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They call the 2018 Kia Stinger a GT. It's powerful and sleek with a low-slung seating position, quick steering and, even with all-wheel drive, a tail-happy nature. It looks killer in red. And with its V6-powered engine, the letters GT are even festooned upon its liftgate. Well, that's nice, but how does it actually deliver on the grand-tourer formula of rapid, comfortable and stylish transportation?

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A little car to boast about (with a name to whisper)

Her name is Rio and she's just a little hatch.

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Low-key PHEV is another veiled threat to Prius loyalists.

It's a low-key PHEV.

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This is a 167-mph Kia we're talking about.

Pleasing everyone but the brand snobs.

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A keen subcompact with signs of cost-cutting

Despite the crossover craze, Kia still sees value in the subcompact car segment.

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Korea's new sports sedan signals a dramatic brand shift for Kia, and the Stinger GT is the first to reflect a new, more performance-oriented direction.

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We find comfort in a traditional V6-powered crossover.

There's plenty of room in this thing, too.

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Fuel economy that's almost as good as a Prius with styling that blends in with the crossover crowd.

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Is an automatic transmission the key to a better hybrid driving experience?

It has impressive fuel economy and preserves the driving character of its gas-only counterpart. What more do you want?

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As the name suggests, the engine is the focus of this upgrade. And it's a successful one.

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It's fine.

It's hard to stand out in a class that doesn't stand out, and that's sort of the point.

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Look past that funny face and Kia's new Sportage is a well-rounded, competent crossover.

There's nothing revolutionary or super exciting about the 2017 Sportage, and that's fine. Kia's midsize CUV is bound to be a hot seller.

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America Loves An Underdog, So Why Isn't It Selling Better?

The 2016 Kia Optima has clean styling and a comfortable, quiet ride. It should be a far bigger standout in its crowded segment.

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Another Step In Kia's Coming-Of-Age Story

Based on a short preview, the fourth-generation Optima could be a real contender in the cutthroat family sedan market.

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A Reminder To Love Minivans

Enthusiasts hate minivans. Customers adore them. The 2015 Kia Sedona doesn't shake up the big people-mover formula, but it's a package that we can totally get behind.

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