The 2017 Kia K900 is Kia’s attempt of introducing an extravagant luxurious full-sized passenger car, and it rivals the very best in its class. The 2017 Kia K900 redefines what a luxury car is all about while giving consumers who are looking to ride in the lap of luxury the ability to do so without braking the bank. While the K900 is the most expensive Kia car to-date, it proves that the most luxurious cars are still affordable with the working class. Kia K900 premium sedan carries over unchanged for 2016. It’s long, low, sleek looking and roomy, and is available in three different trims.
2017 Kia K900 Design
Standard equipment includes parking sensors and both a front and a rearview camera; safety options include a head-up display, a lane-departure warning system, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. Some of those become standard on higher-priced versions. Sedans get standard power features; leather upholstery; a power-close trunklid; steering-wheel audio and phone controls; Bluetooth with audio streaming; auxiliary and USB ports; and satellite and HD radio.
The Lexicon audio system sends output to a set of 17 speakers with a total of 900 watts of power. A navigation system is also standard equipment, and it’s controlled through the latest version. Double-zone automatic climate manage, a 14-lecturer speakers, a 9.2” central infotainment method, a media player graphical user interface, a menu process, Wireless bluetooth and Wi-Fi online connectivity, ventilated and warmed front side seating, and a back end Usb 2 . 0 recharging dock.
2017 Kia K900 Engine
Received two V-6 powerplants and a V-8 in certain markets, the U.S.-spec model is only equipped with the latter. The 5.0-liter Tau GDI unit cranks out 420 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque, which are sent to the wheels through Kia’s new, smooth-shifting, eight-speed automatic transmission. The gearbox comes with three modes: Eco, Normal, and Sport. Each mode also adjusts the electric power steering’s sensitivity. Previously available in the U.S. only with the V-8, the K900 received a 3.8-liter V-6 engine rated at 311 horsepower and 293 pound-feet of torque. The V-6 mates to the same eight-speed automatic transmission.