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What is the average price for Used Kia K900? How many are for sale and priced below market?
216 cars for sale found, starting at $19,871
Average price for Used Kia K900: $28,551
89 deals found. Average savings of $2,131
Save up to $5,810 below estimated market price
Where does used Kia K900 rank in comparison to competitor vehicles?
(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#2 of 156 Sedans with Most Leg Room
#8 of 90 Most Spacious Luxury Sedans
What Is The Average Price Of A Used Kia K900 By Model Year?
2017 Kia K900 for Sale
2016 Kia K900 for Sale
Save $3,298 on 8 deals
2015 Kia K900 for Sale
Save $4,684 on 84 deals
What Is The Average Price Of Competitor Cars To The Used Kia K900?
Used BMW 5 Series
Save $12,489 on 4,077 deals
Used Lexus GS 350
Save $13,382 on 1,495 deals
Used Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Save $12,961 on 3,595 deals
What Is The Average Price Of Used Kia K900 In The Top 10 Cities?
Kia K900 in Houston
Save $4,533 on 5 deals
Kia K900 in Atlanta
Save $3,932 on 4 deals
Kia K900 in Dallas
Save $2,682 on 3 deals
Kia K900 in Chicago
Save $2,789 on 2 deals
Kia K900 in Miami
Save $4,373 on 5 deals
Kia K900 in Los Angeles
Save $3,335 on 5 deals
Kia K900 in Philadelphia
Save $2,961 on 4 deals
Kia K900 in San Antonio
Save $2,065 on 3 deals
Kia K900 in Phoenix
Save $2,277 on 4 deals
Kia K900 in Orlando
Save $2,029 on 2 deals
Kia K900 Test Drive Reviews
2015 Kia K900
Wait! Did Kia just make a rear-drive luxury car?
You read and heard this before. It is usually accompanied by laughter and a comedy routine. One does not consider Kia a maker of fine automobiles. Well, that was before they merged with Hyundai. Since then, we heard all sort of things of Kia was supposed to be. Was it supposed to be a value brand? Or, was it to be the sportier of the two, as distinguished from Hyundai.
Then, the brand hired Peter Schreyer to design their cars. One "tiger" grille after another, with styling cues that could be seen as interpretations from his former employer - Audi.
What is Kia? I give up...
There is no doubt that Kia is serious about making a car that is on par with flagship sedans. The K900 sedan (known as Quoris or K9 outside of North America) is the result. It looks big, bold and aspirational. But, it is still a Kia. It looks like a Cadenza - the full-sized, front-drive offering.
This is all surprising. Still, one must have proof that Kia did pull off the biggest head scratching moment in automotive history. So, I must prove the worthiness of the Kia K900 in a segment that demands the highest standards of luxury, performance, quality and status.
The spec on the car being reviewed is the VIP package with the 5.0liter V8 under the hood. That alone should make it competitive with the world's best flagships. Or, does it?