The 2015 KIA K900 is Classical and Reliable
Kia K900 2015 comes not with pretentious sporty ride promises, but sticks to classic land yacht formula which gives it a more stable and promising ring. Even if the new Kia’s step towards expansion clashes with the company’s motto of youthful, rocking hamster attitude, this new flagship is ready to take the company to the standards of Lexus like isolation and quiet. It has been made on the basis of a stretched up version of the parent Hyundai’s Genesis Sedan. It is stretched by 4.3 inches in both length and wheelbase when compared to Hyundai’s outgoing Genesis, which comes with a Lotus framework and an all wheel drive.Photo 1: KIA
This is Kia’s second model to be made available with a V-8 power engine, coming second only to the now defunct Borrego SUV. Also being a fort rear wheel drive luxury sedan model of Kia the hype surrounding is great. The launch of this Kia K900 model in the United States is with a standard 5 litre Tau V8 pumping engine. It produces a torque of 376 lb-ft and has a 420 horsepower output. To Hyundai’s eight speed automatic is associated the V-8 which works to operate smoothly in most situations. Although even in its sportiest setting V8 tends to up-shift early. The model is equipped with an electronic joystick of funky sorts, which appears similar to what is employed in any BMW version. In order to shift among sports, Eco and Normal driving modes a button on the console is available which also results in altering slightly throttle response, damper settings and steering effort.
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