Something is coming up over the horizon; it’s a bright, exciting future for Kia and for everyone who loves to drive.
We love hearing all about new Kia vehicles at Folsom Lake Kia, and one of the most exciting new vehicles on the horizon from Kia is the new 2015 Kia K900 luxury sedan. Poised to shake up the rear-wheel drive luxury sedan world, challenge drivers’ expectations, and redefine the brand, this new sedan from Kia is all about premium luxury and performance. It’s powered by a 311-horsepower V6 or 420-horsepower V8. It’s a rear-wheel driver. It’s crafted using premium, high-quality materials. It looks sleek and elegant with a powerful presence whether on the road or while parked. And maintenance is included in the flagship V8 model, along with complimentary use of a Kia Cadenza or Kia K900 during maintenance visits.
The upcoming 2015 Kia K900 sedan is more than just a top-of-the-line luxury sedan, however. According to Michael Sprague, Kia Motors America Executive VP of Sales and Marketing, “This year marks Kia Motors’ 20th anniversary in the U.S. market, and the all-new K900 is a symbol of how far the brand has come and the next bold example of the challenger spirit that has benefitted Kia over two decades of growth and maturation.”
Kia builds lots of great vehicles already — vehicles like the funky 2014 Kia Soul urban passenger vehicle and the fun and versatile 2014 Kia Optima midsize sedan available at Folsom Lake Kia. But there’s a lot more on the horizon for Kia, like the exciting new 2015 Kia K900 luxury sedan. Visit your Kia dealers serving Roseville to make sure you don’t miss what’s coming from Kia.
“Kia’s rise over the last five years has been fueled by a willingness to challenge the status quo with vehicles such as the Optima, Sorento and Cadenza, which have brought new and more affluent customers to our showrooms and dramatically raised the profile of the brand while maintaining our value proposition. The K900 is the next logical progression for Kia. It demonstrates what Kia is capable of and will help redefine what the Kia brand stands for,” said Sprague.
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