2018 Kia Stinger Engine Specs Fuel Consumption Economy Hatchback

2018 Kia Stinger Engine Specs Fuel Consumption Economy Hatchback

If you want a sport sedan because you like to drive and do not want to impress the valet with a stylish badge, the 2018 Kia Stinger may be what you are looking for. With excellent maneuverability, plenty of power and precise steering, the Kia Stinger is the real deal.

The 2018 Kia Stinger offers classic rear wheel drive proportions, with a long hood and a short aft deck, the last part of its very useful lifting design. Although the design incorporates many expected signs from Kia, such as the “tiger nose” grille treatment, it does not look like any other Kia before. The silhouette could be confused with an Audi A5 Sportback, for example, or perhaps with a BMW 4 Series Gran Sport. However, the details of the surface are remarkably different. In fact, some people think that the outside may be too much effort, and if you think that your various vents, fins and taillights look fussy rather than sporty, you’re not alone.

The interior of the 2018 Kia Stinger seems to have been designed by Kia with a Mercedes Benz filter. The design of the family is reminiscent of the minivan Forte, Cadenza, Sedona, etc., but everything is beautiful and beautiful. We love the exposed speaker grilles and the ventilation holes in the Mercedes Benz S Class eye center. We even like the metallic finish of the infotainment controls, although it makes it difficult to read the letters of the buttons. There is plenty of room on the front and rear seats for up to four people, although anyone in the middle back feels probably small. Lift the large hatch and you’ll have plenty of cargo space, with fold down seats that offer even more.

In Canada, Kia dealers will get their 2018 Kia Stinger at the end of November. Canadians will only be able to purchase the all wheel drive V6 for the time being (the GT designation is for V6 models), but the four cylinder model may be available by mid-2018. Americans have more options with traction rear wheels or with traction in all four wheels and a turbocharged four cylinder V6 or a 3.3 liter double turbo V6.

Although 2018 Kia Stinger‘s final release date has not yet been established, as distributors’ availability can never be frozen, most dealers will be fully stocked by the end of 2017. In the United States. UU., The Stinger and Stinger GT will arrive at dealerships in late November (November) in the main east and west coast markets, with greater availability in the rest of the country in mid-December.

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