2012 Kia OptimaJack McCormack - Melbourne, FL11/28/2015
Love the styling on this car! It looks like a sports sedan but has the economy to rival compact cars. The 2.4L engine has plenty of pickup when needed, but can still average 33-35mpg with mixed city/hwy driving. Great car for taller people too, myself (6' 2") and my brother (6' 7") fit easily in the front with plenty of space for rear passengers. Couldn't recommend this car more!
2013 Kia OptimaMylinda Jocson - National City, CA12/07/2016
For a mid size sedan it has a sporty feel to it and very roomy . Great on gas less trips to the pump to fill up that you can drive.it everyday and not worry about filling up .Handle's well and powerful you would think you were driving a sports car. I was sold on it from the first test drive .
wonderful car at am awesome price
2012 Kia Optimaallen Morales - madison, ME08/10/2015
I have driven alot of cars but this is so awesome I can't believe I bought it my kids love it my 16yr old drives it to school and his friends love the look of the car the style the color everything the interior is awesome everything about the car is awesome and I am still getting offers to buy the car from me.
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