Mobile spy reviews kia optima vs hyundai elantra

 

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.

Mobile spy reviews kia optima vs hyundai elantra

Kia has made its first ever hot hatch. Designed, developed and sold exclusively in Europe, the rakish three-door Pro_cee'd GT is first to arrive, with a more practical five-door model due out by the start of next year.

The styling does an excellent job of setting it apart as the flagship of the range. Bold quad LED lights sit at either corner of the aggressive new front bumper and Golf GTI -inspired details like the honeycomb grille and red pin-stripe along the front splitter all look fantastic.

Side skirts and a set of dual exhausts complete the styling overhaul, while a smart set of two-tone multi-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels neatly fill out the wide arches.

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.

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