Kia Cadenza Lease

2015 Kia Cadenza Lease

$2,999 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $35,100

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Cadenza Report
The Kia Cadenza is a new mid-size sedan that competes in the premium segment for a more affordable price. This Cadenza Lease gets you into a car packed with luxury goodies and tons of technology. Kia claims to be: An important role is also played by the strongest of Kia previously produced V6 engine for the new Cadenza. Kia is among the world’s fastest growing automakers. This country is better known for inexpensive and simple models in the small car and compact segment, especially Kia. Here are the Koreans have also higher models in the range. And, the manufacturer endeavors into the premium segment. The 3.3-liter V6 with direct injection (GDI) makes 293 hp and 345 Newton meters of torque.
Even with the rest of its features Kia wants to score: From keyless entry on 10-way adjustable leather stalls through to intelligent cruise control with automatic spacer system and Brake Assist Koreans wait with current standards in the premium sedan segment. Lane assist and a blind-spot assistant see themselves by itself
The sedan is just 1.48 meters high and stretches to a length of just under five meters. So the Kia offers plenty of space for passengers. For the optics are characterized Peter Schreyer (Kia now president, formerly chief designer) is responsible.
The revised optics engages loud Kia on the latest elements of the Kia design language. The front of the revised model shows a new interpretation of the typical Kia grille (Tiger nose). Redesigned the bonnet, boot lid, the headlights and taillights, and bumpers were furthermore added side air outlets in the front fenders.
The Facelifft version should come in the first half of the year in different countries on the market. In this case, the manufacturer takes mainly the U.S. market to target. An Introduction to Europe and thus also in Germany is not currently planned, according to Kia.