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New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing

New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing

New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing – 2021 KIA Stinger is an ambitious five-door hatchback, one that takes a European luxury car with a teardrop shape and a fancy cockpit. With the most powerful engine, the Twin-Turbo V-6, it’s haggling screaming compared to rivals.

Stinger is larger than it appears, which is proof of styling. It’s 190.2 inches in its entirety, with a 114.4-inch wheelbase.

New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing

New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing
New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing

 

2021 KIA Stinger GT Horsepower

There are two engines, the 255-Horsepower Turbo-4, and the Twin-Turbo V-6 with 365 horsepower. Using 8-speed automatic transmission, it can accelerate from 0-60 mph in about 4.7 seconds, with either a rear-wheel or an all-wheel drive.

A Rear-wheel-drive Base Stinger with a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder EPA-Rated engine in the city 22 mpg, 29 Highway, 25 combined. With an all-wheel-drive, it gets 1 less mpg.

The Stinger GT with a 3.3-liter Twin-Turbo V-6 gets 19/25/21 MPG with a Rear-wheel drive and is almost the same as an all-wheel drive.

The Stinger 2021 has never been crash-tested. Automatic emergency braking is not available on basic Stinger or Stinger GT bases. It comes standard at other Trim levels, along with adaptive cruise control, automatic lights, and active line control.

New 2021 KIA Stinger GT Review, Pricing

The basic stinger and the Premium models use a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, while the GT, GT1, and GT2 use the V-6. Prices range from $34,000 to more than $50,000.

Basic Stinger equipment includes power features, front-seat power, leather upholstery, automatic climate control, Cruise Control, shift paddle, 18-inch wheels, 7.0 inches screen Infotainment, AM/FM/XM/HD Radio, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto compatibility, Bluetooth with Audio Streaming, and blind-spot monitors.

Each Stinger also got a strong guarantee for 5 years or 60,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper coverage, and 10 years or 100,000 miles of powertrain coverage.

2021 KIA Stinger GT Specs

Premium adds Sunroof, Power Tilt/telescoping Steering Wheel, digital Gauge, LED light, 8.0-Inch Touchscreen with navigation, and 720-Watt, 15-speaker Harman Kardon Sound System. All drive wheels are available.

The Stinger GT adds interior Trim aluminum, three speakers, and 19-inch wheels; The rear hard disk Model gets a limited skid differential.

GT1 gets a digital gauge and LED changing signal. GT2 Add Head-up look, Nappa leather, multi-adjustable front seat Cooler, and a hands-free liftgate. Price can Top $50,000.

Options include charging a wireless smartphone, a heated rear seat, a surround camera system, and a Head-up screen.

The collision forward warning with automatic emergency braking is standard on Premium models, GT1, and GT2, but is not offered on the base model and GT.

2021 KIA Stinger GT Interior

2021 KIA Stinger GT Interior
2021 KIA Stinger GT Interior

The sleek stinger, engraved by Sheetmetal triggers the classic memories of the Grand Touring sports car. Channels, folds, spoons, and over seams exaggerate that reverence.

Front overhang, long veil, and barbed roofline give the proportions that only rear-wheel-drive cars can make. Fastbacks are a new fancy form, and Stinger does it right.

The cab is polished and well-trimmed, with only a few plastic spots; It is also quiet and calming, while a more friendly and subtle about reaching the same retro GT looks like an exterior.

Metal Trim on the wings dash is a nice touch, and a large gauge that rings in metal, and there is a thick wrapped leather wheel. The color display has a good Infotainment interface; It can be configured to display performance data such as G-troops cornering and lap times.

There is plenty of space in front, while the basic leather seats are supportive and comfortable, with 12-way adjustments and a four-way lumbar for the driver. On the top models, with available Nappa skins, there are 16-way adjustments, heating, and cooling, as well as lumbar support.

There is good legroom but the not-so-good main room in the back, thanks to the roofline Fastback. However, the Fastback hatchback design creates more cargo space than in the sedan: 23.3 cubic meters behind the second row, or 40.9 cubic feet behind the front seat.

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