2011 Kia Optima Sedan
Benefits of Driving a 2011 Kia Optima Sedan
Altogether, the Optima is one of the sportiest-feeling mid-size sedans in its base configuration, while the Turbo model promises the acceleration and responsiveness of rival V6 models but with true 4-cylinder fuel economy--22 mpg city and 34 highway, by EPA estimates. It fits Kia's tradition of packing more features and value into their vehicles at the same price as lesser-equipped rival models while actually forging a beautiful new design direction.
What's new for 2011?
With a stylish new design inside and out along with all-new powertrains and slightly larger all around, the Kia Optima is all-new and completely redesigned for 2011. Later in the model year, the Kia Optima lineup will be joined by a new Optima Turbo model, as well as a new Optima Hybrid. The latter will be Kia's first-ever hybrid.
- Stylish new design
- roomy interior
- excellent gas mileage, even with turbo
- steering and handling
- extensive standard features
- strong resale value
- long warranty
The Optima is entirely new for 2011, a bit larger than the model it replaces and showcasing a dramatic new design that's been led by Kia's new Soul and Forte small cars. The Optima shows off the brand's European-influenced style, with crisp but flowing lines and a chrome-tipped dual exhaust on all models.