Kia Announces 2016 Optima Pricing
Looking for an affordable car that has a number of high-end features is like looking for a needle in a haystack. With a little help from Kia, though, you can easily find this needle in the form of the 2016 Kia Optima.
The Korean carmaker recently announced the 2016 Optima pricing and, even with a starting MSRP of only $21,840, this mid-size sedan might just be the most feature-rich vehicle available in its segment.
The new Optima will come in five trim levels—LX, LX 1.6T, EX, SX, and SXL. With this type of variety, consumers can create a sedan that fits their every need. For the Optima’s low starting MSRP, consumers get a long list of standard features, including a six-way adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar, a Rear Camera Display, and a touchscreen, which varies in size depending on the trim level chosen.
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The higher trim level you choose, the more feature options you’re given. This includes everything from power-folding heated mirrors and LED lights to Advanced Smart Cruise Control and a Lane Departure Warning System, which are available on the SX Technology Package. If you want true luxury, then the SXL is the trim for you, adding standard Nappa leather-trimmed seats, a wireless charging system for your smartphone, and silver perforated stitching on the instrument panel and front door trim.
If you want the perfect combination of luxury and affordability, there are few vehicles that offer what the 2016 Kia Optima does. Add its sleek, sophisticated styling, and you have one vehicle that can’t be stopped.