2015KiaForte

Kia Forte

Forte 2.0 Keeps Kia Competitive In The Compact Crop Looking back just a few years, America's compact segment was filled with bland, uninteresting cars that traded largely on low prices and high fuel economy. In today's landscape, though, things couldn't be more different – this class…

- Reviewed by Jeffrey N. Ross

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2015 Kia Forte
MSRP: $15,890 - $20,890
2014 Kia Forte
MSRP: $15,900 - $20,900
2013 Kia Forte
MSRP: $15,400 - $19,800
2012 Kia Forte
MSRP: $15,200 - $19,600
2011 Kia Forte
MSRP: $14,995 - $18,895
Kia calls in 87k Fortes over fan fire issue

A problem with cooling fans that may melt and start a fire has prompted Kia and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall for 86,880 Fortes from the 2014 model year.
2014 Kia Forte

Forte 2.0 Keeps Kia Competitive In The Compact Crop
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2014 Kia Forte
$14,675 / 34,906 miles / MD
2012 Kia Forte
$14,599 / 22,135 miles / VA
2015 Kia Forte
$15,998 / 3,799 miles / VA
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"There's an exceptionally roomy trunk by compact-sedan standards - and the rear seatbacks can flop forward to expand that capacity.