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Kia Lowers Price for Next-Gen Cadenza

November 09, 2016

Photo of 2017 Cadenza courtesy of Kia Motors.
Photo of 2017 Cadenza courtesy of Kia Motors.

The 2017 Kia Cadenza will arrive with a lower starting price for its base model than the outgoing sedan, Kia has announced.

The 2017 Cadenza will retail for at least $32,890 when it arrives at dealerships in late November. The price comes in $1,000 lower than the base 2016 Cadenza. It will be available in three trim grades, including Premium, Technology, and Limited.

The Technology model ups the price to $39,890 and includes a suite of driver-assistance features such as automated forward braking with pedestrian detection, forward collision warning, blind spot detection, and a Surround View Monitor. The Limited model retails for $45,290.

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