2018 Kia Cadenza

2018 Kia Cadenza

2018 Kia Cadenza

A full-size luxury car that costs far less than a full-size luxury car? The 2018 Kia Cadenza might just make you fall in love.


Why Buy the Kia Cadenza?

Just a year after a complete redesign, the 2018 Kia Cadenza still looks brand new and sharp as a tack. This new generation of Cadenzas has already received awards for reliability from J.D. Power & Associates and for safety from IIHS. Typical of a Kia, the design, inside and out, verges on the luxurious. And, since you're looking at a full-size car, you'll be happy to know that the Cadenza has a very large back seat. Finally, it's brimming with tech features but rings up at a lower price point than its competitors.


Which Kia Cadenza Should I Buy?

The 2018 Kia Cadenza comes in one of three trims: premium, technology, and limited. Even if you opt for the base Cadenza Premium, you might think you got away with a top-of-the-line model. It has features you'd expect on a luxury car, like fog lights, LED accent lights, heated leather seats, push-button start, 7-inch touchscreen with UVO infotainment, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The trunk even pops open when you stand behind it for a few moments with your key.

What more do the upper trims add? The Cadenza Technology lives up to its name, including power-folding mirrors with puddle lights, the Harman/Kardon audio system with 8-inch touch screen and navigation, LED headlights and fog lights, a heated steering wheel, shifter paddles on the steering wheel, and wireless smartphone- charging system. Finally, the Limited adds a smart-power trunk, 360-degree camera, quilted Nappa leather upholstery, and heated rear seats. In these two trims, you also get additional safety features, like blind spot detection, lane change assist, rear cross traffic alert, and rear parking assist.


Does the Kia Cadenza Have All-Wheel Drive?

There was no all-wheel drive in the 2017 model and none expected for the 2018 either. In the Kia family, you need to step into a sport utility vehicle, like the Sportage or Sorento, to get AWD. An AWD vehicle is a heavier, though, and requires more fuel. That change in weight would likely change the way the Cadenza drives--and in most cases, front-wheel drive works well for most drivers.


What Kind of Gas Mileage Does the Kia Cadenza Get?

All three trims of the 2018 Cadenza get the same gas mileage as they did last year: 20 city and 28 highway miles. That's about average for a full-size car.


Current Inventory

There are currently no 2018 Kia Cadenza Limited 4dr Sedan for Sale in inventory


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