Smart trunk lid (hands-free), new entry-level trims, fewer manual transmission offerings, and an all-new Optima and Sorento highlight the changes to the Kia lineup for 2016.
On November 2, Hyundai Motor Company announced they were voluntarily adjusting the fuel economy ratings on many of Hyundai and Kia's 2011, 2012 and 2013 vehicles. Of course this spurred several lawsuits.
We're started early to fully record all of the changes in the 2018 model year for Kia. Bookmark this page, as we will continuously update the article with new changes and models.
So far: 2018 Cadenza, Forte5, Forte Sedan, Niro, Optima, Optima Hybrid, Optima Plug-In Hybrid, Rio, Sedona, Sorento, Soul, Soul EV, Sportage, and Stinger.