As advertised in their new campaign, the 2014 Kia Optima is "not your average midsize sedan." When choosing a four-cylinder engine midsize sedan, your options are no longer limited to the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. The Optima's sharp exterior styling and comfortable, luxurious interior, provide several good reasons to reconsider the competition. Available in five trims (LX, EX, SX, SX Turbo and Limited) and offering standard features including Bluetooth connectivity and a power driver's seat, Kia has added many enhancements to make it stand out from the crowd. Base models with the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine can be purchased at a very affordable price of $21,500 and offer 23/34 mpg city/highway.
The 2014 Optima has an upgraded look and feel from last year's model, adding features like quad-LED foglights and luxurious stitching in the seats, making this year's version sleeker and cooler. Not only is the exterior attractive, the interior has advanced technology everywhere. From Blind-spot detection with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert to an available Back-Up Warning system, to a navigation system that features a larger 8-inch LCD display and accepts voice commands, the Optima offers convenience and enhanced safety.