Research 2017 KIA Cadenza Colorado

Research 2017 KIA Cadenza Colorado

2017 KIA Cadenza

 
Model Strengths:

When it comes to premium sedans, the 2017 Kia Cadenza has placed itself firmly in the path of its rivals. Not only is it among the most affordable in its class, but it also offers arguably the most value-rich package for the money. From cutting-edge technologies to top amenities, Denver area drivers will find many reasons to choose the Cadenza. New and improved heated seats are sure to a favorite. These cut back their heat once time has passed, protecting you from over-heating. Another favorite is the new cushion extension. It rotates and slides, allowing drivers to find the right length for them. Fashionable, high quality trims and accents dress the cabin in designer fashion. As you'll learn from this 2017 KIA Cadenza review, every aspect has been carefully crafted for beauty and durability. After doing your research, you are invited to sit back in the lap of luxury at Arapahoe Kia, your Kia Cadenza Dealership.

Model Changes:

With its second generation do-over, the 2017 Kia Cadenza has stepped even further upscale. A bold new look ensures curb appeal, while the increased technologies and capabilities promise shoppers that the transformation is more than fancy new sheet metal and a cool Z-shaped lighting signature. The sportier profile doesn't increase the car's length, although there is a gain in width. Kia has found room for a bigger trunk and, more importantly for passengers, a bigger backseat. Picking up a half-inch in legroom, riders are sure to be pleased. The new Smart Trunk knows to open when the keyfob is near. For a more enjoyable driving experience, Greenwood Village Colorado Cadenza drivers will appreciate the more rigid body structure. 2017 KIA Cadenza research shows that this build is not only stronger, but lighter, improving the weight-to-horsepower ratio. A new eight-speed automatic transmission also reduces overall weight, but its real value is greater efficiency and better handling. A Head Up Display and an enhanced Surround View Monitor are among the sedan's newest tech features. UVO system updates include Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and a wireless charger. Audiophiles will love the 12-speaker 630-watt Harman/Kardon system with ClariFi music restoration technology. 

Model Value:

Premium should mean the best ride quality, the best safety and the best amenities for the money. That's why the brand has managed to pack exactly that into every Cadenza. Safety has been enhanced with more airbags and more advanced high strength steel. Road isolation has been improved with more insulation, more acoustic absorbing laminate glass, and a full noise-quelling floorpan. To check for durability, the new V-6 was run for 41 days straight at full power to simulate 100,000 miles of real world use. The base edition, which is offered at one of the most affordable prices on the market for this premium class, comes with leather upholstery, power-adjustable seating, an advanced smartphone integration system with a touchscreen, and many more luxuries. This 2017 KIA Cadenza review wouldn't be thorough without a mention of the ten-year/100,000-mile powertrain and five-year/50,000-mile limited warranties. Industry-leading coverage offers true peace of mind. 

Model Overview:

Although the signature tiger nose grille lives on, two versions give shoppers real options at their Kia Cadenza Dealership. The standard is a diamond butterfly design with a curved form that sets it apart. Higher trims wear an Intaglio grille with faceted, vertical blades. LED piano key taillights and more chrome are also on the menu. While designers were busy improving the car's looks, engineers were tweaking the engine. Retuned for fuel economy, the revised 3.3-liter V-6 delivers power on demand. Drivers command 290 horsepower and 235 lb.-ft. of torque. The new eight-speed automatic lets you take over with column-mounted paddles. Greenwood Village Colorado will appreciate a turn behind the wheel at Arapahoe Kia serving the Denver area. 

Model Key Trim Features:

Although it's called the base edition, 2017 KIA Cadenza research reveals luxury at every turn. Leather seats and high quality materials create an inviting cabin. The front seats are power-adjustable and power-heated. HVAC dual programmable controls regulate your temperature. The UVO touchscreen entertainment system includes HD radio, Bluetooth, navigation, and voice recognition. Upgrading to the Premium trim adds a panoramic sunroof and the special Intaglio grille. Drivers will appreciate paddle shifters, a rear parking system, and the Harmon/Kardon audio system. Exterior extras include rain-sensing wipers and power-folding mirrors with puddle lamps. The Cadenza Limited dresses in quilted Nappa leather, woodgrain trims, and special soft touches. Hydrophobic glass and a wiper de-icer help beat the weather. Bending lights travel with the car's trajectory. A surround view monitor makes parking easier and safer. While the front seat riders enjoy power-ventilated cushions, the back seat passengers enjoy the benefits of a power sunshade and power-heat cushioning. In addition to the heated steering wheel, the driver trades the 10-way power seat for a 12-way power chair with an extendable cushion. Crash avoidance features promise to keep the sedan out of harm's way. This ranges from the advanced blind spot monitor and lane departure warning to advanced cruise control and collision alert. Complete your investigation into the Cadenza with hands-on research at Arapahoe Kia. Model Positive Review / Accolade: Finalist -- Best Cars for Families U.S. News and World Report. Ranked in the Top Five of the Large Car Class U.S. News and World Report

DISCLAIMERS
*The above information is regarding the base model 2017 KIA Cadenza
.  Standard specs and features may change from year to year. Contact    Arapahoe Kia  with any questions regarding the new or used vehicle you're inquiring about.

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