Tag: Kia Telluride

Kia And Hyundai Provide Los Angeles With Its First Wheelchair Accessible SUV Service

Hyundai and Kia are partnering with ButterFli, a Los Angeles-based app that provides rides for people with accessibility issues. The two automakers have built wheelchair-accessible Tellurides and Palisades for the service. The project is being called EnableLA, a new universal mobility service announced today. The service will offer rides weekdays between 7 AM and 7 […]

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Prices For Some Second-Hand Vehicles Rising Higher Than New Ones’ MSRP

A lack of cars on the market is causing prices for used vehicles to rise precipitously. As the chip shortage causes dealer inventories to shrink and sales rise as consumers come out of lockdown, traditional truths about used car prices are going out the window. Citing data from Black Book, which tracks car and truck […]

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2022 Kia Telluride Debuts With Updated Looks And More Standard Tech

Kia’s award-winning Telluride is getting a modest makeover for 2022. Looking instantly recognizable, the range-topping crossover receives a lightly revised grille with all-new Kia badging. Additional changes are limited, but Kia’s new logo can also be found on the liftgate. Moving into the cabin, all trims gain a Navigation-Based Smart Cruise Control-Curve system. It automatically […]

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Corvette Leads The Way As List Of April’s Fastest-Selling Vehicles Released

Crossovers might be king, but April’s fastest-selling vehicle was a sports car. According to iSeeCars, new Corvettes only took 9.2 days to sell and had an average transaction price of $87,390. Both figures are significantly better than the average of 48.3 days and $37,558 but it’s worth noting many Corvettes have been ordered ahead of […]

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America’s 2022 Kia Carnival Is A 290 HP, 7 To 8 Passenger, 3,500 Pound Towing “Multi Purpose Vehicle”

Kia has taken the wraps off the North American replacement for the Sedona: the 2022 Carnival. Kia has been careful not to call it a minivan and, although its shame hasn’t kept it from designing a proper people mover, the brand has at least tried to give it some crossover bona fides. To start with, […]

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The Fastest-Selling New Cars In The U.S. Are Almost All SUVs

A study has shed light on how quickly vehicles are currently selling in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Unsurprisingly, the list is dominated by SUVs. By analyzing over 4.4 million new and used cars sold from March through June 2020, iSeeCars found that on average, it takes a new car 96.9 days to sell […]

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AAA Study Finds Driver Assistance Systems Lacking, Particularly Lane Keeping Assist

Driver assistance systems are designed to save lives, but they’re far from perfect. A new study from AAA makes that plainly clear as it found, over the course of 4,000 miles (6,437 km), active safety systems experience an “issue” an average of every 8 miles (12. 9 km). The study involved a number of different […]

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