The Cadenza banishes any lingering thoughts that Kia is just a manufacturer of cheap, unrefined cars. Well-rounded and thoroughly likable, this modern large sedan scores near the top of its category, edging the Toyota Avalon, once a benchmark in this segment. Thanks to better ride and handling, it also outscores the Hyundai Azera, which shares the Cadenza's platform and powertrain.
Pulling that off requires a long list of positives, and the Cadenza has them, along with very few faults. The cabin is quiet, well-finished, and spacious, and it has super-simple controls, which is rare in a fully-featured luxury sedan.
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