2004 Kia Optima

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$15,900 - $19,895
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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 23 City / 30 Hwy
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2004 Optima Overview

The Kia Optima is a remarkably good car for the price.Kia offers a strong value when compared against the big Japanese brands.You get a lot for your money, and unlike earlier Korean attempts at building a mid-size sedan, the Optima achieves a level of sophistication in its engine and chassis that is competitive for its size, and not just its price.For 2004, the Optima's styling is more sophisticated as well, with a new front end that gives the whole car a more subtle appearance.

The available V6 engine is exceptionally smooth, and works well with the four-speed automatic transmission that comes with it.The Optima's refined and unruffled road manners will please most of the people who are in the market for mid-size family transportation.

Kia Optima is based on the platform of the current Hyundai Sonata and shares the Sonata's engine and suspension layout; if you like one, you'll no doubt like the other.But the Optima offers unique styling, sharing no body panels with the Sonata and offers different features.
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2004 Optima Overview

The Kia Optima is a remarkably good car for the price.Kia offers a strong value when compared against the big Japanese brands.You get a lot for your money, and unlike earlier Korean attempts at building a mid-size sedan, the Optima achieves a level of sophistication in its engine and chassis that is competitive for its size, and not just its price.For 2004, the Optima's styling is more sophisticated as well, with a new front end that gives the whole car a more subtle appearance.

The available V6 engine is exceptionally smooth, and works well with the four-speed automatic transmission that comes with it.The Optima's refined and unruffled road manners will please most of the people who are in the market for mid-size family transportation.

Kia Optima is based on the platform of the current Hyundai Sonata and shares the Sonata's engine and suspension layout; if you like one, you'll no doubt like the other.But the Optima offers unique styling, sharing no body panels with the Sonata and offers different features.Hide Full Review