Cars.com Reviews the 2014 Kia Cadenza

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The 2014 Kia Cadenza looks handsome and expensive outside, and rich materials and blissfully simple controls are big wins inside, says Cars.com reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder. Although Kia's new full-size sedan is classy and comfortable, shoppers may have trouble paying premium prices for a sedan from a non-premium brand, Wiesenfelder says. 

2014 Kia Cadenza Review

By Jennifer Geiger | August 22, 2013 | Comments (5)

Comments 

skippydog

Eh another FWD fullsize luxury car. Yawn. The real deal coming soon from Kia is the Quoris.

sheth

You dont need RWD in a large luxury car like this. In most instances a person cant even tell the difference between RWD and FWD on the street.

The lacrosse V6 has a 13.3 cu ft trunk, the e assist model isnt comparable to a V6 powered Cadenza so there is no point in mentioning the e assist model. Why would you call out the smaller trunk of that model and fail to mention the trunk of the V6 model?

Tony

Who wants or needs $40K Kia??

sheth

it starts at $36k and I doubt they plan to sell a whole lot of them. You will pay $40k for a loaded Impala, Taurus or Avalon as well. None of these cars is cheap with options. Then again, they have a lot more space and equipment than $40k BMW or MB. Who needs a $50k 3 series?

Parrots

It starts at $36K, but there are heavy discounts on them in my area. The dealers like them at about $30K. It's a pretty good deal.

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