2015 Kia K900 Photo Gallery (22 Photos)

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Kia's Cadenza full-size sedan is an upscale step for the budget brand, but the K900 takes things much farther. The rear-wheel-drive luxury K900 sedan is new for 2015, and we got a closer look after its debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.

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The V-8 powered sedan — Kia's first — wears a LED head- and taillights, Kia's signature grille and plenty of chrome trim. Click here for more information, and check out the gallery below; Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

Jay

Looks so much like the Acura RLX but better. It also has "control knobs" (YES!!!). Its funny Kia (really KIA?) can make a business case to sale a rear wheel drive car with a V8 and Honda/Acura "tells the consumer" they can not.

Ben

This looks great, impeccably finished inside.

Gerard

Like the Laferarri...pretty car, stupid name.

Tony

"...impeccably finished inside"

Even on pictures I can see assembly issues. But this may be a pre-production car.

Definitely, a good-looking car. Unfortunately, we'll see it on the road once a year.

Bob

Is this the buy one get two free price? I wouldn't pay more than $20k if it came with unlimited miles and an unlimited year warranty.

Bob

KIA means JUNK in Korea

Bob

Pay $60,000 cash today & you'll be lucky to see $5,000 tomorrow. CLUNKER

Jay

Bob you are right on WTF is KIA thinking trying to make a high end luxury car again, KIA amanti anyone??? That car is a DOG!!! Like the ones those korans ate for breakfast!

ray clark

Bob, why so much anger over a car. Have you owned a KIA?

Kim Collison

I would buy one currently own a kia.never had any trouble has almost three houndred thousand miled

Tonya

I have a KIA Cadenza and I love my car! It is a luxury car without the luxury price!

Kim

Koreans don't eat dog for breakfast, Jay! Have you been there and seen it for yourself? Such a haters. I bet your life is just sucks, huh? Feel sorry for you.

Sharon

I own a Kia Amati. I love my car. I waited for the Cadenza to come out so I could compare it to the Optima. Now I'll wait to see the K900. If you've never owned a "new" Kia, take another look. Never had ANY problem with my Amati many people have offered to buy it. Never sell it.

Ken

Nice looking car and probably drives nice wish they could have come up a better name and once I start to spend more than $30 thousand for a car don't think I am going KIA just yet!

Tim

Gerard !!!

Stupid Name ????

What's wrong with K 900

Lexus , BMW they all have names like this?

GERARD is a STUPID name !!!!

ED B

Nice car I owned a REO and
loved it. Why don't KIA make
a pick-up? I would buy one
tomorrow.

Mike

Beck & Masten Kia has 3!! in Houston. Ask for Mike the K-900 rep.

Jay

It,s nice car but too much expensive 60 k today tomorrow 10000 . If it was 23.0000 I will consider it. Kia 900 is a too much for a Kia

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