Kia vs. Honda
Kia cars, SUVs, minivans and hybrids have stellar performance, technology and safety features, as well as a premier value in the automotive industry! Whether you are looking for a compact with nice fuel economy like the Kia Forte, a sedan with world-class style like the Kia Cadenza, an SUV with rock-solid performance like the Kia Sorento or the most fuel-efficient hybrid crossover with 50 combined miles per gallon in the Kia Niro, Kia vehicles have it all!
We will compare the benefits of Kia models vs. Honda models in categories like price, awards, cargo room, and more. Keep reading to see more benefits of the entire Kia line of vehicles, which also includes the award-winning Kia Optima midsize sedan, the Kia Sportage small SUV, and the iconic Kia Soul crossover!
Did you think you were saving money with a Honda vehicle? Perhaps, but Kia models have value-packed prices that will save you even more money which you can then use to splurge on better vacations, boost your savings, or invest in your favorite hobbies. At Airport Kia, we have the 2018 Kia Sorento SUV in mid-line trims starting around $28,995* vs. the Honda Pilot SUV's base MSRP of $30,745. Also available is the 2017 Kia Forte compact for a starting price of around $14,630* (the competing Honda, the 2017 Civic, has an MSRP of $18,740), while the fun, one-of-a-kind 2018 Kia Soul can be yours for less than $16,000* at Airport Kia of Naples.
Performance and Cargo Room
Check out the power of the Kia line vs. Honda models in the same class. The 2017 Kia Sedona minivan pumps out 276 horsepower vs. the Honda Odyssey minivan's 248. The 2018 Kia Sorento maxes out at 290 HP while the Honda SUV, the Pilot, tops out at 280. The 2018 Honda CR-V crossover only reaches 190 HP, while its comparison in the Kia line, the 2018 Sportage, reaches a furious maximum 240 HP. Not only do Kia models have the edge in HP, they also come with ample cargo room, as the 2018 Soul has a hatchback with access to 61.3 cubic feet for cargo, the 2017 Niro hybrid has 54.5 cubic feet in back, and the 2018 Sorento has a superb 73 cubic feet in back.
Awards & Recognition
While Honda features some popular models like the Civic compact and the Accord sedan, Kia models are on the upswing and the awards they have won recently show their quality, such as the Autotrader "12 Must Test Drive for 2017" list the Kia Sportage made. The 2017 Kia Soul and 2017 Kia Sorento both made the U.S. News & World Report "Best Cars for the Money" list. In addition, five recent Kia models received the IIHS Top Safety Pick, which means they are among the most impact-resistant in their class: The 2017 Sedona minivan, 2017 Cadenza and 2017 Optima sedans, 2017 Sorento midsize SUV and 2017 Sportage small SUV.
*Prices at Airport Kia are as of 11/6/2017. Discounted prices may change.