Kelley Blue Books Notes that the Kia K900 Offers Luxurious Amenities, not a Luxury Price Tag
Recently, Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com reviewed the 2017 Kia K900 and lauded the sedan for offering a plethora of amenities and standard safety features that rival vehicles from “luxury” manufacturers – just without the higher cost.
For 2017, the Kia K900 is loaded with such standard safety, connectivity and comfort features as Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist, a 9.2-inch command screen, Lexicon audio system, a navigation/infotainment system controlled through Kia’s UVO voice-activated system and heated front and rear seats.
The reviewer admired the K900’s shapely exterior, observing that it, “makes an elegant statement with its 200-plus-inch length, numerous LED lights and 19-inch wheels.” The side mirrors automatically fold in when the vehicle is parked and locked, making it much harder for other vehicles to hit them.
The K900 comes with a standard 3.8-liter V-6 that generates 311-horsepower, or upgrade to the available 5.0-liter V-8 that cranks out 420-horsepower; each comes paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission that features shift paddles on the steering wheel.
The reviewer paid compliments to the cabin’s extremely quiet aura, relating that wind and road noise are barely perceptible even when driving at highway speeds.
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