This car is a little beauty! It is quite roomy for a compact/small car and the interior is quite comfortable. The thing I'm most impressed about is the fuel economy. I do approx. 45miles/day and can go for almost two weeks on a single tank of gas. On average, it costs $25-$30 to fill up! Handling is good and has grunt when it needs it. Definitley recommend this to someone who wants an easily affordable, economic car.
2008 Kia SpectraGadget Nut - Milwaukee, WI04/28/2009
It's a great car. It's very comfortable which is huge for me. Good value for what you get. I was weary of Kias for a while (you know, all those commercials that say if you have a job and 99 bucks you can get a Kia...sounds kinda cheap right?) but they really are a good deal.
2006 Kia SpectraFontdude - Los Angeles, CA06/10/2007
I've been driving the Spectra for a month or so now. It handles nicely and seems to get decent mileage (27 MPG in LA traffic). My only word of caution is about the drivers seat. I am 6'1" and have the seat moved back as far as possible. In other cars I've always had a couple more inches to move back. I didn't notice this until I'd been driving a while - not during the test drive. So if you are tall be aware of this. Other than that - nice car.
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