Review: 2013 Kia Optima Style, Style, Style

2013 Kia Optima

The 2013 Kia Optima puts other four door sedans to shame.

The Optima looks like a hot sports car, but it’s in a class usually associated with the mundane, family vehicles. Stop traffic and be the talk of the neighborhood in the Kia Optima.

On our test drive, we marveled at the features and drooled over the style. And with America’s best 10-year, 100,000 mile warranty, the Optima really is a no-brainer.

 

The best part of our test drive was the style. When it was parked for pictures, onlookers couldn’t help but walk up and ask questions, when we drove it through a congested area, people slowed down to take a peak.

There’s not a lot of new features compared to the 2012, but when you are already a top of the line vehicle, why change?

Along with style, the Optima has a ton of great features. The 2013 Kia Optima has an available optional Rear Camera, Navigation, UVO entertainment system, smart key system that makes keys a thing of the past and alloy wheels.

2013 Kia Optima Steering Wheel Controls2013 Kia Optima Radio

One thing we liked was how easy it was to use all the features. It can be intimidating in some vehicles when there are a plethora of buttons to push just to get the radio on. But the Optima makes it simple with just a few buttons and an uncluttered center console.

We found the steering wheel audio, Bluetooth and cruise controls to be some of the easiest to use in the business.

The Optima is also one of the safest cars in its class, receive top of rating of “good” by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in all four major categories: Front impact,

Side impact, Roof strength and Rear/head restraint.

You’ll get 24 mpg in the city, 35 mpg on the highway, so you won’t waste time at the pump!

The Optima is available is 12 exterior colors and seven interior choices.

What other experts are saying about the 2013 Kia Optima:

Edmonds.com Customer Reviews give the 2013 Kia Optima 5 stars. Their pros included: Powerful and fuel-efficient engines; handsome cabin; copious features; top crash scores; impressive value; lengthy warranty.

Motortrend.com said pros includeAttractive Design, Adequate Power, Lots of Features, Smooth Ride, Handles Well
and Comfortable.

The Optima was awarded vehicle with the best tech and received J.D. Power’s Best in Class Awards.

If you are ready to own a sporty sedan, call 330-478-0281 to receive more information or schedule a test drive!

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