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2019 Kia Forte Arrives With Hints of Stinger DNA 2019 Kia Forte Arrives With Hints of Stinger DNA
The 2019 Kia Forte recently debuted at the North American International Auto Show, highlighting the Korean company’s efforts to evolve it into a more refined compact car. The Forte picks up design cues from the Stinger, which is probably a good call, given how well the Stinger has been received....
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It’s Official: A Kia Sorento Diesel Is Happening in the U.S. It’s Official: A Kia Sorento Diesel Is Happening in the U.S.
- The void in the U.S. diesel passenger-car market left by Volkswagen’s abrupt exit is becoming less and less of an empty space as Chevrolet, Jaguar, and others attempt to gain a foothold in this niche. Kia will be the next entrant with a diesel-powered version of the Sorento crossover, which is...
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Top Boxes: Every Minivan Ranked from Worst to Best Top Boxes: Every Minivan Ranked from Worst to Best
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Top Boxes: Every Minivan Ranked from Worst to Best »
Kia Soul EV Now Offers up to 111 Miles of Range Kia Soul EV Now Offers up to 111 Miles of Range
- The 2018 Kia Soul EV is virtually indistinguishable from the 2017 model except for one very important technical detail: a boost in driving range of nearly 20 percent, to 111 miles. - It’s a distinction that is bound to increase the Soul EV’s appeal among commuters and those who see it as a potential...
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Kia Promises to Commercialize Level 4 Autonomous Cars by 2021 Kia Promises to Commercialize Level 4 Autonomous Cars by 2021
- As part of a gaggle of announcements from Kia today at CES in Las Vegas, the automaker has promised that it will put a Level 4 self-driving car on the road starting in 2021. What does this mean in practice? That in less than four years, Kia will commercialize a car capable of what the engineering...
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What’s Better Than 4G? 5G! And Kia’s Got It, at CES What’s Better Than 4G? 5G! And Kia’s Got It, at CES
- A 5G network has not even been fully implemented for consumer use on smartphones (yet), but Kia is already working on using it to connect with its vehicles. In addition to showing off a battery-electric version of the Niro, Kia will have a spate of future-tech announcements and demonstrations at...
What’s Better Than 4G? 5G! And Kia’s Got It, at CES »
Kia’s Electric Concept Car for CES Is Really the Niro EV in Disguise Kia’s Electric Concept Car for CES Is Really the Niro EV in Disguise
- With less than a week to go until CES kicks off in Las Vegas, Kia has laid out its plans for the event. In addition to CES-typical future stuff such as autonomous-driving tech and a new in-car 5G data connection, Kia will show off an all-new, fully electric concept car. That last bit has our interest...
Kia’s Electric Concept Car for CES Is Really the Niro EV in Disguise »
2018 Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid: Product & Performance Overview 2018 Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid: Product & Performance Overview
You can say a lot of things about Kia, but you can’t call them slow to react. It seems they’ve been making a habit of rolling out a particular car, either an established model, or in this case, a new one like the Niro, and pretty soon after, the higher-tech models follow. The Niro is a little...
2018 Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid: Product & Performance Overview »
2018 Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid: Product & Performance Overview 2018 Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid: Product & Performance Overview
You can say a lot of things about Kia, but you can’t call them slow to react. It seems they’ve been making a habit of rolling out a particular car, either an established model, or in this case, a new one like the Niro, and pretty soon after, the higher-tech models follow. The Niro is a little...
2018 Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid: Product & Performance Overview »
Headlights and Small-Overlap Front Crash Tests Shorten List of 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Award Winners Headlights and Small-Overlap Front Crash Tests Shorten List of 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Award Winners
- New standards for headlights and front-end crashes are making it harder for new cars and trucks to receive an insurance-industry-backed group’s highest safety rating. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave just 15 vehicles its highest rating of Top Safety Pick+ for 2018, compared...
Headlights and Small-Overlap Front Crash Tests Shorten List of 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Award Winners »

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