2016 Kia Optima Vs 2016 Honda Accord in Fayetteville NC
Serving Fort Bragg, Hope Mills, Raleigh, Wilson, Newton Grove
If you are looking for a reliable mid-size car, you may have noticed that many options exist in today's market. This may be overwhelming at first, but once you begin to narrow it down you will come to see that the 2016 Kia Optima is an excellent option. You will also love that it is relatively affordable compared to other cars in its class. If you are interested in seeing the 2016 Optima has to offer you, then head over to Fayetteville Kia, located in the city of Fayetteville, NC. Our dealership is committed to helping drivers in Fort Bragg, Hope Mills, Raleigh, Wilson, and Newton Grove find their next car!
One of the top rivals of the Optima is the Honda Accord. Let us take a look at how these two vehicles compare.
Fuel efficiency usually comes up when you are researching any vehicle, so it is not surprising that it would come up when you are comparing cars such as the 2016 Optima and the Honda Accord. Overall, the Accord has an EPA-estimated 27 mpg city and 37 mpg highway. When properly equipped, the Optima has the capability of giving drivers up to 28/39 mpg city/highway. While this may not seem like much of a difference, it can definitely add up, in the long run,
What is great about the 2016 Kia Optima is that it comes ready to provide you with an interior experience that closely rivals any of its competitors. Inside this comfortable environment, drivers will be able to enjoy:
- Air conditioning
- Power adjusting outside mirrors with LED turn Signal indicators
- BluetoothÂ¨ Wireless Technology Hands-Free Connectivity
- Sound-Absorbing Front Door Windows
- USB port and auxiliary jack
- 2 Front Console 12-Volt Power Outlets
- Rear-Camera Display
- Push-Button Start with Smart Key and Immobilizer
Price can play a major factor in any car buying decision, especially if you are on a budget. The 2016 Optima offers lower prices right from the get-go, which can easily make your wallet and budget happy. The first trim in the Honda Accord lineup has a starting MSRP of $22,205 while the first trim in the Kia Optima lineup has a starting MSRP of $21,990. You can use this extra money for additional features or a variety of other things!View Inventory