Safe Dependable Car For First Time Drivers
Kia is a safe, dependable car, one that I would recommend to first time drivers and old alike. I would feel very comfortable having my son drive one of these knowing it was a safe choice. Now with the Optima Hybrid series it can also be a money saver for all the gas my son hates buying. I am sure you have heard of many myths involving Hybrid cars, so Kia posted an Urban Myth Busters App you must check out!
How Do Hybrid Cars Work
If you are the average Joe and Jane like me, you really have no idea how a hybrid car works or why you should even want to own one other than it is good for the environment. I am a big fan of infographics, and Kia has provided a great infographic on how hybrids work: OptimaHybridInfographic as well as published a video series about design, technology, value and battery at MotorTrendTrio
Affordable Hybrid Car
The 2011 Optima Hybrid Delivers 40 MPG on the Highway with a Starting MSRP of $26,5002
- Kia’s first hybrid combines class-leading fuel economy3 with advanced technology, efficiency and design
- Optima Hybrid is first vehicle to offer Kia’s UVO powered by Microsoft®4 hands-free infotainment and communications system
What impresses me about the Kia 2011 Optima Hybrid is that it is covered by KMA’s warranty program. This program offers unsurpassed consumer protection. A 10-year/100,000-mile limited power train warranty, a five-year/60,000-mile limited basic warranty and a five-year/100,000-mile anti-perforation warranty are all included. You also get a five-year/60,000-mile roadside assistance plan that is part of the vehicle coverage.
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