Research: Kia Trim Levels
Kia offers a lot of features and performance in every vehicle we sell on the lot, but do you know what makes the Exclaim trim level of the Kia Soul stand out from the Soul's Base and Plus trims? Or which trim levels of the Kia Sorento's seven overall come with a V6 engine?
We have provided links to several pages that document the features of some specific trim levels for these amazing models, which include the Kia Optima and Kia Cadenza sedans, the Kia Forte compact, the Kia Soul crossover, the Kia Sportage and Kia Sorento SUVs, and the Kia Niro hybrid crossover!
Whether you opt for the Base, the Plus or the Exclaim trim of the Soul, you're in for a thrill ride with this versatile and fun crossover.
The SX Turbo trim of the Sportage is a high-octane trim of this small SUV, which is redesigned with additional MPG and cargo space.
The Sorento is a best-selling midsize SUV for a reason, not the least of which is its seven available trims. See how the four V6 trims compare.
The all-new Kia hybrid can save you a bucketful of money and give you years of driving delights, with available heated seats, 50 MPG, and more.
A stalwart of Kia's line, the Optima sedan can deliver upwards of 245 HP, provide fuel savings and keep you safe with its durable construction.
Kia's compact car is never small on quality. This is evident with its new design features and a new trim level, the sporty S, for the 2017 model year.
The large sedan of the Kia line, the Cadenza and its re-tuned engine and new design features are in an ad campaign with celeb Christina Hendricks.
With seven trims, the Sedona is one minivan that has something for everyone, with 142 cubic feet for cargo and available first class lounge seats.