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2016 Kia Cadenza trims

2016 Cadenza

MPG City
19
MPG Hwy
28

The large-sized Cadenza by Kia is loaded with options to appeal to the most scrupulous of buyers. Learn more.

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2016 Kia Forte trims

2016 Forte

MPG City
24-26
MPG Hwy
35

The Kia Forte brings comfort and convenience with its two-door coupe. Learn more.

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2016 Kia Forte 5-Door trims

2016 Forte 5-Door

MPG City
21-25
MPG Hwy
29

The Kia Forte hatchback offers convenience and comfort, all wrapped into one unique vehicle. Learn more.

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2016 Kia K900 trims

2016 K900

MPG City
15-17
MPG Hwy
23

The K900 aims to make its mark on the large-sized luxury sedan market as Kia becomes a more dominant brand in the U.S. Learn more.

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2016 Kia Optima trims

2016 Optima

MPG City
22-28
MPG Hwy
32

The ever popular Optima sedan returns for 2016 with a long list of standard features. Learn more.

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2016 Kia Optima Hybrid trims

2016 Optima Hybrid

MPG City
35-36
MPG Hwy
39

The Optima Hybrid takes Kia’s masterful design and makes it more fuel efficient. Learn more.

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2016 Kia Rio trims

2016 Rio

MPG City
27
MPG Hwy
37

The Rio by Kia returns for 2016 with plenty of features and available options. Learn more.

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2016 Kia Soul EV trims

2016 Soul EV

MPG City
120
MPG Hwy
92

The ever-popular Soul EV by Kia is back on the best-seller list for 2016. Learn more.

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Kia offers several sedan choices – the subcompact Rio, compact Forte, mid-size Optima, full-size Cadenza and entry-luxury full-size K900. The Rio has enhanced looks, a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. The Forte carries over, offering two different four-cylinders and a choice of six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. The Cadenza offers a 3.3-liter V-6 and a six-speed automatic transmission, and adds a new base trim. It’s front-wheel drive. The K900 has rear-wheel drive and a 420-horsepower V-8. Meanwhile the Optima offers three different four-cylinders as well as hybrid and plug-in hybrid options. The Optima competes with the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.