2018 Kia Stinger In-Depth Review: Social Climber Succeeds ""

By | January 18, 2018

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It’s no small task for a carmaker to insert itself successfully into an already well-established segment, but, as Tom Hanks reminded us in the baseball classic A League of Their Own, some things are worth doing because they are hard. Maybe Kia was riding a wave of Jimmy Dugan inspiration when it decided to try its hand at the entry-luxury segment, or maybe the sports sedan was just next on the corporate list of new ways to make money. Either way, the Stinger was born, and we’re the happier for it. With its racy lines, a choice of a punchy turbocharged four-cylinder engine or a powerhouse twin-turbo V-6 coupled to either rear- or all-wheel drive, the Stinger checks several important boxes for a car in this segment. While this self-professed BMW 3-series fighter may lack the refinement and composure near its handling limits that make certain other cars in the entry-luxury class so excellent, it does offer plenty of power, serious quickness, and an unusual but entirely pleasing exterior design—and all at a hugely attractive price. It’s a social climber in the best possible sense. READ MORE ››

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