How much does the Kia K900 V8 cost?
Kia has been operating in the US for almost two decades now, and are finally ready to launch a rear-drive flagship sedan.
The 2015 K900 is almost upon us, and pricing has finally been released, albeit only for the V8 model.
The K900 starting price for that model will be $60,400.
Besides the V8, the K900 will also come with a 3.8-liter V6 that will obviously be a little lighter on the wallet.
For now, though, let’s look at what you get for the money with the V8.
There are a ton of premium features, such as adaptive LED headlight, Lexicon premium sound system with 17 speakers, panoramic sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, heated steering wheel, LED perimeter approach lighting, Bluetooth, land departure system, park assist, Nappa leather seats, 9.2-inch display, and a whole lot more besides.
VIP, Luxury, Technology Packages
If all of that isn’t enough, you can pay an extra $6,000 for the VIP package that comes with heads-up display, 12.3-inch instrument cluster, ventilated reclining seats, a 16-way power driver’s seat, and so much more.
The V8 model also has 19-inch wheels and an 8-speed automatic transmission. Fuel estimates come in at 15/23 mpg city/highway.
While there is no pricing yet for the V6, Kia has revealed that it will come as a single trim with the option for a Luxury and Technology Package.
The V6 model will have a standard 8-speed automatic and will ride on smaller 18-inch wheels.
Kia is looking to move 5,000 units of the K900 in 2014, so watch for it in the U.S. showrooms soon.