Kia Optima Features –
- Available power folding mirrors
- Available heated front seats with optional heated rear seats
- Two available turbocharged engines
- Available Android Auto
- Available 8″ touch screen audio display
With curves in all the right places, Optima’s exterior is a masterpiece of form and function. Aerodynamically sculpted and precisely calculated, its design details make Optima just as appealing to look at as it is to drive.
A thrilling Optima driving experience begins before you start the engine. The moment you slide behind the wheel, you discover a quieter, more spacious cabin loaded with the latest available amenities. The perfect environment for pure driving pleasure.
What are critics saying about the Kia Optima?
The midsize sedan segment is filled with sedans so renowned that they need no introduction. Camry. Accord. Fusion. Even though the Kia Optima has been on sale in the United States since 2001, it only recently elevated itself from the bargain basement to become a serious competitor. Kicking off a new generation, the Kia Optima raises the bar set by its esteemed predecessor, a car that helped shift the perception of the brand over the last half-decade.
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Car and Driver –
Standout styling, a first-rate interior, and an agile chassis make the Optima more than just another bland family ride. The base engine is a 185-hp four with a six-speed automatic. There are two turbo four-cylinders: a 178-hp 1.6-liter with a seven-speed automatic and a 245-hp 2.0-liter with a six-speed automatic. A hybrid is offered, too, with a combined 199 hp. Standard features include cruise, satellite radio, and Bluetooth, making the Optima a good deal as long as you avoid pricey options. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The 2015 Kia Optima is a midsize family that slots above the compact Forte and below the full-size Cadenza. It is available in four trims, and has three engine options paired exclusively to a six-speed automatic transmission. Read More >>