2014 Kia Optima SX Limited Start Up and Review 2.0 L Turbo 4-Cylinder

2014 Kia Optima SX Limited Start Up and Review 2.0 L Turbo 4-Cylinder

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Антон Шепелев says:

very awful sound of engine

123chunhou says:

Why do pretty much all cars at a dealership have no to very little gas

Geri Howard says:

seems like this is extremley similar to the hyundai sonata but the sonatas
cheaper and better on gas 

Nickolas Scott says:

It’s a nice car, but at 41k there are too many better, nicer cars.

Randy Wild says:

I wish this thing had a v6 instead of that 4 cylinder


Andrew Cook says:

PLEASE stop with the cheesy intro music. everything else is great!

Hexen302 says:

I was looking at this or the 2015 Sonata Sport 2.0T with the Ultimate
package. Think im going with the Sonata instead. 

godzillip123 says:

I love this car, I like the features and the exterior , but Im finding it
hard to find the 1980 s style dashboard facing driver. Kinda like knight
rider type dash. Nice but I wish I could look similar to the cadenza . And
I agree the engine sounds almost like a lawnmower. But nice car overall.

Taxminia0311 says:

I really wish that Kia optima would come with all the same features that
Subaru has, such as lane departure and warning, adaptive cruise control
ect…until then I wont purchase one otherwise I really love the car.

Camerons Car Reviews says:
pkfan961 says:

At the Roseville automall aren’t we?

Andreas Cappello says:

I love optima ,nice car, good performance, much better of another brands
like bmw ,audi, mercedes, nissan, good price you gonna buy sxl full
optional.

Ali aliraqi says:

am so surprised that no paddle shift on the steering wheel > may friend
got one and its not limited but its got paddle shift 

yiyangcheng says:

it’s very surprising of how far the Optima has become compare to the optima
behind the new optima

ARich says:

The Optima has does have paddle shifters. But only on the models that don’t
have the heated steering wheel. So you basically have to pick between the
two. It is rather strange that both can’t be had together though. Equally
as surprising tho is how far Kia as a brand and the Optima as a model have
come in the past few years. Just look at the early-2000’s Optima behind
this new one in this video for a good illustration. Buick has had a similar
dramatic brand image transformation in the last 5-6 years or so as well,
and both brands are two of the fastest growing brands in America now.

Vlad Saghin says:

Very nice car. I like the stiching on the seats, they remind me of those in
the Audi s8 but for 41’700$ you can still get a sonata for less or a
cadenza or even better, the new genesis

Earl Matthew Avila says:

+Camerons Car Reviews Please review the 2015 Kia K900, 2014 Hyundai Sonata
Hybrid, 2014 Kia Optima Hybrid, & 2014 Hyundai Equus. Thanx!

Earl Matthew Avila says:

This car also known in Korea as Kia K5.

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