The 2013 Optima SX Limited Hits Kia’s Dealerships in the US

Kia has provided a confirmation last July 2, 2012 that the 2013 Kia Optima SX Limited has finally started arriving on the company’s dealerships in the US. This simply means that the company’s dealerships would soon be selling the SX Limited to those who have been waiting for this car to be released into the market.

The 2013 Kia Optima SX Limited was first unveiled in the US automobile market at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. This vehicle hit the production line of the company’s manufacturing plant located in West Point, Georgia last June. After almost a month, most of the newly-produced Optima SX Limited sedans were delivered to the company’s dealerships all over the US in preparation for its actual sales date.

The 2013 Kia Optima SX Limited sedan will be sold at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $35,275 including the shipping charge of $775. The sedan will be offered with the 18-inch chrome wheels, LED lighting, and red brake calipers. Its interior is equipped with the upscale seating trim made of Nappa leather, electronic parking brake, and rich wood grain accents.

Aside from the features provided earlier, the latest version of the Optima SX Limited will be sold in various exterior colors such as Snow White Pearl, Titanium Metallic, and Ebony Black. These colors are exclusively available in this model. This will also be powered by the same engine that was used on the turbocharged Optima SX. However, Kia has assured its customers that the SX Limited was designed to provide a more-refined performance compared to its turbocharged SX sibling.

When information which confirmed the availability of the 2013 Kia Optima SX Limited on the company’s dealerships was released, Kia has stressed out that the overall features found on the range-topping trim of the Optima serves as a proof of one of the company’s major goals which aims to provide its consumers with high-quality vehicles without the need to spend large amounts of money.

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