"The 2015 Kia K900 feels like a Kirkland brand luxury sedan from Costco — tasty and much less expensive than a name-brand model, but falling short in sophistication, refinement and cachet," Cars.com reviewer Aaron D. Bragman says. Check out Bragman's
Can Kia build a rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan that people will actually cross-shop with the established players? That's what an epic Super Bowl commercial tried to sell people on a few weeks ago, and we had a chance to take the red
An automaker's Super Bowl XLVIII TV ad will mark the return of "The Matrix," but it's not an announcement of the revival of Toyota's defunct hatchback. Instead, Kia has co-opted the imagery of the blockbuster sci-fi film trilogy in its
Not even a full year after Kia announced its premium Cadenza sedan an even more luxury-oriented K900 is here to bring Kia into the luxury car segment ... again. The K900's feature list reads legitimately with an available V-8 engine,
Kia's Cadenza full-size sedan is an upscale step for the budget brand, but the K900 takes things much farther. The rear-wheel-drive luxury K900 sedan is new for 2015, and we got a closer look after its debut at the 2013
Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays says Kia's new V-8-powered, rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan could go a long way toward elevating the brand's status. Although the K900 has classy looks outside and a refined cabin inside, Mays says the new sedan’s name is
Competes with: Acura RLX, Cadillac XTS, Hyundai Equus Looks like: A super-sized Kia Cadenza Drivetrain: 311-horsepower, 3.8-liter V-6 or 420-hp, 5.0-liter V-8; eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive Hits dealerships: First quarter 2014 Kia takes a big step toward offering
Kia has made no secret of its intentions to introduce a large, rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan to its current U.S. lineup. Teased early last year as the K9, then introduced overseas as the Quoris, Kia announced the flagship sedan's official U.S.