The 2018 Kia Optima's Standard Features are Anything But

Often, when you buy a car, the base model can often look bare bones when you compare it to the other available trims. That's not the case with 2018 Kia Optima. A capable mid-size sedan, it comes with a base package of standard features that easily eclipse what many of its competitors offer.

Far from feeling ill-equipped, the Kia Optima's base LX trim comes with a suite of features that would be the envy of many drivers. All Optima's now come with a standard 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. That includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. On top of that, you get standard features like a Driver Mode Select, which delivers three selectable driving modes: Normal, Sport, and Eco. These are designed to help you prioritize the driving experience that you value most.
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The new Optima also comes equipped with an across-the-board rearview camera, and other active safety systems like blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear parking assist. You'd be hard-pressed to find fault with its standard 2.4-liter inline-4. Rated for 185 horsepower and 178 pounds-feet of torque, it provides more than enough power and efficiency for most drivers.

The best part? Things only get better the higher that you climb the Optima's trim tree. There are multiple trims available with options for five different powertrains and a range of valuable features. To learn more about what's available, get in touch with the sales team at Bald Hill Kia in Warwick, RI. We can show you our new Kia inventory, help you acquire financing, and answer any questions you have. Visit our website for directions.

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