performance. The automaker still competes at the entry level but now creates some cars that are legitimately luxurious or fun to drive.

 

Least Expensive: With a starting price below $17,000, the Rio sedan is the least expensive Kia on sale. The Rio is also available as a hatchback, but it costs about $1,000 more.

 

Most Expensive: Since the K900 is no longer in the U.S. lineup, the top price for a new Kia has come down significantly. You can get in a Niro EV EX Premium for just shy of $46,000. You can also option-up a Stinger for more than $50,000.

Utility/Offroad
$21990
34 / Hwy 29 / City
$29390
29 / Hwy 24 / City
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$33590
35 / Hwy 39 / City
$17590
33 / Hwy 28 / City
Overview The Soul might just be the most recognizable model Kia makes. The quirky yet boxy small SUV (or hatc...
$24090
30 / Hwy 23 / City
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$32190
26 / Hwy 20 / City
Overview The Kia Telluride made a huge splash when it made its debut for the 2020 model year. Barely changing...
Sports
$33090
29 / Hwy 22 / City
Overview Unlike the mechanically related Genesis G70 sedan, the Stinger is a hatchback, making it a viable ve...
Minivan/Van
$30400
24 / Hwy 18 / City
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Midsize/Fullsize
$23590
38 / Hwy 29 / City
Overview Kia's midsize sedan has ditched the Optima name in favor of its Korean domestic market moniker, the ...
Compact
$17890
35 / Hwy 27 / City
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$24690
48 / Hwy 53 / City
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$39090
102 / Hwy 123 / City
$16050
41 / Hwy 33 / City
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