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2014 Kia Cadenza

New 2014 Kia Cadenza

MSRP: $35,100 to $42,400
Invoice: $32,455 to $39,115

2014 Kia Forte

New 2014 Kia Forte See 2013

MSRP: $15,900 to $20,900
Invoice: $15,599 to $19,717

2014 Kia Forte Koup

New 2014 Kia Forte Koup See 2013

MSRP: $18,600 to $20,600
Invoice: $17,708 to $19,436

2015 Kia K900

New 2015 Kia K900

MSRP: $59,500
Invoice: $55,227

2014 Kia Optima

New 2014 Kia Optima See 2013

MSRP: $21,500 to $35,300
Invoice: $20,579 to $32,963

2013 Kia Optima Hybrid

New 2013 Kia Optima Hybrid

MSRP: $25,900 to $31,950
Invoice: $24,210 to $29,555

2014 Kia Rio

New 2014 Kia Rio See 2013

MSRP: $13,900 to $18,090
Invoice: $13,646 to $17,278

2014 Kia Sedona

New 2014 Kia Sedona

MSRP: $25,900 to $30,900
Invoice: $24,809 to $28,936

2015 Kia Sorento

New 2015 Kia Sorento See 2014

MSRP: $24,100 to $41,700
Invoice: $23,285 to $39,233

2014 Kia Soul

New 2014 Kia Soul See 2013

MSRP: $14,900 to $20,500
Invoice: $14,595 to $19,521

2014 Kia Sportage

New 2014 Kia Sportage See 2013

MSRP: $21,600 to $28,400
Invoice: $20,727 to $26,504

Kia Overview:

2014 marks a busy, important year for Kia. It adds a new model in the flagship Cadenza sedan and gives several other vehicles complete redesigns and updates.

The subcompact Rio, offered in four-door and five-door hatchback models, is now two years removed from its redesign. It offers good interior space for a car in its class and a low base price.

One of two models completely redesigned by Kia is the 2014 Forte compact. The two-door Forte Koup was also redesigned and will arrive later in the year. Exterior styling now matches the rest of the Kia lineup and the Forte also gets a brand new interior that features improved materials and a driver-centric design.

The attractive Optima midsize sedan also gets updates, including new front and rear fascias which both feature LED lighting, new squared off fog lights, and an optional 8-inch screen for the navigation/entertainment systems.

The new for 2014 Cadenza represents a big leap forward for Kia, becoming their first full-size sedan in four years. Like most of Kia’s models, the Cadenza offers great value/features for its price point including Kia’s UVO entertainment system, dual-zone automatic climate control, and Bluetooth connectivity standard.

Back for 2014 is the Sedona minivan, which took a hiatus for 2013. It has an updated front bumper and grille, and tablet friendly storage.

The quirkiest member of the Kia lineup, the Soul, has also been redesigned this year. An updated suspension improves ride quality, and it comes back a little bit taller and wider which adds interior room. The Soul is also one of the best values on the road, combining utility, fuel economy, features, and a low base price to give buyers maximum car for their money.

Kia also offers up a pair of crossover SUVs in the Sportage and Sorento. The Sportage comes with a four-cylinder engine standard and if more power is needed a turbocharged four-cylinder is optional, as is all-wheel drive. It also features extra insulation in the floor, which makes the cabin quieter and it retains its sharp looks that make it out stand out amongst the many compact crossovers on the market.

The Sorento is a step up from the Sportage, offering seating for seven-passengers across three-rows. It also gets a redesign with plenty of updates for 2014 (Kia says 80-percent of the parts are new) including a new chassis and V-6 engine which improve handling and performance.

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