Kia adds more luxury in its range of vehicles later this month, when the 2014 Candeza starts going out of the US dealerships.
Any american will soon be able to purchase a Kia Cadenza with as little as 35.100 USD.
For that money, you get leather on your seats, an audio system from Infinity and an eight inch touchscreen display with GPS navigation and UVO eServices.
If you have more to spend, there are other trim levels for you to choose. The Luxury Package adds nappa leather seats with a ventilated driver’s seat, heated rear seats, a seven inch TFT display, adaptive HID headlights, power tilt and telescoping steering column, and a full-length panoramic sunroof. All for 38.100 USD.
Moving up, we find the top of the range trim level, the Technology Package. This gives your Kia Cadenza an advanced smart cruise control system, blind spot detection system and a lane departure warning system. Other features include electronic parking brake, hydrophobic front side windows and 19 inch alloy wheels. The Technology Package will set you back 41.100 USD.
For all trim levels, the Kia Cadenza will sport a 3.3 liter GDI V6 engine good for 293 Hp and 345 Nm of torque. The engine is mated with a six speed automatic gear box that sends power to the front wheels.