New 2018 KiaStinger GT2

  • VIN: KNAE55LC4J6019947
  • Stock: K181763
On The Lot
at Dolan KIA
Hours and Directions
Odometer
6 miles
Fuel Economy
19/25 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
HiChroma Red
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Sedan/5 seats
Drivetrain
All-wheel Drive
Engine
3.3L V-6 cyl
Kia Stinger

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Lane departure
  • Distance pacing cruise control
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Emergency communication system
  • Power moonroof

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • CF2-K : CARPETED FLOOR MATS AW

Detailed Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall5Out of 5
  • Sensible Sports Sedan

    By cobra on Thursday, May 03, 2018

    5.0
    I bought the Stinger Premium as I considered the GT too fast and furious for me. The Premium has the best of both worlds, great handling and nice luxury and safety features. It has plenty of power for me without being over kill. The looks are great, people cant quit staring. One man approached me in a parking lot and asked me if itwas a Porsche Panamera. My only complaint is the gas mileage which is disappointing but I knew that before I bought it and felt the trade off was fine. Im hoping that the quality is the same as all other Kias. Love this car so far, not much that I would change.
  • Swift, comfortable, and fun to drive.

    By midllifecrazy on Thursday, May 10, 2018

    5.0
    I love this car. It is really quick and turns heads. I have almost daily thumbs up and people asking me about it. I have the ceramic gray, which is unique. There are some issues, though. The stereo keeps changing focus to the rear seat, and the traffic on current route in the navigation does not work. The stereo is amazing and it is very comfortable. My highway mileage is about 23, combined is about 15, which is horrible. Though I bought this car for smiles per gallon, not miles per gallon, and I can use regular or premium.
  • Whoda thunk! Kia destroys the German competition.

    By Pharlap on Thursday, December 27, 2018

    5.0
    What an amazing car. We now have the feel of a BMW or Audi, with the reliability of a Japanese/Korean car. Instead of spending $750 for a car battery, I can now buy one at Wal-Mart if I choose, and install it myself. I no longer have to buy a $90 bottle of anti-freeze, and so forth and so on. My twin-turbocharged motor, and AWD system is covered for 10 years/100,000 miles! This car performs, and acts like the real deal. It's so comfortable, good looking, and fast....fast from the light, and while cruising. The ergonomics are so well done, and everything is easy to use. All the new tech can be a bit overwhelming in the beginning, but trust me...it's worth taking the time to learn. There's a reason Kia hired the man responsible for building the M Series division of BMW...and they also stole the guy from Audi. Quite evident in the styling, layout, and performance of the vehicle. Probably the only thing I would change, is having to set a few buttons each time I drive, to get the engine not to shut off at lights automatically, and to dial in the mode I like. It defaults to comfort. Not too big a deal. The aluminum looking buttons for Navi, radio etc, are difficult to read during the day, due to glare and the lettering not standing out. Every now and then, the Harmon Kardon amazing stereo will switch on its own, from being centered, to a random mix of the speakers blend. The leather is much nicer in the GT2 model, with Napa leather, and the safety features are worth the money in my opinion. No problems or issues in 4,000 miles, and theres nothing wrong with having the governor set to shut her down at 167 MPH. My mom would do the same. The heads up display is new to me, and I never thought I'd like it as much as I do. Radio stations, navi directions, speed limits, blind spot monitoring, and lane assist all project on my windshield. Another cool feature is being able to change the ambient lighting in the interior to one of about 7 colors or so. Keeps thing fun, and the illuminated light running across the glove box at night, is a nice sight. The heated and cooled seats work perfectly, and I did drive the car in the snow. It's no joke.....it was designed to be a snowmobile! Went through everything, and was passing the stuck cars up the hill. Please go buy one, and keep the dream alive by rewarding the South Korean's for having the guts to say were good enough....maybe even better.
Prices may change daily based on market conditions and accessories or options added by our accessory specialists. We reserve the right to make changes without notice, and are not responsible for typographical or software errors. Photo may not represent the actual vehicle. APR available on approved credit. Advertised price excludes tax, registration, security deposit, drive away permit $8.25, title fee $21.00, VTR $189 and dealer doc fee of $499.50.

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* Prices may change daily based on market conditions! All vehicles subject to prior sale and all vehicle prices are subject to change without notice. This may be due to, but not limited to, accessories or options added by our accessory specialists. We reserve the right to make changes without notice, and are not responsible for typographical or software errors. Photo may not represent the actual vehicle. Advertised price excludes tax, VTR, registration, title security deposit and dealer doc fee of $499.50.