2019 Kia Stinger. It is fair to say, after all, that the Kia Stinger really does look like your typical Kia. After years of reasonably priced sedans and an affordable hatchback (along with, true, some exotic light-hearted Cubes), the Kia Stinger looks quite more aggressive and sharp. In fact, from some angles you could almost miss the Audi A7 Sportback that it is obviously like to be cross-shaped with. Automotive critic Free Press Mark Villan takes the first engine with the 2018 Kia Stinger, an eye-catching sedan with performance and value targeting Audi and BMW.
It is tempting to store Kia Stinger, with its European appearance and structure, it is the introduction of Kia to a distinctive brand. This is the sister company Kia’s strategy that works with Genesis, which first appeared as a single sports sedan and turned into a luxury brand. Kia executives swear this is not the case. They say the Kia Stinger exists to improve the image of the entire brand, ushered in other premium models and made everything from soul to sport utility vehicles like Sportage and Sorrento seem a bit more special.
Inside, skin trim is standard, with a very soft Napa leather upgrade cost. The 2019 Kia Stinger and Kia Stinger Premium get thick, hand-sewn multi-function leather wheel with paddle-shifter. And the auto-swap na that’s out of a flat tire. Entry-level cars get a 7-inch touch screen information and entertainment system running the Kia UFO platform and a six-speaker audio system. Ascend to Kia Stinger g, you get nine amplifiers and an external amp.
The Harman / Kardon sound system with surround sound is an option, as is the color display head-up. As for the safety of the driver, there is an alert system on alert, avoid collision with the front pedestrian detection, and the system of speed control adaptive stop and move, and help in the maintenance of lanes, warnings of blind spots, and warnings of the collision back through traffic. The trunk is 23.3 cubic feet, and has the option of lifting gate power.
The 253-horsepower rear-wheeled engine has a 253-horsepower 4-cylinder engine. The tested the 2019 Kia Stinger GT almost fully loaded with a twin turbocharged 3.3-liter 6-cylinder pumping 365 hp and 376 lbs of torque and accelerating to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds. It was priced at $49,500. The 8-speed automatic transmission is standard. The four-wheel drive is a $2,200 option on all models.
And Kia Stinger rolls at Kia dealerships later this year with prices starting at $31,900. The next step in the evolution of Kia is likely to be a luxury sportswear sports car, possibly based on the elegant concept of Telluride unveiled by the brand at the North American International Motor Show a few years ago. Kia has not revealed a weight distribution or weight of 2019 Kia Stinger, but the car’s acceleration and handling indicate it is competitive with Audi, BMW, Lexus and Infiniti.