At the 2019 New York International Auto Show, Kia turned heads with the debut of a limited edition driver-focused Stinger GTS. From the new available all-wheel drive system with drift mode, to the genuine carbon fiber accents, Stinger GTS is ready to conquer the pavement. Kia also debuted the HabaNiro concept car, featuring butterfly doors, a red-hot interior and a forward-thinking design.1
We are delighted to announce, as of March 2019, more than eight million Kia vehicles have been sold since entering the U.S. market in 1994. This accomplishment comes on the heels of the launch of Telluride, which was named "Best in Show” by Cars.com at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. With an ethos of, give it everything, Telluride is ripe with technology, luxury, and utility, all with a starting MSRP of $31,690.1
Introducing the newly redesigned 2020 Soul which turned heads and drew stares as it made its debut on the red carpet. The latest model of the hugely popular Kia crossover features a completely redesigned exterior and interior, along with high-tech features.1
Kia and Amazon have come together to simplify home charging solutions. Effortlessly discover EV charging equipment, view upfront pricing for electrical services and even schedule a licensed electrician online to install a 240V EV charger. All home charging installation services are backed by Amazon’s Happiness Guarantee, ensuring total satisfaction.1
Take on adventures big and small in the versatile Sorento. At home on any road, it’s easy to maneuver around town and comfortably seats seven in three standard rows. Road trip? Yes please. An available AWD1 can up your off-road capability, while innovative technology upgrades every journey. Sorento is ready when you are, so where to next?