When shopping for a new car, you not only have to narrow the vast quantities of vehicles available down to a brand and model but also down to what model year to buy. At Frank Boucher Kia we can show you exactly what changes have been to the Kia Cadenza for the new model year with a comparison of the 2017 Kia Cadenza vs 2016 Kia Cadenza.
For the new model year, the 2017 has been completely redesigned with upgraded performance features, safety systems and design elements. Now more than ever before you can tailor your 2017 Cadenza to fit your personal style. The body of the 2017 Cadenza has been simplified to feature sleek lines with the added pop of either the Diamond Butterfly or Intaglio grille design. The interior also offers drivers more options for the 2017 model with an added dark brown interior color, lowered driver seat and a new trim offered with the White Package.
Get Added Safety Systems in the All-New 2017 Cadenza
In addition to enhanced style of the Kia Cadenza, the 2017 model also brings with it Kia's most advanced driver assistance features. Added to the 2017 Cadenza as part of Kia's DRIVE WiSE sub-brand, are the new optional safety systems of Forward Collison Warning System, Head Up Display and Autonomous Emergency Braking. There are also advanced safety features that were optional on the 2016 model that are now standard on the 2017 model such as Blind-Spot Detection and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
You can get more information on the 2017 and 2016 Kia Cadenza with Frank Boucher Kia in Racine, WI.