February is here and Kia has some incentive offers that you are sure to love. Kia Motors Finance has 0% financing for 75 months on Forte, Optima, Sportage, and Sorento. You can choose to defer your first payment for 90 days! If you are already a KIA Finance customer, you could qualify the owner loyalty upgrade.
Secondly, Kia has some outstanding rebate offers available. $3000 rebate on the 2018 Kia Sorento, $2000 rebate on the 2018 Kia Sportage and 2018 Kia Forte, and $2500 rebate on the 2018 Kia Optima. Kia Motors Finance also has a tremendous offer for those of you who like to keep a new vehicle. The KMF Retail Balloon Program puts you in the driver’s seat for your entire ownership, giving you an upfront guaranteed trade value at loan term, and allowing you to trade every 36 months. To top this off, payments are normally less than a regular retail purchase. Ask one of our consultants for all of the details.
Now is the best time ever to purchase a new Kia and J.D. Power for the second year in a row named Kia has the #1 brand in the 2017 Initial Quality Survey.
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Remember, getting there is half the fun! Make the drive to Mark Martin Kia before you begin your journey. Ask your friends and neighbors why they drive a Mark Martin Kia. Many of our customers say it was their best experience buying a vehicle.
2018 Kia Cadenza Vs. 2017 Kia Cadenza
You can’t fake elegance. It’s a feeling, a sense of something composed and timeless happening in front of you.
Sophistication and elegance are tough qualities to nail. Getting it right requires narrowly placing a design on the microscopic border between under-designed and bland, or overdesigned and ostentatious. For years, very few manufacturers had the key to this combination. Luxury cars made by the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Bentley were renowned for their understated and composed designs.
Many badges and brand names compete to make a case for being elegant, but it’s the ones that don’t make a bunch of noise about their sophisticated design credentials which often make the best case for it. Such is the Kia Cadenza.
Redesigned with a bold and composed exterior for the 2017 model year, the Kia Cadenza is back offering luxury, performance and elegance that competes with luxury German brands without a similar price tag. Let’s look at what Kia has changed on their flagship executive sedan.
2018 Kia Cadenza New Features
Many of the luxury-performance features on the 2017 Kia Cadenza carry over. The biggest change is the addition of a panoramic sunroof and interior LED lighting as a standard feature on the V6 luxury package. Both features remain included on the Technology and Limited trim levels as standard.
Besides that, the 2018 model sees Perimeter Approach Lighting included as a standard feature on the Technology and Limited trim levels, and an available feature on Premium. This feature provides lighting underneath side mirrors that allows you to see the ground in front of your door as you approach.
19” alloy wheels, which were available on the 2017 Kia Cadenza Technology trim level, are now standard on Technology.
Need a refresh on the devilish specs that are carrying-over from the 2017 Cadenza? We’ve got you covered. The 2017 Kia Cadenza enjoys the thrill and performance of a powerful 3.3L V6 engine that outputs as cool 290 horsepower and 253 lb-ft. of torque.
Despite these confident performance numbers and a naturally-aspirated V6, the Cadenza gives drivers an impressive fuel economy. EPA-estimated economy sees the Cadenza earn 20 MPG city, 28 MPG highway and 23 MPG combined.
The engine is mated to a smooth and precise electronically-controlled, 8-speed automatic transmission with Sportmatic® and Smart Shift & Drive. Braking is accomplished by the Cadenza’s 4-wheel disc with anti-lock braking system (ABS) with 12.6-inch front rotors and 11.8-inch rear rotors.
We couldn’t be more excited about the latest Cadenza. The Cadenza shows that superior design can be accessible and doesn’t exclusively belong to any badge. While competitors are busy rehashing old aesthetics and adding overdesigned elements that will be dated in a few years, Kia has built the Cadenza with timeless elegance and performance to match.
For more information on the 2018 Kia Cadenza or schedule your test drive at Mark Martin Kia , contact us today!
Mark Martin Kia has a never before offer from America’s highest rated manufacturer.0% financing for 75 months on new 2017/2018 model
Kia Sorento Kia Sportage Kia Forte Kia Optima We will also defer your first payment for 90 days. That’s 0% and 3 whole months without the worry of making a payment.
Check this out….If you are currently financing with KIA Finance you could qualify for programs you never have before with the owner loyalty upgrade offer.
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On top of this great offer, we also will continue give you a great value for your trade. With 0% and very high trade offers, you can lower your payments. If you know someone this offer could help, send them a copy of this email. If they bring it in to the store and purchase a vehicle, we will happily send you $50 for you time.
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The new 2019 Kia Forte 4-door sedan has now been officially unveiled, giving us the perfect opportunity to dig a little deeper on what it delivers.The new design is certainly more mature, and it now comes equipped with the highly efficient 2.0-liter engine mated to an i-CVT transmission. The new Forte was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and it looks set to offer stiff competition to the likes of the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, and VW Jetta.
Exterior design of 2019 Kia Forte
The first thing that jumps out on any vehicle is the exterior, and the new design of the Forte looks to be Euro-inspired, with a sporty look that borrows elements from the great looking Kia Stinger sports sedan. The hood is now longer, courtesy of the windshield being moved back a full 5 inches. The roofline is also longer, which helps with the sporty styling. You can definitely see the influence of the Stinger in the headlight design and the sculpting of the hood. The now familiar Kia tiger nose grille is still there, but it is a more refined version that looks great. The new Forte comes with a high beltline that makes the roof seem somehow lower. An impressive side character line runs from the headlights to the LED lights in back, as well as across the lid of the trunk. The vehicle appears wider in back, and that carries forward to the front, where deep vents add real width.
A clean, horizontal design style has been employed for the interior of the Forte, with elements of the Stinger once again carried over. The design is particularly smart, as it makes the cabin feel really spacious, which is very nice when combined with the use of soft touch materials throughout. The new vehicle is longer, which means additional legroom. Taller riders will love the extra ½ inch of headroom space, as well as the extra 0.7 inches of width. Cargo space is excellent, with the trunk expanding from 14.9 cubic feet to 15.1 in the new model.
Engine specs & transmission
The base engine on the 2019 Forte 4-door sedan is a 2.0-liter Nu 4-cylinder that uses Atkinson Cycle technology and a cooled EGR system, both of which are usually found in hybrid cars. Both systems are designed to improve fuel efficiency. You will have the choice of pairing the engine with either a 6-speed manual transmission or the new i-CVT. Both the engine and the transmission were designed and built in house, and are part of the Kia Smart Stream powertrains that the automaker will be introducing in future models. The power and torque numbers on the new Kia Forte sedan are expected to be the same as the outgoing model, which means 147-horsepower and 132-lb.-ft. of torque. Kia were all about improving efficiency in this model, though, and they have done that with this powertrain. The all-new 2019 Forte will deliver a combined 35 MPG, which is 3 MPG better than before. The official numbers will be released by Kia when the new model arrives in showrooms later this year.
We are not yet totally sure when that release date will be, but out best guess would see the new 2019 Kia Forte hit the US market sometime this spring or summer. As soon as we hear the official release date, we will pass on the info. (Pics: KMA, freep