Let’s have a look at the Kia pricing details & models on sale in US (in 2019).
There are a lot of factors that consumers take into account when it comes time to buy a new Kia vehicle in 2020.
Fuel economy, design, safety ratings, features, and exterior colors are just a few of the things that people look at.
Perhaps the biggest factor of all, though, is the price, as the total cost of the vehicle can end up being a deal breaker for many.
Kia has made a habit of delivering vehicles that offer a real value proposition to the consumer, which is why the brand has done so well in the US, as well as in other parts of the world.
We decided to put together a quick Kia pricing guide that will show the price range of vehicles in their US-market line-up.
Keep in mind that the prices quoted here are for the MSRP without the $850 destination charge.
Prices Of Kia cars & SUVs
Kia Soul MSRP
The iconic Soul crossover has been a major sales success in the US, thanks in large part to its cool styling, built quality and safety equipment on board. The 2020 Kia Soul prices start at $17,490, and go all the way up to $27,490.
2020 Kia Optima MSRP
The Optima is built in the US, and also happens to be one of Kia’s biggest sellers in the country. Besides the gas model, you can also get a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid model. The gas-powered 2020 Kia Optima prices start at $23,390, and go up to $32,190 for the range-topping 2,0L turbo model.
Kia Cadenza MSRP
The fully-redesigned Kia premium sedan is finally here. The 2019 Kia Cadenza prices start at $33,100, and go up to $44,100. Pricing for the 2020 model year have yet to be released!
Kia K900 MSRP
This is the top of the range luxury car for Kia. Prices of the 2020 Kia K900 start at $59,900 and go up to $64,300 for the fully loaded model with the VIP Package.
Kia Sportage MSRP
The compact crossover is the longest running Kia nameplate in the US, and was fully redesigned for the 2017 model year. Now, in 2020 edition the new Kia Sportage pricing starts at $23,900, and goes to $35,090.
Kia Sorento MSRP
Another Kia built in the US, the 7-seat Sorento SUV is another big seller for the brand. There are AWD and FWD options available, with 2020 Sorento prices going from $26,990 to $40,090.
Kia Sedona MSRP
The Sedona minivan is great for those who need passenger and cargo space. The 2020 Kia Sedona pricing starts at $27,600, and goes up to $41,500.
Kia Forte MSRP
The two options here are the regular 4-door sedan and the sporty GT 4-door sedan (2-door & 5-door Forte models have been discontinued from the line-up). Kia prices for the 2020 Forte start at $17,890, and go all the way up to $22,490 for the top GT trim level.
Kia Rio MSRP
Available as a 4-door sedan and a 5-door hatchback, the Rio serves as the entry level model for Kia in the US. The 2020 prices for Kia Rio 4-door start at $15,850 and $16,790 for the Rio 5-door.
Kia Niro MSRP
The hybrid version of the 2020 Kia Niro costs from (pricing to be updated) $23,490 to $32,150. The Niro PHEV model MSRP starts at 28,200 and go up to $34,900 for the range-topping model.
Kia’s largest vehicle in the US-market ever, the 8-seater Telluride SUV has just hit the first dealerships. The 2020 Kia Telluride prices start at $31,690 and go all the way up to $43,490.
Update to the pricing structure
This 2020 Kia pricing guide of new cars and SUVs here will be updated once Kia launches new models, so stay tuned!