Friday, January 13, 2017

2018 Kia Stinger GT video



There you go!

Enjoy the new Kia sedan in action. Plus interior views.
This is a personal gift from me. To the world!

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would like the real one on my drive courtesy of you :)

Vince Burlapp said...

Done!

FFEMT6 said...

Room for one more? I am really liking the design and intent of this car.

FFEMT6 aka (The Poor Man) said...

I for one am hoping this will be "the poor man's," Jag U arr XE. Further hoping the handling is 3/4 as good.

Anonymous said...

Vince calm down, do you realize it's a Kia? You loose all respect when you are a fan of junk

Anonymous said...

I really like this car and I am going to be in the market this summer, but I feel like its going to end up costing 35-40k well optioned, basically as much as a base 3 series. At that point you have to start wondering if the dealer experience will be up to snuff and if they will retain their value. If you can't get a loaner/get treated like you are looking for a 96 month loan on a Rio, that would be a turn off. If it ends up being worth only 15k after 3 years that would be even worse. Also, any word on weight?

Anonymous said...

It looks cheap!

Anonymous said...

A little overdone in some parts,but still a great design,overall. And plus,it is RWD. I also hope the steering is better than other KIAs.

Anonymous said...

Not a Toyota fan, but prefer the new Camry over this one

Doug F said...

Even though it just looks like a rear wheel drive Optima, the Stinger GT was the best looking new car at the autoshow.

Vince Burlapp said...

Brand snobs out in force. Every day. All the time...

Anonymous said...

"Not a Toyota fan, but prefer the new Camry over this one"
Great trolling,buddy. Godspeed to you,sir.

Anonymous said...

Great trolling,buddy. Godspeed to you,sir.

Great bozoing buddy. Godspeed to you,sir.

Anonymous said...

Do you still have to be a have-not to buy a Kia theses days?

Anonymous said...

Kia/Hyundai have an opportunity to pick up Chrysler/Dodge fans now that FCA has no small or medium sedans available in the US. ( Dart & 200 are gone! )

Anonymous said...

Bozoing-is this a real word?

Vince Burlapp said...

Yes it is. It's brand new.

Anonymous said...

Wow. I couldn't find it even on Urban Dictionary...

Anonymous said...

Brand snobs out in force. Every day. All the time...

January 14, 2017 at 9:44 AM


Vince , quality brands have earned a reputation ,hence people follow quality proven brands. Not brand snobs so much as educated buyers. As far as Kia goes ,...... junk!


Anonymous said...

Vince, you are not expected to be very literate. So...stick to posting photos and typos.

http://www.meanings.eu/bozoing

Anonymous said...

Um. Great design. Can't wait to buy it and live with it....
https://www.consumeraffairs.com/automotive/kia.htm

Anonymous said...

So,bozoing is just the anagram to boozing? Wtf...

Anonymous said...

"Vince , quality brands have earned a reputation ,hence people follow quality proven brands. Not brand snobs so much as educated buyers. As far as Kia goes ,...... junk!"

Ah yeh...if you were educated you wouldn't be calling Kia junk. They regularly top quality surveys and are among the most reliable cars around. Don't kid yourself that Mercedes, BMW or Audi are rock solid. My neighbours new A5 was brought home on a flatbed truck the other day.

And for those saying it's cheap...guess you're loving the new 7 series covered head to toe in chrome with gaudy multi coloured LED lighting inside....

Anonymous said...

So,bozoing is just the anagram to boozing? Wtf.

So, is WTF a word? No, it is an overly used internet acroynm.

Anonymous said...

But there's a difference: i've literally never,ever,heard this word before,while "WTF" is still a very common and popular expression that is used by millions of people on the internet.Do you get it?

Anonymous said...

But there's a difference: i've literally never,ever,heard this word before,while "WTF" is still a very common and popular expression

It's ok. Learn something new. Expand your horizons. I am sure that is why you visit Vince's site. Right?

Anonymous said...

This is what you get with a car that has every single design cliche that a designer can possibly cram into a single sedan. That's not to say I don't like it, but it's like a forensic artists' rendering of a car that I'd love.