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Kia is coming out with a replacement for the Optima and it looks great.
The Kia K5
We love Kia for the same reasons we love Hyundai: good looks and long warranties for a reasonable price. Kia will keep you covered for 5 years/100,000km (Not quite as long as Hyundai but still great). Either way, these cars are rock-solid reliable, and rarely have you going into the dealership for any reason other than an oil change or a new battery. The Kia K5 will help you save on fuel with up to 6.5L/100km on the highway. This is going in the top 5 reliable budget cars this year along with the Hyundai Elantra, Honda Civic, Toyota Camry, and the fancier Acura TLX. Not a lot of information about the K5 has been released from Kia yet, but we do know that there will be a GT version.