Yesterday, Kia announced pricing for the 2017 Cadenza, which arrives at North American dealerships later in November. The all-new second-generation mid-size sedan features a list of refinements at an attractive price which buyers may find hard to resist.
Kia is gaining a solid reputation for its build quality and design of its vehicles. They saw a best for September sales in 2016, pushing 49,220 units, which represents a 3.3% increase compared to the same time in 2015.
For the 2015 Fiscal year, Kia surpassed 600,000 units for the first time in its history. The momentum seems to be on the upswing, with customers opening their wallets up to the automotive manufacturer. Backed by its impressive 5 year/100,000km bumper to bumper warranty, buying a Kia is an easy choice.
Orth Hedrick, vice president of product planning, KMA:
The new Cadenza adds an extra dose of excitement to the large-car segment with its striking, aggressively handsome looks and premium refinements
The all-new Cadenza comes in three trim levels. Buyers will choose from the Premium version which starts at $31,900. Up from there, is the Technology trim, which comes with advanced driver assistance tools and starts at $38,990. Buyers can expect to pay $44,390 for the top of the line Limited package.
Hedrick also went on to say:
But it’s the bottom line where the Cadenza truly shines, offering more luxury, technology and features at a surprisingly affordable starting point, regardless of which trim level is most appealing to our customers
Hendrick is right in the statement above. Kia is making a name for its self, by offering more for less than the competition without sacrificing on quality. Just take a look at the Technology trim and some of the features it comes with;
- Autonomous Emergency Braking2 with pedestrian detection
- Forward Collision Warning2
- Surround View Monitor2
- Smart Blind Spot Detection2
- High Beam Assist
- LED headlights
For those who don’t need the Technology trim, they can opt for the Premium variant and add the $3000 Luxury package which adds a list of features such as Harman Kardon®3 12-speaker surround sound premium audio system, HomeLink®rearview mirror with integrated compass, Blind Spot Detection2 with Rear Cross Traffic Alert2 and Rear Parking Assist System2
There’s also a $1,000 option which includes a panoramic sunroof with power shades.
The all-new 2017 Kia Cadenza offers sophistication and refinement in a bold new package. It starts at $1,000 less versus the outgoing model’s base price and is an excellent value in a crowded market segment. With a solid warranty that’s hard to beat, Kia makes buying a 2017 Cadenza a compelling choice.