Wow. This is an impressive-looking car. With its creased sheet metal and low-slung shape, there's a luxury-car sophistication to the exterior of the Optima that you don't see in a lot of family sedans. Its rear quarter is one of its best angles, and despite its low roofline the interior headroom doesn't suffer.
Even though I like the overall shape of the Optima, I'm not a huge fan of the black mesh grille — it seems more pronounced than it needs to be. Unlike on the automaker's new Sorento crossover, the grille isn't broken up by a badge, which is instead positioned just above the grille.
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