Because the Kia Sephia doesn't have a knockout price, why buy it? That's what I was wondering after spending a week behind the wheel of a silver 1996 Sephia LS.
This car doesn't bring anything new to the party. The Sephia is a nicely styled automobile with average - or slightly worse - quality. And its performance, fuel economy and safety features don't set it apart from the leaders in the class. (Sephia's main competitors - the Toyota Tercel, Honda Civic and Ford Escort - are three small cars with well-proven reputations for quality and dependability.)
Even though I don't dislike theSephia, I could find no compelling reason to own it.
Some of the car's trim parts are very cheap-looking, and... Read More