How to make your next big project look good on your Kia Optima
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A decade ago, it would have seemed unimaginable that Kia would sell millions of Kia vehicles.
Yet now the automaker has the kind of marketing muscle it once lacked: The automaker is selling more than 2.5 million of the vehicles in the United States alone.
Now, Kia is taking a page from its own playbook and selling its new Optima sedan in every U.S. market in which it is sold.
The Optima is a luxury sedan, designed to appeal to the middle class.
It features a six-passenger seating configuration, which is unusual in a luxury car, but Kia has opted for a four-door configuration that offers more legroom than its bigger cousins.
Kia also has a few other small touches.
The interior is a lot more spacious than the standard Optima.
It includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel and steering wheel pedals, a full-size touchscreen, and a leather dash.
Inside, Kias interior is so spacious that it can fit six passengers, even though it has a capacity of just two.
The cabin is also more spacious, although its dimensions are much less spacious than a luxury luxury sedan’s.
Kias four-speed automatic transmission, which gives the Optima a top speed of 60 mph, has a seven-speed manual transmission that can be set to manual, automatic, or automatic-limited.
Kies manual transmission has an 8:1 ratio, which makes it ideal for cruising around town or driving along the highway.
The automatic-only option is the one that makes the Optime so fun to drive.
It has a 2:1 shift ratio, and it makes the car more enjoyable to drive than the manual option, too.
Kiamas manual-only automatic transmission has a 6:1 shifting ratio.
The front seats are more comfortable than those of other Optima models.
The center console has a built-in USB port and a power button that is illuminated when the car is running.
In addition, the Optimes dashboard has a display that shows traffic and traffic jams.
The Kia’s dashboard also has an auto-dimming indicator that allows drivers to adjust the brightness of the screen when the vehicle is not in motion.
A Kia spokesperson told Newsweek that the Optias interior features include an extra rear passenger seat, which can be easily accessed by removing the seatbelts.
The vehicle is also equipped with an eight-way power driver seat.
The car’s six-way automatic transmission can be used for manual or automatic transmission.
The power steering is also the same one found in the Optimas front seats, although Kia makes it slightly more responsive and easier to control.
The driver’s seat in the rear has a large backrest and is also adjustable.
A power sunroof, which the Optias comes with, is located on the roof.
The exterior of the Optimum has an aluminum-framed front grille that has been raised, and the roof is chrome, which adds a bit of sportiness to the vehicle.
The rear of the vehicle also has chrome grille with LED lighting and a rear spoiler.
The headlights are bright and clear and are a nice touch.
The roofline is high enough that it will take up most of the rear passenger seats.
The top of the roof includes a sunrooftop, and there is also an optional rear cross-over rearview mirror that provides a better view than the front view.
The sunroofer is located in the front of the car, and has a very pleasing sound.
A driver’s footrest can be adjusted to position the Optimo at any height.
In all, the interior of the Kia Optima is very well made and offers all the usual features of a luxury vehicle.
KIA’s Optima has a price tag of $37,495, but buyers can pick it up for $40,995.
A decade ago, it would have seemed unimaginable that Kia would sell millions of Kia vehicles.Yet now the automaker has…