2015 Kia K900 Price Lowers with New Trim
LeBron James’ endorsement of the K900 may have increased the public perception of Kia, but it hasn’t done a whole heck of a lot for the premium luxury sedan’s sales. The Korean automaker sold just 1,330 models in 2014, but could attract more customers this year, thanks to a new Premium trim that lowers the 2015 Kia K900 price to $55,400 (including the $900 destination charge).
In addition to being $5,000 cheaper than the Luxury trim, the Premium version differs itself by featuring HID rather than LED headlights, 19-inch wheels and a front grille without a chrome finish, a 14- instead of 17-speaker sound system, and seats finished in plain old leather as opposed to Nappa leather.
For shoppers on the other end of the spectrum, Kia is also offering a VIP+ package that increases the K900’s price to $68,400. The extra two grand gets you a split-opening center console, the option of quilted Nappa leather in Tuscan Brown or Indigo Blue, and a “chauffeur seat switch” that the rear-seat occupant can use to move up the seat in front of him for more room (now that’s luxury!)
As Motor Trend notes, “even at $68,400, the 2015 Kia K900 is still priced well below all of its competitors.” With a new base price of just 55 grand, the K900 has become an even better deal—the question remains, are the people who can afford it the kind of shoppers that hunt for bargains?
News Source: Motor Trend
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