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A well balanced high performance GT!

Armtek, 04/22/2021
GT2 4dr Sedan AWD (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

We had been looking at the Stinger since it's release and finally got around to buying one. It was our sixth new Kia from Peak Kia in Littleton, CO and 8th overall, so it's safe to say we're Kia fans. I've always been a big fan of Kia's return on investment, and the 2021 Stinger GT2 AWD is the best example of that. It's very well designed, You can have a leisurely commute and then jump into a high performance bit and always be in control. It has enough power to get you into trouble, but enough features and tech to keep you out of it. This car is certainly a 'halo' car for the brand, and has been useful in shaking out some of the newer tech that's filtered down into the rest of the lineup this year. I take the head-up display HUD for granted a lot and really would like to see it standard on more cars because it really keeps your focus on the road and not looking down at the instrument panel. Especially useful on a commute as you can see the blind spot indicators on the HUD without even turning your head. The 360 camera is also great. Moving the ride mode to 'Sport' mode is really great as the driver seat bolsters move in to 'hug' you, just to let you know that you may be in for some g-forces (which you can call up on a gauge, by the way. The only 'complaint' is that the Apple CarPlay version in the 2021 requires a charging cable connected to it for communication, but the vehicle also has wireless charging and bluetooth which is inconvenient, and when you have a large phone like an iPhone 12 pro max it barely fits to begin with (once you trim the rubber pad on the charger. Wireless connections would be appreciated here.

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Go-GT2

Kenny from Atlanta , 01/18/2021
GT2 4dr Sedan (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
8 of 10 people found this review helpful

Had this car for 3 months now and I have no complaints. I like the comfort of the drivers seat the heads up display is great. You now your speed, which when driving this car you need to keep track, and with the lane assist you always know when you get distracted. It’s fast and yet doesn’t get the attention from the police. People who had look at, driven or read car magazines knows this car and how it performs. Couldn’t be happier.

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Nice Drive But Watch The Rattle

Stinger GT, 01/24/2021
GT-Line 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
5 of 6 people found this review helpful

The ride for the GT Line is great! For the money both seats should be automatic! The biggest issue is the trunk rattles at low speeds. The issue is known for the Stinger model (google it). I brought mine in - the issue was not corrected- will be going back.

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Almost Perfect

Kyle H., 01/17/2021
GT-Line 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

The overall appeal and feel of this vehicle is great! I went with the 2021 Kia stinger GT line. It's the 2 l turbo, now this thing absolutely does not have a bunch of power initially but it's got a bunch of potential. The overall feeling and handling of it is almost perfect I believe the sway bar is definitely need upgraded to give it a little bit more less of a flex around turns but the overall strength of the structure is perfect. It's very long and there's plenty of space in it for a sports sedan. The aesthetics of it are absolutely amazing although the headlights come with halogen bulbs in them compared to the upgraded model that has amazing LEDs so I had to swap those bulbs out immediately after buying it. I believe there should be some more safety features that come stock in it no matter what but I do give the car four out of five stars.

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Kia stinger GT1

Steven T., 11/08/2020
GT1 4dr Sedan AWD (3.3L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
9 of 19 people found this review helpful

The vehicle is a very nice and beautiful car overall. However, I feel for the price their asking for the stinger isn’t worth it. Overall, my main upset was 2 things; driver seat is very tight and compact and wasn’t comfortable nor felt safe driving when my left arm is pressed against the window and/ window buttons, and secondly theres certain parts of the interiors that are made of plastic. For the name and brand Kia, I personally wouldn’t spend that much for the vehicle.

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