2014 Kia Cadenza Limited Long-Term Road Test

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2014 Kia Cadenza: Trunk Release Button But...

September 25, 2014

2014 Kia Cadenza

You've seen some posts by our staff about the usefulness of the trunk features in our long-term 2014 Kia Cadenza and one about it bonking Scott on his head.

This weekend I went grocery shopping and was happy to see the cargo net in the trunk to hold my bottles in place. But I noticed a cost-cutting feature in our Cadenza. While it has a trunk release button on the keyfob, it just unlatches the lock to the trunk. The trunk lid then pops open a little but does not have any equipment to auto-open and auto-close.

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2014 Kia Cadenza: Trunk Lid Hit Me in the Head

August 12, 2014

2014 Kia Cadenza

I'm a huge fan of our long-term 2014 Kia Cadenza, and the more I drive this sedan the more I like it. However, last week I found something to complain about, and it just about hit me right between the eyes.

It was the Cadenza's trunk lid.

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2014 Kia Cadenza: Road Trip Impressions

July 15, 2014

2014 Kia Cadenza

For the Fourth of July holiday, I packed up my family (wife and two small children) for a 600-mile round-trip road trip. The crossover SUVs in Edmunds' long-term fleet weren't available, but I figured the 2014 Kia Cadenza would work out fine given that it has the space and comfort to be a trusty long-distance companion.

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2014 Kia Cadenza: Trunk Full of Dishes

April 30, 2014

2014 Kia Cadenza

I finally broke down and bought a new set of grown-up "everyday" dishes yesterday, but I was a little dismayed to find that each of the 32 pieces were separate, none of them packed in a box.

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2014 Kia Cadenza: Useful Trunk Features

January 2, 2014

2014 Kia Cadenza

Our 2014 Kia Cadenza Limited has standard heated rear seats, but they don't fold forward to augment trunk space. I recently bought a tree trimmer from the home improvement store, and while 15.9 cubic feet is generous, I was grateful to find the armrest pass-through. I probably could have wedged the eight-foot pole in the interior, but this trap door was easier.

Also, the $50 optional cargo net came in handy when I recently bought some fire wood. Don't laugh. This is how city slickers often get their wood: from the grocery store and bound neatly in shrink-wrapped plastic.

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Edmunds Insurance Estimator

The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2014 Kia Cadenza in VA is:

$115 per month*
* Explanation
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