The 2015 Kia Optima Hybrid doesn't have the eye-popping fuel economy of its primary rivals, but it's still a sleek, refined hybrid sedan that's worth considering if you don't mind sacrificing a few mpg on the altar of style.
- Lots of features for the money
- Handsome cabin with easy-to-use controls and comfortable front seats
- Top crash scores
- Lengthy warranty.
- Lower fuel economy than rivals
- Tight rear-seat headroom
- Odd brake response.