2010 Kia OptimaHappy Hal - Charleston, SC10/20/2010
A great buy for the money. Four cylinder engine more than enough for the average drive. Six extremely peppy car. Smooth ride. Engine efficiency better than the standard with 25 mpg in the city and 35 on the road. Finished product better than most on the inside and th overall body condition as good as any.
I would highly recommend this car to anyone looking in the moderate price range and even to those who want to go higher.
Not a kids car
2010 Kia OptimaGiant Trinity - Oklahoma City09/03/2011
Every professional review I've read has said the Kia Optima has the most value for the dollar. To buy a similar style car with the same features, style, horsepower etc. was going to cost 20% more AT LEAST.
This car has a nice clean style that fits into any situation. It has a sporty styling that is fun to drive with an elegant flare that looks good for the man in a business suit.
The 175 horse power V4 offers plenty of power with a 22/32 mpg rated fuel mileage. Nice clean dashboard, great stereo, cold air conditioning and a firm quiet ride that's enjoyable and fun to drive.
Not a kids car. No flashy spoilers or massive horse power. Don't need to know I can do 140 plus miles an hour. Stereo is very nice, but I can't blow my neighbors and friends out of bed while driving down the block.
So far my I've gotten more than I expected. I wanted a reliable value that would get me back and forth to work and be dependabel for a road trip here and there. I got much more than I bargined for. It's been a real pleasure to own so far.
2010 Kia OptimaKelly Brown - San diego, CA06/01/2016
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