With a number of economical options including the Rio, Soul, and Forte, and a lineup of value-oriented crossovers—currently the hottest market trend—Kia has built a foundation to compete with the industry's major players.
Least Expensive: Kia's Rio, Soul, and Forte all start under $18,000. The Rio is the least expensive model in Kia's lineup, followed by the Soul four-door hatchback, and then the Forte.
Sportiest: Even though the Forte Koup SX isn't a direct competitor to the Honda Civic Si in terms of performance, the Forte Koup's 201 hp from a 1.6-liter turbo-four should provide enough pep to satiate some buyers.
Popular: The inexpensive Soul is Kia's best-seller, followed closely by the long-running Optima midsize sedan.
Most Expensive: The rear-drive Kia K900 offers luxurious accommodations and amenities at a lower price than most other manufacturers. The full-size luxury sedan starts around $50,000 and can rise well beyond $60,000 with options and a 420-hp 5.0-liter V-8 engine.
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The Kia Optima is refreshed for 2019, bringing a number of changes inside and out across all trim le...
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Kia's K900 flagship sedan has been completely redesigned for the 2019 model year with a new powertra...
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All new for 2018, the Kia Rio lineup undergoes some housekeeping for 2019. The manual transmission f...