Kia published prices for the updated sedan K5 2021

Kia published prices for the updated sedan K5 2021

July 7, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

According to the published price list, the initial price for the Kia K5 (Optima) 2021 model year starts at 23,490 dollars

The mid-size sedan KIA Optima ceased to exist. Actually this is not true. The name has disappeared – now Optima will be sold under the designation K5. In a new form, the car debuted at the end of June this year. As a rule, quite a lot of time elapses between the debut of a new car and the price information for it, but not in this case. It is already known that prices for the K5 2021 sedan model year start at $ 23,490.

For reference, this price increase is only $ 100. Compared to Optima 2020.

The car is still an alternative to the more expensive business class sedans Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, and, according to the foreign analytical portal Cars Direct, it is even more affordable than its South Korean counterpart Hyundai Sonata.

For $ 3,490 you get the K5 in the LX configuration with a turbocharged 1.6-liter engine with 180 horsepower, which will be combined with front-wheel drive. An 8.0-inch touch screen and many security systems are also standard.

However, consumers who need more power will have to pay several thousand dollars more. The K5 in the sporty version of the GT, with a 2.5-liter turbocharged 290 hp engine, starts at $ 31,455. The price of the most expensive version of the South Korean K5 sedan will be known when the automaker launches an online configurator for the new product.

It also became known about the financial and rental benefits that are available when buying a new KIA K5, which will be available in the near future. The largest discount provides a discount of $ 2,000. on a complete set EX, but only if you rent a car. The LXS version receives a discount of $ 1,100, and when you purchase a GT-Line performance, you can save up to $ 900, but again, only by concluding a lease. For those who still want to buy a car, there are a number of financial proposals that provide 0.9% per annum for 48 months.