2014 Kia Optima HybridJared Rasmussen - Racine, WI08/09/2015
The balance between style, features, affordability, fuel economy, and driver utility could not be better. This car feels comfortable and fun to drive. Despite being a hybrid, it has the hallmark Kia "pep" with the responsive accelerator. Even though it's fairly large and quite heavy with the hybrid battery, I have thus far averaged >40mpg highway. I believe the sticker was between 36 and 40. The dashboard includes visual indicators to let you know how well you're doing at utilizing the hybrid battery and maximizing fuel economy.
Sleek, confortable great car
2013 Kia OptimaRamona Young - Boynton Beach, FL01/03/2017
I am very comfortable in this car. It is peppy, sleek and fun, I love the panoramic sunroof. The car will respond well when you need to accelerate.
The cabin could be less noisy. Selection buttons were not made with a woman in mind and can be difficult to push.
My favorite yet
2015 Kia SoulEric Church - Columbia, SC04/21/2017
SUV feel without SUV price or gas mileage. It gets me on avg 30 MPG, I love sitting up high and it's super fun to drive. The cool and fun color (Green) makes it an interesting car and whether you like the Kia Soul or not... when you see it in that funky green color you can't help but smile at it! Love the Sirius XM Radio in it too! It's a wonderful car for me.
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