2019 Kia Cadenza Walk Around

The Cadenza looks more expensive than it is, with Z-shaped lightning-bolt-looking LED running lamps, a concave grille, big wheels and tasteful chrome accents. It wears its sheetmetal with confidence. The styling isn’t as spirited as the Kia Stinger, but then it isn’t intended to be. It’s supposed to look like a German luxury car, namely a BMW, which it does.

Interior

The cabin delivers as well, with a business-like design offering standard leather seats and high-quality materials including trim. The Technology and Limited models offer more luxury, including optional Nappa leather and faux suede. The controls are centrally and ergonomically positioned around the touchscreen. There are several storage bins.

The front seats are soft and supportive. The Technology and Limited feature a power thigh bolster. The panoramic sunroof cuts into front headroom.

There is ample headroom and legroom in the rear, where three adults can comfortably fit, but two are always better. The trunk is big, with 16 cubic feet of cargo space.

The cabin is silent, thanks to plenty of sound deadening.

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