These New Cars Retain the Most Value

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Midsize — Kia K5
Many car companies in America have stopped offering a traditional family sedan, going all-in on the increasingly popular crossover. Not only is Kia sticking by the sedan, the automaker is doubling down with the all-new K5. Replacing the Optima in the heart of Kia’s sedan lineup, the K5 gets built on an all-new platform with fresh styling, updated features and a range of powerful, efficient engines. The new Kia K5 is longer, lower and wider than the outgoing Optima, which not only gives it a more aggressive stance but also creates more interior space. The K5 comes well equipped even in base-level trim with a standard 8-inch display screen, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and materials that provide a premium vibe.

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