The large, second-generation Cadenza proves again to be a pleasant, upscale sedan that favors accommodations and power but dynamic prowess is not its strong suit. It is very roomy, with a smooth powertrain, decent fuel economy, and easy to use controls. While it doesn't delight in terms of ride and handling, Kia's competitively-priced large sedan does plenty of things right.
Kia Cadenza Road Test

Best Version to Get

You can choose among three Cadenza trim lines -- Premium, Tech, and Limited. We think the Premium version is an excellent value. We'd also get the Luxury package, which includes an upgraded infotainment system, blind-spot monitoring, lane change assist, and rear parking assist. Fully loaded Limited...
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