I think with Kia’s warranty it is even more impressive.
The Chevy SS shows that purists and enthusiasts make up a very, very small part of the market. Definitely would prefer it to have a manual option, but I don’t think it will be what kills this car or makes it a huge hit.
It is $20k cheaper than a Q60 Red Sport
LOL. I saw that. Some sort of acronym (I hope).
Right at $40k for the loaded out GT Stinger model
KIA and Hyundai have the best warranty in the business and customer satisfaction and service records put them pretty close to the top of any manufacturer. You’re spouting nonsense.
I was just told a fully loaded GT is right at $40k. As most dealers are only getting one right now, I don’t expect to see many discounts until that changes.
I just asked for sticker price. I will follow up
A family member works at a Kia dealership. They got their first Stinger GT today.
Anyone could buy an identical ‘71 Nova to yours and put it down the track somewhere. What makes the fact that it is a factory car any different?
Sometimes financial circumstances change.
Can I see the source of your data?
Semper Diem! I’m a VQ guy. Don’t regret my choice for a minute.
Wouldn't the Growler be the bastard of the Hornet and Prowler?
I’m glad Lifehacker chose this case to highlight, because most of the 3D printed projects I’ve seen look like garbage. The last NES emulator case that was featured looked like it was whittled out of soap by an inmate during rec time.
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I had a girlfriend in high school and her family traded their cousin a Yugo for an above-ground pool. What makes that transaction even funnier is that the Yugo in question was only five years old. A five year old car traded for a 15 year old above ground pool.
We met when I was 16 and I spent a lot of time in that…
My brother and I had the exact same configuration in my Dad's C3. Because early 80's.
My grandfather would never buy a Japanese car, under any circumstances. Funny when I point out to him that his Ford was built in Mexico and my Toyota was built in Texas.
The LeSabre may be the most Midwestern car ever made.