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Here’s our take on the 2021 Kia Stinger, a $34,000 4-door liftback that has oodles of performance and features crammed in.
One of the most underrated car companies in the world can be titled to Kia. By underrated, we meant the way it is generally perceived in the market. More often than not, Kia is considered as a rebadged Hyundai. While this is true to a certain extent, some of Kia’s offerings are well and truly bespoke to the brand.
One of their exciting offerings is the Kia Stinger; a midsize executive sedan with an eye-catching silhouette. While it is marketed as a liftback, the Stinger uses a modified chassis of the Genesis G70, cleverly disguising its sedan roots. Being a relatively new contender to the well-established BMW 3-series and the Mercedes-Benz C-class, the Kia Stinger came as a premium offering from a not-so premium brand.
It has to be pointed out that, cars these days are becoming so good in terms of performance and features that, it’s difficult to differentiate between them if you were to hide their logos. While the Germans do offer brand appeal, it’s cars like the Kia Stinger that boast excellent value for money.
Here’s our take on the 2021 Kia Stinger, a $34,000 4-door liftback that has oodles of performance and features crammed in. Has Kia done enough prep work to take on its German rivals? Let’s find out.
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