Very smooth ride, great gas mileage, for being a 4cylinder car has some decent power.
The seats are a little odd, you fall into the backs of the seat and feel like a cacoon. I put seat covers on the seats to help push me out of the seat a little bit and feels perfects now.
Oustanding Vehicle for the Driver and Rider
2010 Kia Optimarachel wilmington - Wilmington, NC12/20/2011
This car is a huge 10 out of 10 in my opinion. I have had one other Kia, a spectra, and I loved that vehicle too. The Optima I just purchased is a bit roomier and more spacious. The outside appearance is great, but its the inside and the great gas mileage that makes the car so valuable. I drive a ton for work (about 20k/year) and I have such high respect for these Kia cars. I would recommend this for the person who does not need pick up OR glitz and glam...the practicle and sturdy person who uses a car to get around and to feel safe.
So glad I got the Kia
2010 Kia OptimaJerri - Kansas City, KS11/22/2010
After doing a lot of online research and comparisions I decided the Kia Optima was the top of my list. I have not been disappointed. This is a terrific family sedan. One of our children is 6ft and she has more then enough leg room in the rear seat. If you're looking for a great buy you definitely need to check this car out.
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