Last post on Aug 15, 2013 at 7:08 PM
You are in the Kia Optima
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Kia Optima, Sedan
#901 of 906 Re: 2007 LX4 [netranger4]
Dec 26, 2010 (7:01 pm)
I think Kelly Bluebook, unlike Edmunds and NADA reflects asking, not sales prices and is less accurate then the other two. Keep that in mind in checking prices.
#902 of 906 Re: Optima purchase [netranger4]
Jul 25, 2011 (5:24 am)
My 2006.5 Optima EX just turned 100,000 miles and it looks and drives pretty much like new. In mixed driving, I average 26.1 MPG and my maintenance costs have been riduculously low. The 100k service was inexpensive and in all of those miles I have only had to replace my brakes (at 95k due to that WONDERFUL transmission), routine coolant and AT service, and replace the tires. All of my oil changes are free (a service by Lifetime Kia in Murphy, NC) and they treat me like royalty when I visit.
I almost bought a Honda Accord but the 5-speed AT (and the $3 price difference) sealed the deal. Now, I'm a loyal Kia owner for life.
#903 of 906 Re: Still going strong.. no problems whatsoever... [mickeyrom]
Oct 12, 2011 (3:54 pm)
I would have agreed with you until October 8, 2011. The engine failed at 75,864 miles despite regular oil changes and mostly conservative driving.
Aug 30, 2012 (6:54 pm)
Any suggestions for a good tire for the 2007 Optima with 16" tires? Currently have the Hankook 714, which have pretty poor grip in wet weather (70% tread remaining)
#906 of 906 Re: 2008-- MPG indicator? [csandste]
Aug 15, 2013 (7:08 pm)
Mine is a 2008 Optima but no MPG indicator...My Caddy STS does though.