Mean, green, and in between
Hatching some new ideas in Kia's compact car lineup
Happily messing with success
Building a better box
Frustratingly close to being better than just "good"
A Korean car without caveats
A friendly companion with a few less desirable traits
A very liberal take on "mid-cycle refresh."
If the Japanese haven't already gone into panic mode, this gem from Kia should be the last straw
Can a Kia be prestigious?
This is the best vehicle Kia makes, and for a very good reason.
You've come a long way, Kia, but you have a long way to go.
Kia builds a better box.
We drive the 2012 Kia Optima Hybrid through traffic and tribulation to see if it can survive life in the big city.
It's affordable, sure, but don't dare call it cheap