Kia Cadenza

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2016 Kia Cadenza

New for the 2016 Kia Cadenza is an entry-level base trim that slots in below the Limited and Premium; navigation is now standard on all models; the panoramic roof is standard on the Premium (middle) trim level; and the Limited Package adds Blind Spot Detection and Rear-Cross Traffic Alert.

2015 Kia Cadenza

This year, Kia makes the Cadenza Limited's Technology package and panoramic sunroof available on Premium models, and makes things like an 8-way power driver's seat standard equipment. Limited models get a new grille design, and also get standard Flex Steer and surround-view monitor.

About Kia Cadenza

The 2016 Kia Cadenza is more sedan than you’d expect at less than you’d expect to pay. Roomy, comfortable, attractive, with a competent and smooth powertrain, luxurious interior and impressively lengthy complement of features, the Cadenza defines the notion of a lot of automotive bang for your hard-earned bucks. With three trim levels (the base is new this year) and a strong 293-horsepower 3.3-liter V6 engine, the very well-equipped Cadenza starts around $35K and can go up from there. That puts it near Toyota Avalon territory, price-wise, but the Cadenza is more engaging to drive, lacks nothing in feature content and should be seriously considered by anyone shopping for a luxurious, comfortable and very well-equipped sedan at an attractive price.

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