If you’re in the market for a new vehicle these days, you’re facing a brutal double-whammy: the price of new vehicles and the price of… Read more →
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THE murmurs were unanimous when the CAR team sat down to discuss the highlights and disappointments of the Kia Optima’s two-week tenure with us. Every… Read more →
The Optima represents Kia’s latest foray into the local D-segment saloon market. Its Peter Schreyer-penned design has certainly banished any worries about the Optima fading into the background like its dowdy predecessor, the Magentis, but does this well-equipped newcomer have what it takes to ruffle the feathers of the established players in its segment?
CAR drove the Kia Optima at the international launch in Dubai in 2010. Now almost two years later, it’s finally available in the South African market.
Kia Motors SA will unveil two of its most eagerly anticipated new models, the Optima and the all-new Rio, at this year’s Johannesburg International Motor Show.