So you're just basing engine options off of price and nothing else? Typically an engine bump like that results in a big jump in price. What is your budget like?
Do you think the Stinger will replace the Optima Race Car they have? From what it seems to me the Optima is aging and they need something fresh.Lucky for them they have race team so that will help in making sure a performance division for street application can take off and see success. Already some concepts got great feedback so its just a matter of making the models happen.
I guess you might have a point but at the same time the Stinger kicks off a new beginning for Kia so that also might be something they could bank on right now unless the optima is poised to be the sedan version of the Stinger. Do you think that might be the case here?I Highly doubt it, the Optima has been in production since 2000 and after 17 years it's still selling globally. There's more incentive to renew it than scrap the badge.
For $55k we better get a lot of value because that's a lot for Kia to be asking with the way I see it. Don't know if anyone else thinks the same way but at that price you're open to quite a lot of vehicles.So as far as pricing goes they are going to be starting off at $35k and going upwards of $55k from what I hear you can get the v6 model for around $39k.