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2019 Kia K900 Overview

Matthew Keegan
Contributing Editor - January 10, 2019

The Kia K900 is all new, which is a surprise given the very small number of models sold each year. This hasn’t stopped Kia from delivering its own take on the luxury market in the form of a full-size sedan with all the creature comforts of Europe’s finest models. If you can look past the brand name, the 2019 Kia K900 is truly big on value.

What's New for 2019

After a brief three-year run and a one-year hiatus, the second-generation Kia K900 rolls out. A fresh exterior, updated interior, new powertrain, and now standard all-wheel drive highlight its changes. Kia includes generous driver-assist technologies. This all-new model shares its architecture with other large vehicles in the Hyundai-Genesis sphere, but with its own sheetmetal and unique take on the luxury segment.

Kia K900

Choosing Your Kia K900

Kia makes it easy to choose your 2019 K900 as it offers one well-equipped Luxury trim and only one package offering. Kia prices the K9000 Luxury from $60,895, which includes the $995 destination fee.

This year, it comes with a twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V6 engine with 365 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. An eight-speed automatic transmission sends power to the wheels. A drive mode selector transfers up to 50 percent of torque to the front wheels and up to 80 percent to the rear wheels. The EPA rates the K900 at 18 miles per gallon city, 25 mpg highway, and 21 combined. This model runs best on premium fuel, although it isn’t required.

Standard equipment includes LED headlights, daytime running lights and taillights, low-beam assist, power-folding heated side mirrors with puddle lights, 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, and a power sunroof. Inside, the K900 comes with full power accessories, a power tilt-and-telescopic steering column, a heated steering wheel, leather seats, power front seats with heating and ventilation, heated rear outboard seats, wood trim, and zoned climate control.

All models also come with a 17-speaker audio system, Bluetooth, satellite radio, front wireless charging, Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto smartphone integration, and navigation. Kia also supplies a long list of driver-assist safety features, including a surround-view monitor, lane keeping and follow assist, lane departure warning, rear cross-traffic assist and avoidance, forward collision avoidance and warning, blind-spot collision avoidance and warning, adaptive cruise control with full stop, and a head-up display.

The VIP Package ($4,000) adds power-adjustable rear passenger seats with lumbar support (reducing seating from five to four), ventilated rear seats, a premium headliner, a 12.3-inch full LCD meter display, upgraded rear ventilation, a rear wireless phone charger, and a front-passenger chauffeur seat switch. Snow White Pearl is the lone exterior color that doesn’t require an upgrade to the VIP Package. Choose any one of the three other color choices and you’ll automatically make that upgrade.

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Take the VIP Package along with your color choice and your final price comes in just under $65,000. Likely, you’ll find generous incentives too as Kia only sells a few hundred of its flagship K900 sedan each year.

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