of the 1999 Kia Sephia. Base trim shown.
The tailpipe doesn't rust, and the rattles are gone. The body looks substantial, but the appearance is deceptive. It's still a little car, even though it is longer and a ... Read more
Basic can be good, if it's understood to be basic. South Korea's Kia Motors Corp. understands as much, and therein lies the danger for Japanese and U.S. car companies. I&... Read more
Mention the Kia Sephia, and what do you get? A blank look, a slight shrug, a subdued chuckle. In the world of small sedans, the "KEE-uh seh-FEE-uh" is most notable for its rhythmic... Read more
very reliable, economic and low maintenance car.
We've owned a sephia for a few years now and had no issues with this car. It has been reliable and aside from routine maintenance, has been hassle free. It gets right down the road and is great on gas ... Read full review