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Old 02-06-2013, 06:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Kia's 2014 adds Kizaski Lovechild ????

Looks like Kia's 2014 Cadenza has stolen the look of the Kizashi.
Check it out Kia Cadenza 2014 Engine Specs, Tires And Premium,Technology Package Features | Kia Blog :: 2013 Kia News
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Old 02-06-2013, 07:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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IMHO that Kia is a piece of crap and doesn't compare to the Kizashi.
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I was not comparing Kia to Suzuki.
My post mentions KIA seems to be copying the Kizashi's styling.
There's an old adage you may have never heard...............
"Imataion is a Sincere form of FLATTERY".

I would have liked to purchase a Kiz. IMO it is super appointed and super looking as well. Too late now. The vehicle I wanted was Kiz with a stick. That was not offered for 2013 [unless I missed something].
At this time all CVT trannys are in there infancy. It looks like they are here to stay whether we like it or not. Too many owners are complaining of serious problems with them. Nissan Suburu Suzuki, etc.
However the auto industry will eventually correct their err's and give buyers what they want. But at a great cost to both car makers and their buyers.
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I was not comparing Kia to Suzuki.
My post mentions KIA seems to be copying the Kizashi's styling.
There's an old adage you may have never heard...............
"Imataion is a Sincere form of FLATTERY".

I would have liked to purchase a Kiz. IMO it is super appointed and super looking as well. Too late now. The vehicle I wanted was Kiz with a stick. That was not offered for 2013 [unless I missed something].
At this time all CVT trannys are in there infancy. It looks like they are here to stay whether we like it or not. Too many owners are complaining of serious problems with them. Nissan Suburu Suzuki, etc.
However the auto industry will eventually correct their err's and give buyers what they want. But at a great cost to both car makers and their buyers.
You are correct but I was just saying that Kia isn't worth a bad ( not good but a bad) $hit. I would never buy another Kia in this life.
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Do a Google image search on Jaguar XF and 2013 Ford Mondeo - it looks more like they've used design cues from those two than the Kizashi IMHO.



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