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Kia Stinger, Genesis G80 Named to Autotrader’s 10 Best Car Interiors under $50,000


Kia Motors Corp.'s Stinger sports car and Hyundai Motor Co.'s sub-brand Genesis G80 sedan made this year's Autotrader top 10 best car interiors for vehicles under $50,000, the automakers said Tuesday. (Image: Kia)

Kia Motors Corp.’s Stinger sports car and Hyundai Motor Co.’s sub-brand Genesis G80 sedan made this year’s Autotrader top 10 best car interiors for vehicles under $50,000, the automakers said Tuesday. (Image: Kia)

SEOUL, March 13 (Korea Bizwire)Kia Motors Corp.’s Stinger sports car and Hyundai Motor Co.’s sub-brand Genesis G80 sedan made this year’s Autotrader top 10 best car interiors for vehicles under $50,000, the automakers said Tuesday.

“The Kia Stinger’s interior offers a great-looking cabin with upscale materials and intuitive controls. There’s also a surprising amount of rear-seat room for a sport sedan — and we’re impressed with the impressive quality of the door panels, which is something you’d typically find in a more expensive vehicle,” Tara Trompeter, managing editor for Autotrader, said in a statement.

Autotrader is the most visited third-party car shopping website in the United States.

The Genesis G80 luxury sedan also made the coveted list for 2018, along with such cars as the Mercedes-Benz’s C-class sedan, BMW’s i3 electric car and Audi Q5 sport-utility vehicle, according to the statement released by Autotrader.

The publication’s top 10 list is aimed at helping shoppers go beyond the sheet metal and selects cars that make transit more enjoyable through thoughtfully laid out, comfortable and spacious interiors.

 

(Yonhap)

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