What’s New on the 2019 Kia Stinger?
When the 2019 Kia Stinger was announced two years ago, it set the automotive world on fire. Not only had Kia, a brand that was still working hard to shake its reputation for economy cars, developed and designed a car with luxurious and athletic ambitions, but it looked like they had hit a home run with it. Read the rest of this entry »
2019 Kia Forte Vs. 2018 Kia Forte
If you’re a frequent visitor to the Kia of Muncie blog, you know that one of our favorite things about Kia is how they’ve always been obsessed with providing the best value. Many of us think about value in terms of only pricing, but value also includes what you get for that pricing. Getting more for less is the definition of an excellent value. Read the rest of this entry »
2018 Fall Peak Colors in Muncie, Indiana
Whether you’re the type of person who is already missing the warm weather and long days of summer or the type of person who is just waiting to unleash an infernal fury of Christmas and holiday decorations throughout your yard and house, fall is a grounded and somber season of transition. During this time, we get to re-center and appreciate the many unique events, sights and smells that accompany the gradual move to cooler weather. Read the rest of this entry »
Commonly Forgotten Vehicle Maintenance
Have you ever just stopped and thought about how wild it is that cars work? Your car, after all, moves you and up to 7 passengers forward by turning wheels underneath the box you’re all sitting in. Those wheels are turned by small explosions in cylindrical chambers that crank a metal shaft which is matched up with a gear and then sent to the wheels. With only a gallon of gas, you can go 20, 30 or even 50 miles with these explosions pushing you along. Read the rest of this entry »
Kia Rio Vs Kia Forte Vs Kia Optima Vs Kia Stinger Vs Kia Cadenza Vs Kia K900
Although crossovers have been the fastest-growing segment in the automotive market, many drivers still prefer the timeless style and balanced characteristics of a sedan. These three-box cars are the classic association most of us have with the word “car” and nearly everybody can recall their first vehicle, which was more than likely a sedan or coupe. Read the rest of this entry »
Buying a new Kia car is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. Purchasing a car is a big decision, one you’ll want to research. It’s important to get the fact straight. Too much misinformation is circulating about buying a new car. The team at Kia of Muncie wants to make the experience as smooth as possible. We’re proud to serve the New Castle, IN area and want to make car buying as seamless as possible.
Four Amazing Features That Should Be in the Next Car You Buy
When it comes to the kind of technology that’s available in your vehicle, we’re really living in completely uncharted territory. Even thirty years ago, a car was considered premium if it had stereo audio, radio presets and a CD player. Read the rest of this entry »
What’s New on the 2019 Kia Optima?
Midsize sedans represent the enduring vehicle style and balance of features in the automotive market. Not only have most manufacturers held the midsize sedan as their totem models, but it’s also the vehicle shape and body style you’re most likely think about when you think about a car. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’ve been considering purchasing a new Kia car, then you’ll be glad to know about all the safety features available. Safety is one of the most important factors when choosing a car. As a show of its expansive safety features, Kia cars were named as one of the safest cars of 2018.
At Kia of Muncie, we never hesitate when it comes to assurances of a safe ride. As a Richmond, IN Kia dealership, we carry a full line of vehicles with these safety options.
2019 Kia Sportage Trim Level Features
Back in the mid-1990s when America began its love affair with SUVs, if you wanted cargo capacity, safety and all-wheel drive, you paid for it with a vehicle that got right around 15 miles per gallon. As gas prices increased in the early 2000s, however, drivers weren’t ready to give up those features. After all, a higher ride height means better visibility. Cargo capacity and towing capability mean you can bring more with you. All-wheel drive is a must in the harsh and snowy winters of the Midwest, Northeast and high-altitude regions. Read the rest of this entry »