3/4 Front Glamour 2015 Kia K900

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What you must know before buying the Kia K900
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  • New for 2014
  • Still difficult to find
  • High price/low demand
  • Low-APR financing and lease deals available

New territory for Kia:

Like its parent company, Hyundai, did with the Genesis sedan a few years ago, Kia has moved into the luxury car segment. The automaker's full-size 2015 K900 is in the same class as offerings from high-end brands such as BMW, Lexus and Audi.

You'll need a map:

Good luck finding one, though. Not all Kia dealers carry the K900, so inventories are predictably low.

And a strong desire:

There's another reason for that scarcity. Demand for the fancy four-door is low because of the K900's un-Kia-like $59,500 starting price. However, you should note that the car's competitors have significantly higher base MSRPs.

A redesigned K900 is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. in 2018. Expect few, if any, updates of the current car until then.

Dealers will try to make it even stronger:

You can finance a K900 for up to 36 months at 0.9-percent APR. Kia is offering $1,000 incentives for loyal and conquest buyers. Members of the military, college students and recent graduates can save an additional $400. The manufacturer is even providing 24-month and 36-month lease deals on Luxury-trimmed K900s; payments are $599.

New territory for Kia:

Like its parent company, Hyundai, did with the Genesis sedan a few years ago, Kia has moved into the luxury car segment. The automaker's full-size 2015 K900 is in the same class as offerings from high-end brands such as BMW, Lexus and Audi.

You'll need a map:

Good luck finding one, though. Not all Kia dealers carry the K900, so inventories are predictably low.

And a strong desire:

There's another reason for that scarcity. Demand for the fancy four-door is low because of the K900's un-Kia-like $59,500 starting price. However, you should note that the car's competitors have significantly higher base MSRPs.

A redesigned K900 is scheduled to arrive in the U.S. in 2018. Expect few, if any, updates of the current car until then.

Dealers will try to make it even stronger:

You can finance a K900 for up to 36 months at 0.9-percent APR. Kia is offering $1,000 incentives for loyal and conquest buyers. Members of the military, college students and recent graduates can save an additional $400. The manufacturer is even providing 24-month and 36-month lease deals on Luxury-trimmed K900s; payments are $599.

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Incentives & Rebates

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We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Kia is not offering incentives on the Base 4dr Sedan at this time. See a complete list of K900 incentives and rebates by Style below.
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Incentives & Rebates by Style

CarsDirect captures all of the Kia K900 rebates and incentives, and updates it on a daily basis. Doing research on the latest Kia K900 financing incentives is crucial if you want to get the best deal possible. Be sure to check back as manufacturers frequently announce new deals. You can find current specials below. Sometimes Kia K900 incentives and rebates can vary by region, so please make sure we have your correct zipcode (20146).

StyleMSRP Available Incentives (Expiration)
2015 Base 4dr Sedan$60,400
Conquest or Loyalty Bonus Cash (+)

Incentives and Rebates

Conquest or Loyalty Bonus Cash

Hurry! Offer Expires 11/3/14


Conquest Program available to owners of qualifying competing makes. Loyalty Program available to owners of qualifying vehicles of the same make. Conquest and Loyalty programs cannot be combined. Please check with your CarsDirect Vehicle Specialist or VIP Dealer Partner for complete details.

$1,000 (11/3/14)