Used 2016 KiaOptima LX Sedan

  • VIN: 5XXGT4L30GG053373
  • Stock: 12017115T
Odometer
22,904 miles
Fuel Economy
24.0/35.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Other
Body
Sedan
Transmission
6-Speed Automatic
Engine
2.4L I4 16V GDI DOHC
Kia Optima
  • Carfax One Owner

Detailed Specifications

  • 1st and 2nd row curtain head airbags
  • 4-wheel ABS Brakes
  • ABS and Driveline Traction Control
  • Anti-theft alarm system
  • Audio controls on steering wheel
  • Audio system memory card slot
  • Bluetooth wireless phone connectivity
  • Braking Assist
  • Bucket front seats
  • Cargo area light
  • Clock: In-radio display
  • Coil front spring
  • Coil rear spring
  • Cruise control
  • Cruise controls on steering wheel
  • Digital Audio Input
  • Driver knee airbags
  • Dual illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Dusk sensing headlights
  • External temperature display
  • Fold forward seatback rear seats
  • Four-wheel Independent Suspension
  • Front Ventilated disc brakes
  • Front reading lights
  • Fuel Capacity: 18.5 gal.
  • Fuel Consumption: City: 24 mpg
  • Fuel Consumption: Highway: 35 mpg
  • Fuel Type: Regular unleaded
  • Headlights off auto delay
  • In-Dash single CD player
  • Independent front suspension classification
  • Independent rear suspension
  • Instrumentation: Low fuel level
  • Interior air filtration
  • MP3 player
  • Manual front air conditioning
  • Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds): 8.1 s
  • Max cargo capacity: 16 cu.ft.
  • Multi-link rear suspension
  • Passenger Airbag
  • Power remote driver mirror adjustment
  • Power remote passenger mirror adjustment
  • Power remote trunk release
  • Power windows
  • Premium cloth seat upholstery
  • Privacy glass: Light
  • Rear Stabilizer Bar: Regular
  • Rear bench
  • Rear seats center armrest
  • Regular front stabilizer bar
  • Remote activated exterior entry lights
  • Remote power door locks
  • Side airbag
  • Silver aluminum rims
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite Radio
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio(TM)
  • Speed Sensitive Audio Volume Control
  • Speed-proportional electric power steering
  • Stability control
  • Strut front suspension
  • Suspension class: Regular
  • Tachometer
  • Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System: Tire specific
  • Total Number of Speakers: 6
  • Trip computer
  • Turn signal in mirrors
  • Urethane shift knob trim
  • Urethane steering wheel trim
  • Vehicle Emissions: LEV3-ULEV125
  • Video Monitor Location: Front
  • Wheel Diameter: 16
  • Wheel Width: 6.5

Dealer Notes

Carfax History Report INCLUDED on Every Vehicle!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • Great Vehicle and Value

    By Magna42 on Monday, December 04, 2017

    5.0
    I own a 2017 and prior to this vehicle I owned a 2012. I would still have the 2012 if it waasnt totaled. As pleasant as the 2012 was the 2017 is much better. More equipment, but a few strange ommissions/changes (relatively minor). The 2017 is head and shoulder quieter than the previous mode. The steering though is little vague, though I understand that theres a firmware fix for that. All in all I am pleased with the Optima and would buy another if the need arose.
  • This is the only car that had everything I wanted

    By Larry on Saturday, October 21, 2017

    5.0
    With the SXL trim, its the Audi A6 for smart people. All the features I wanted. European ride - check, ample power-check, high tech goodies-check, reliable brand - check, dealers willing to deal - check, good on gas - check, regular unleaded- check, looks great - check, 10 year power train, FIVE YEAR BUMPER TO BUMPER!! (who does that?) Kia just tries harder, copying the best of every other brand. I shop from brands that try harder. Why be a sucker?
  • A Great Value!

    By Oldgoldtop on Sunday, December 01, 2019

    5.0
    I used to have to get high end cars get the convenience tech features I wanted. Phones, keyless start, BT, GPS, vented/heated seats, blind spot monitoring and other such options were once reserved for luxury brands. I have had several BMW, Audi and Mercedes which first offered these amenities that gradually have been becoming available on less exclusive brands. Fantastic! Now retired, I no longer can deduct my vehicles so have been looking at some “more affordable” makes. I chose this 2019 Kia SXL Turbo because it offered pretty much most of the options I will not do without, plus a few others. Rear seat heaters and 4 camera surround view monitors were two options I wanted that many others in this class did not offer. I miss the remote push button trunk lid operation on the 2017 Lincoln I had previous to this. Kia’s “smart trunk is “okay” though. Also Kia seems to be doing away with garage openers too. I had to purchase a small 4 button fob I have placed on the visor to open 3 doors. $12 on Amazon. Oh well. The nicely thought out operation of the radio/media and GPS navigation is superior to ALL of my previous vehicles. And the Kia UVO also is superior to Android Auto, mainly because Android still does not have wireless capability in this car and requires connecting with a usb cable. Texting by voice commands while driving through the UVO is great as is searching for a POI destination (“navigate to ____ animal shelter”), still I am uncertain if I will be willing to pay the high fee for the necessary UVO subscription after the one year included “Ultimate” plan expires. Many states are enacting laws to require hands free cell phone use. I can use my voice to send texts via my smartwatch and I had the dealer install Kia’s remote start so am able to rely less on the UVO app for that. And I can always use my phone with Google maps to input destination searches by voice or even connect for Android Auto. The other UVO features are not worth paying for imo but it is currently $300/year (in US) to get complete UVO functionality once the 12 month trial expires. The “smart cruise control” with stop and go is great and the operation is simple and intuitive. The Lincoln with just “regular” cruise was the worst design of any of my previous cars. It was cumbersome and annoying to operate with too many buttons. (Wake up Ford!). This Optima SX Limited also comes with many safety features like collision avoidance and lane keeping (plus more). Also a 5 star safety rating. The 2.0 4cyl turbo is peppy with a nice note when accelerating. The ride is a bit stiff though not unpleasant at all. The EX Limited I considered felt a bit softer but I preferred the SXL for some additional options. The controls are generally well placed, easy to use and are not overly reliant on the 8 inch touch screen, which is nice. I find that I prefer the hard buttons for navigating directly to the menu I want. I have had several touch screens that require somewhat precise touching or risk hitting the wrong spot which is distracting. The interior is tasteful with decent materials but will not be confused with a high end luxury car…I like to say it’s “understated”. (I prefer the dash design to the curves in the similar Sonata). Currently I am getting over 27 MPG just driving around town, but I am intentionally driving conservatively to test how efficient it can be driven. No doubt that number will decline with my more typical driving. Perhaps there could be a bit more sound deadening material or absorption insulation put in. I notice I could hear some dishes I had transported in the trunk rattling, sounding like they were in the back seat. The sound when closing the doors and trunk lid seem less solid than I am used to. Minor quibbles really. I do not find the highway noise too bad really. I have had quieter cars but this is more than acceptable. Perhaps my hearing is not what it used to be? I really can’t believe I am driving a Kia! But they seem to be building great cars and the price differential from a more “prestige” brand is significant. And my Kia was a better value than the other mid size sedans in it's class. Perhaps I will consider replacing the stock international KIA emblem with the stylized “K” emblem I believe they use in Korea. I was able to score a great deal on a leftover horizon blue 2019 model (it looks fantastic!) for $10k below it’s $37K MSRP. Timing is everything and the end of year deals are what I typically look to negotiate on. The 2020 model is essentially the same car. I will see how it goes over time but right now the honeymoon continues. Maybe I should have looked at Kia before!

New Arrivals

  • 2016 Ford F-150 Extended Cab Short Bed Truck

    2016 Ford F-150 Extended Cab S…

    • $24,495
    View Details
  • 2016 Ford F-350 Extended Cab Truck

    2016 Ford F-350 Extended Cab T…

    • Please Call
    View Details
  • 2014 Ford F-150 Extended Cab Truck

    2014 Ford F-150 Extended Cab T…

    • $20,995
    View Details
  • 2015 Ford Edge SEL SUV

    2015 Ford Edge SEL SUV I4 16V…

    • $17,995
    View Details
; ;