Kia Model Research
When it comes to full-size sedans, the Kia lineup provides its executive car the Cadenza, which makes a great option for any type of driver.
For the sedan lineup, there might not be a more popular option on the lineup than the Kia Forte, a compact option that's been around for a decade.
If you're a fan of what the Forte has to offer but are discouraged by the amount of cargo space, then you should look into the hatchback Forte5.
Kia might not be a luxury brand, but that doesn't prevent it from making luxury sedans. Enter the K900, a stunning full-size luxury sedan.
The hybrid subcompact crossover known as the Kia Niro was the beginning of Kia's resurgence on the market, and we're happy to provide it here.
If there's one sedan that might be more well-known than the Forte, the midsize Kia Optima would certainly be the choice, being around nearly twice as long.
If you're looking for a vehicle that offers everything the Kia Optima does but would prefer a hybrid powertrain, you'd probably like the Optima Hybrid.
If you like sedans but even the Forte is too big for you, consider the subcompact Kia Rio, which is the entry-level sedan on the Kia lineup.
Once again, if you like what the Rio has to offer but would prefer the utility of a hatchback vehicle, you'll be happy to hear about the Rio 5-Door.
Minivans might not be as popular as they once were, but there are still plenty of great options out there, including the Kia Sedona.
Having been around nearly as long as the Kia Optima, the midsize Sorento crossover is one of the most well-known crossovers on the lineup.
There should be no doubt that the most popular and well-known vehicle on the Kia lineup is the Kia Soul, as it's been driven by many hamsters.
You might be surprised to hear it, but the Kia Sportage is the oldest vehicle on the entire lineup, and it's a great compact crossover option.
One of the hottest vehicles on the entire lineup today, the brand's first sports car is the Kia Stinger, combining incredible style and performance.