2015 Kia K900: Kia’s Luxury Thrill Ride
The 2015 Kia K900 was recently teased in The Wall Street Journal and during the Super Bowl. It will be on its way to select Kia dealerships soon. We at JKR Advertising & Marketing are eagerly awaiting its arrival. After all, it’s going to be fun strategizing our automotive advertising around a car like this!
This all-new luxury sedan is poised to take on the finest full-size rear-drive luxury sedans in the world. It features standard equipment galore, accommodations nothing short of world-class, and design elements that will make you re-think your current definition of “Kia.”
Kia’s new flagship sedan, the 2015 K900 features a choice of a V6 or V8 engine. The 420-horsepower Tau DOHC all-aluminum 32-valve, five-liter engine is the first V8 ever offered in a Kia sedan. Meanwhile, the V6 produces 311 horsepower – the most powerful V6 in the entire Kia lineup.
2015 Kia K900: Interior
Your sense of appreciation for the 2015 Kia K900 will no doubt be heightened the moment you open the doors. The leather-wrapped steering wheel features mounted controls for sound, cruise control, vehicle information and more. Also standard is a power rear window sunshade, and multi-passenger heating and ventilation controls make for an even more comfortable ride.
2015 Kia K900: Exterior
The K900’s long 119.9-inch wheelbase means there’s more-than-ample room. Adding to the muscular look are 19-inch multi-spoke chrome wheels. Standard on the V8 model are adaptive LED headlights that provide bright, natural light in any situation.
Maintenance and Safety Features
A three-year, 37,500-mile maintenance schedule comes with the purchase or lease of the 2015 Kia K900. This includes the first five service visits, as long as the work is performed at a participating Kia retailer. For safety’s sake, a Lane Departure Warning System is standard on all K900 models.
You may be wondering to yourself, a Kia luxury car? While it’s certainly something completely different, let’s not forget there was a time about a quarter-century ago when companies like Volkswagen, Nissan and Toyota were thought to have lost their marbles when they designed their first luxury cars. Today, however, you might have heard of Audi, Infiniti and Lexus? Just saying …
As Kia celebrates its 20th anniversary in the United States, it does so in grand fashion with the 2015 Kia K900.