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2018 With all the Bells and Whistles

THOMAS, 02/16/2018
EX 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid 6A)
9 of 10 people found this review helpful

I had own a Kia Forte before and I enjoyed the car, it was the EX with four doors and it's was pretty simple and good mileage, the Kia Optima Plug In hybrid-Everything is pretty simple to use, it is alot heavier than the Forte, better gas mileage because of hybrid and plugin, the inside interior (I have the technology package) everything is good, from the sunroof, leather, the 10 speaker sound system is really good-dont believe me just go to a dealership and test out the sound, I had a after market speakers in my forte, I do miss my subwoofer extra kick but the optima sound makes it pretty good overall, smaller trunk space is little disheartening but everything else with the car is amazing, my friend has a Camry and I can definitely say this kia feels alot more luxorious and I like the handling better the one thing about the camry is that you can sit in the middle in the backseat more naturally but I don't usually have five people riding with me Update 8 months later: the biggest gripe I can find with this car is the trunk space, if you are someone who likes to use the trunk it's going to be really handicapped

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Very happy with the car so far, albeit only 2 days

SDDriver, 06/17/2021
EX 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid 6A)
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I was looking to replace a 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid SE that got totaled in an accident. I was considering a 2019 Hyundai Ioniq as well as the Prius and Ford Fusion Hybrid. I was intrigued with the Optima because it had the plug-in component. Although electric only is only good for 29 miles (mine always says 27 when fully charged), it is enough for a trip to my work and back home. I test drove the Optima along with the Ioniq and the others. What I liked about this Optima was that it drove very much like a regular car and much more sporty and composed than the Ioniq and Prius, which drive very light and flighty. The Fusion Hybrid was too bouncy and the seats sucked. The sound system is great and the layout is excellent. Reminds me a lot of the BMWs. Looking forward to keeping this as my daily driver for a long time.

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