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by Love my Optima from Virginia | November 16, 2013
I've owned one for 10 years and LOVE it! It gets great gas mileage and is the most reliable car I've every owned.
owned a kia for three years,never had a problem would drive any where in the usa
without hesitation,really like this car will buy a new one soon.I recommend this car to any one who wants trouble free drive.