Wednesday, June 12, 2019

2020 Kia Cadenza





Pretty big changes for this cycle refresh of the big (but not the biggest) Kia sedan.
The front end is all new, and that grille is quite massive.
It could very well be a severe case of "too much" in real life...

New, more interesting lights in the rear.

And that new dashboard and console inside.
The whole thing is nice but underwhelming in these pictures.
I hope better shots are available soon. 

No matter what, always remember that someone once described the Cadenza as "all the luxury car you need".

I actually would be very interested in test driving one...

7 comments:

BillyM67 said...

I think the changes look very nice and waaay more upscale than the Toyota Avalon.

Anonymous said...

Classy looking and kind of different than the usual "all new" models of other carmakers. I like it.

Anonymous said...

Inside looks better than Cadillac CT5/4

Anonymous said...

The changes make an already good looking car even more desirable! Great job, Kia! 👍🏻

Anonymous said...

I think people don't buy these in the State due to resale value. Am I correct VB?

Anonymous said...

Strange they would go with taillights that look nearly identical to those on the upcoming Genesis G80 and G90... so much for preserving differentiation between their brands.

Anonymous said...

For the Resale value question, it is an irrelevant one if you do your homework.. The stigma of the badge recognition, which recognition has been gradually improving, is the issue. Worst Resale Value Cars:
BMW 7 Series.
Fiat 500e.
Jaguar XJ.
Jaguar XK.
Lincoln MKS.
Mercedes-Benz CL-Class.
Nissan Leaf.
Smart ForTwo Electric Drive.