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1998 Kia Sephia Consumer Discussions

Here's one reason. I went in for a low-cost, foreign-built Japanese alternative and I left the Kia lot with a well-built 1999 Kia Sephia 4-door sedan for a grand total of $7995 after a $2,000 manufact...

after looking around, we decided to buy a Sephia. We bought a 1998 demo with a touch over 8000 miles on it. Really have not looked back since....

Well if you bothered to look at the Mentor pictures I posted it looks nowhere near a Sephia....

Congrats on your new ride. The first thing I want to say is that I am not a Kia basher in any way. I bought a new Sephia LS in August 1995 and drove it for 6-1/2 trouble free years. I also bought a ne...

All of these problems everyone has listed, I had the same. I had a 1998 Kia Sephia and put 33,000 miles on it in 9 months. I went through 5 brake rotors, the engine would die out while going 60-70mp...

I'm still really excited about my next car idea...going to sell the clear titled Geo Metro and buy a salvage titled 1998-1999 Kia Sephia sedan for about $2,500. The Kias have such a poor resale value...

and 2000 Hyundai Sonata too. I had 1998 Kia Sephia that broke down many many times. However, I am very happy with my Hyundai. Since Hyundai bought Kia, I decide to give one more chance to Kia. I alre...

and solid long-term reliability ratings. The Sephia/Spectra was not a very good car until the current design debuted in 2004. That's why I think Kia has a little more catching up to do compared to ...

A friend of ours has a 1998 Sephia with a dead alternator. I've checked a half-dozen parts stores, and I find prices anywhere from $175 (but not available), to as much as $303....
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