This model comes with several advantages and disadvantages. Kia Optima has a spacious interior, a sleek style, a powerful engine, and a range of upgrades. However, the fuel efficiency rating isn’t great, and the depreciation rate is at 35% within one year. On the other side, it is a great car. The new car buyer might want to consider an identical version of Honda or Ford to ensure a long-term value.
Another top pick that we have on the list would be The Kia Cadenza. It’s a bargain to purchase used as it is down 38 percent in value. The same reason is why it’s difficult to justify the purchase of it new. It’s not the only Kia model that we have on our list, and their substantial pseudo-luxury sedan also has the potential to become a luxury car before it can be appealing to those who are brand new car buyers.