KIA is dishonest. Standard options don't come standard. 15 mpg instead of 21 mpg. The engine light came on at only 500 miles. It handles poorly. Acceleration is weak. It has the feeling of a 4 cylinder. It doesn't have all the options that it's competitors have. The options they do have don't have the functionality of it's competitors. For example, it has radio controls on the steering wheel, yet you can't change the station or go to the next song on the wheel. You still have to go to the radio. ***Spend a little bit more upfront for a more reliable minivan. It'll be cheaper in the long run.
KIA should stick to theri word. If they say options come standard and the vehicle doesn't have that option. Then they install that option at no charge. Instead KIA gives pointless excuses and says,"Its confusing".
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