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New Kia Cadenza Review By Consumer Reports
The U.S. renowned Consumer Reports Reviews the 2014 Kia Cadenza premium sedan.
Watch their video review below and get to know a few more details about the 2014 Kia Cadenza Pricing.
FACTS: The 2014 Cadenza is about to enter the near-luxury market and Kia has announced that it will start at $35,900.
There will only be a single trim level on offer, but it will come with a host of standard features, a 293-hp V-6 mated to a six-speed automatic, and the choice of two options packages.
The base Cadenza will have plenty of standard features such as keyless entry, navigation with satellite radio and SiriusXM Traffic, Kia’s UVO infotainment, Bluetooth, an eight-inch touch screen, a 550-watt Infinity sound system with 12 speakers, rearview camera, leather seating surfaces, and heated power-adjustable front seats.
If you are looking for a few more features, you might want to take a look at the Luxury and Technology packages.
The Luxury Package adds a full-length panoramic sunroof with a power-operated sunshade, upscale Nappa leather trim, a 12-way adjustable and ventilated driver’s seat, heated outboard rear seats, a heated steering wheel with power tilt/telescope, a seven-inch LCD instrument panel, and HID headlamps with adaptive front lighting, taking the price of the car to $38,900.
For a mere $41,900, the Technology Package delivers all the features found on the base and Technology versions, but also adds 19-inch aluminum wheels, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot detection, and lane-departure warning.
In addition, the front side windows feature “hydrophobic technology”, which repels water for increased visibility when driving in rain.