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Kia Optima Reviews: Research New & Used Models
The Kia Optima is a midsize sedan that’s come a long way in its segment over the years. From an also-ran with a decent warranty to a boldly styled car consumers might actually seek out, the Optima continues to challenge the segment leaders for those willing to look beyond the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.
Originally introduced for the 2001 model year, the Kia Optima has always been closely related to the Hyundai Sonata. After driving a first-generation Optima, we appreciated its warranty and value, but wanted more power and noticed some cheap plastics inside the cabin.
After the second-generation model arrived, we included it in a midsize-sedan comparison of 10 cars. Placing sixth, we noted that the Optima wasn’t “a bad car by any stretch,” but it wasn’t a great one either.
Kia shook things up with the third-gen Optima introduced for the 2011 model year. Bolder than almost anything else in its class, the 2011 Optima also benefitted from an available turbocharged four-cylinder model with an impressive 274 hp. Unfortunately, that engine upgrade didn’t perform as expected at the track in Motor Trend testing, and the available four-cylinder hybrid’s mileage was later down-rated after Hyundai and Kia were forced to lower EPA ratings on a number of cars.
In a comparison of 2014-2015 midsize sedans, the Optima finished above four other competitors but behind the first-place Mazda6.
“With its luxurious features list, impressive-looking cabin, and gorgeous exterior design that most of us named best-in-group, the Kia is one seductive midsizer,” we said. “Unfortunately, uninspiring driving dynamics kept it out of the top spot this time.”
The Latest Generation
Redesigned for 2016, the Optima continues where the last model left off, with a high-end trim designed to compete directly with the premium-focused Ford Fusion trims for entry-level luxury buyers, even adding a panoramic sunroof and quilted leather. The lineup has expanded, with as many as five engine options including a hybrid and a new plug-in, too.
Why You’d Consider One
When spending more than $35,000 on a midsize sedan doesn’t faze you, the Kia Optima SX Limited (SXL) might be worth considering. The Optima SXL includes a multi-camera parking system, HID headlights that turn around corners, red brake calipers, and much more. The Optima also includes a generous standard warranty and available active safety tech.
Why You’d Look Elsewhere
Optimas with the available turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine aren’t as quick as some competitors with turbo-fours or naturally aspirated sixes. Some might also feel that the fourth-generation Optima’s design isn’t different enough from the car it replaces.
2018 Kia Optima Reviews and Rating
- Spacious interior
- Quick-shifting dual-clutch automatic on the 1.6T
- Comfortable ride even with 18-inch alloy wheels
- 2.0-liter turbo-four isn’t as quick as its competitors
- The 1.6-liter turbo-four can struggle on the highway
- Inconsistent material quality throughout the lineup
New for 2018
The 2018 Kia Optima receives a 7.0-inch touchscreen, blind spot warning, and rear cross-traffic alert as standard equipment on all models. Laminated front windows, a 10-way power driver’s seat, and auto up/down front windows are now standard on the LX 1.6T and the LX 2.4 with the Convenience package. A new S trim has also been added, slotting just above the LX 2.4.
The SX Turbo model gets LED fog lights, a panoramic sunroof, heated and ventilated front seats, a 10-way power front passenger seat, and Kia’s UVO3 infotainment system as standard. Kia has also discontinued the SX Limited trim and turned it into an optional package for the SX trim of the Optima.
The 2018 Kia Optima is a front-drive midsize sedan slotting above the compact Forte and below the larger, full-size Cadenza. In addition to gas-powered variants, the Optima is also available as a hybrid and plug-in hybrid.
Three gas engines are available in the 2018 Optima including a 2.4-liter I-4 with 185 hp and 178 lb-ft of torque, a 1.6-liter turbo-four with 178 hp and 195 lb-ft, and a 2.0-liter turbo-four with 245 hp and 260 lb-ft. A six-speed automatic transmission is paired to the base 2.4-liter I-4 and 2.0-liter turbo-four, while a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is exclusive to the 1.6-liter turbo-four. EPA fuel economy ratings are 24/34 mpg city/highway for the base 2.4-liter in LX and EX grade, 25/36 mpg for the 2.4-liter in FE trim, 28/37 mpg for the LX 1.6T and 22/31 mpg for the SX Turbo. Trunk space in the 2018 Optima is 15.9 cubic feet and can be expanded via the 60/40 split-folding rear seats.
In addition to the gas engines, the Optima is also available as a hybrid that combines a 2.0-liter I-4, an electric motor, a lithium-ion battery, and a six-speed automatic. The standard Optima Hybrid is has a combined output of 192 hp and 271 lb-ft and the Optima Plug-In is rated at 202 hp and 276 lb-ft. EPA fuel economy ratings are 39/46 mpg for the standard hybrid. The Optima Plug-In is rated at 40 mpg combined and can travel up to 29 miles in EV mode thanks to a larger battery. Total range with a full tank and a fully charged battery is 610 miles according to the EPA. Opting for the hybrid powertrain does cut trunk space down to 13.4 cubic feet but retains the 60/40 split-folding rear seats. The Optima Plug-In loses more cargo space and the 60/40-split-folding rear seats due to the larger battery, cutting trunk space to 9.8 cubic feet.
Base models come with 16-inch alloy wheels, Kia’s UVO3 infotainment system, a 7.0-inch touchscreen, a 3.5-inch multi-information display, cloth upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity, a rearview camera, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration, a USB port, blind spot warning, and rear cross-traffic alert. Higher trim levels can be had with leather or Nappa leather upholstery, an 8.0-inch touchscreen, a Harman/Kardon premium audio system, a panoramic sunroof, adaptive LED headlights, alloy wheels up to 18 inches in diameter, a surround view camera system, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, keyless entry/start, a smart trunk with a hands-free opening, and additional USB ports for fast charging.
The 2018 Optima received a five-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA (out of a possible five stars). The IIHS has yet to test the 2018 model but the 2017 Optima received a Good score on all crash tests and the headlights tests (Good is the highest possible score). In the front crash prevention test, the Optima received a Superior rating after in avoided a 12- and 25-mph collision (Superior is the highest rating in the front crash prevention test). As a result, the Optima received the 2017 Top Safety Pick+ award.
On the EX and SX trims, a suite of driver assistance and active safety features that includes automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning are available.
What We Think
In a 2016 First Test of the Optima LX 1.6T, we noted that the tiny little turbocharged engine didn’t give up much when it comes to acceleration thanks to a quick-shifting dual-clutch automatic. At highway speeds, however, you do need to plan your passes as the small turbo engine can feel slightly lethargic. Interior space, on the other hand, is generous with plenty of room for front and rear seat passengers. Material quality on lower trim levels is also not on par with higher grade models, especially on the base LX trim.
The more powerful 2.0-liter turbo-four in the SX trim didn’t have much of an advantage in terms of acceleration due to prodigious amounts of turbo lag, as we noted in a 2016 First Test. Comfort levels and ride quality, on the other hand, are respectable even with the standard 18-inch alloy wheels on the SX trim.
The 2018 Optima’s optional 2.0-liter turbo-four is also found in a number of vehicles including the Kia Sorento and Sportage, as well as the Hyundai Sonata and Santa Fe Sport.
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