Kia Cadenza Features –
- Available Power-Folding Outside Mirrors
- Standard heated front seats with optional heated rear seats
- Available heated steering wheel
- 3.3 Liter V-6 engine with 293 hp
- Standard voice-command navigation with 8″ dispaly”
Striking the balance between bold and timeless, the Cadenza-from LED positioning lights to dual integrated exhaust pipes to power-folding outside mirrors-reflects Kia’s devotion to sleek style and refined detail.
The Cadenza’s spacious interior has been tastefully appointed-from a heated steering wheel to the available Nappa Leather Seat Trim. Add in engineering innovations that help reduce noise and vibration, and the interior offers a true luxury: a break from the outside world.
What are critics saying about the Kia Cadenza?
As with pretty much everything in life, we expect much more from large sedans today than we did just a few years ago. Nowadays, we demand features and a level of quality that would have been reserved previously for vehicles bearing a luxury badge. In the case of the Kia Cadenza, these expectations are handily met, making it a solid choice among other strong contenders. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
Kia continues to step up its game, and the Cadenza proves it deserves to be seriously considered by savvy shoppers. The sole engine is a 293-hp 3.3-liter V-6 with a six-speed automatic and front-wheel drive. While the Cadenza may not be a rocket, it does accelerate to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds. Kia hasn’t made performance a priority, but it’s still sufficient, and the upscale interior makes it very comfortable. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
Comfort is the Kia Cadenza’s forte, with a ride that’s “smooth, well-sorted and amazingly comfortable.” While it isn’t a sports car, the car remains confident around corners but not at the sacrifice of ride quality. The V-6 and the well-tuned six-speed automatic work well together and provide great acceleration despite the Cadenza’s near 4,000-pound curb weight. Read More >>