2015KiaCadenza

Kia Cadenza

Teenage passengers are often among the first people I turn to for second opinions about a test vehicle. While they understandably aren't allowed behind the wheel – most aren't even old enough to drive – their honest and generally unbiased observations, coupled with a complete lack of…

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2015 Kia Cadenza
MSRP: $34,900 - $43,800
2014 Kia Cadenza
MSRP: $35,100 - $42,400
Kia recalls 2014 Cadenza over wheel fractures

Kia is officially recalling just over 3,100 2014 Cadenza sedans. While that might not seem like a lot of vehicles, the reason for the recall is particularly troubling – the optional 19-inch wheels on these cars are prone to cracking. Doubly troubling? Cold weather tends to make things worse, so if you drove your new Cadenza during this past Winter of Hell, you'll want to get on the horn with your local dealer.
2014 Kia Cadenza

A Premium Sedan Building A Premium Badge

Teenage passengers are often among the first people I turn to for second opinions about a test vehicle. While they understandably aren't allowed behind the wheel – most aren't even old enough to drive – their honest and generally unbiased observations, coupled with a complete lack of understanding about what a particular vehicle costs, can provide a wealth of insight.
2014 Kia Cadenza

Kia's Second Effort At Luxury Finds More Love Than The Amanti
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2014 Kia Cadenza
$24,998 / 10,111 miles / VA
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$24,760 / 5,983 miles / MD
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$28,500 / 11,462 miles / VA
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2014 Kia Cadenza
Kia has moved upmarket with this 2014 Cadenza sedan, and a week with the car proves it has the luxury shmooze, but perhaps not the sporty moves to disrupt its segment.
2014 Kia Cadenza
The 2014 Kia Cadenza is the South Korean automaker's longest reach up the ladder for wealthier buyers with more discerning taste. We get behind the wheel for a test drive to see if it can live up to class standards.
Kia recalls 2014 Cadenza over wheel fractures

Kia is officially recalling just over 3,100 2014 Cadenza sedans. While that might not seem like a lot of vehicles, the reason for the recall is particularly troubling – the optional 19-inch wheels on these cars are prone to cracking. Doubly troubling? Cold weather tends to make things worse, so if you drove your new Cadenza during this past Winter of Hell, you'll want to get on the horn with your local dealer.