2019 Kia Cadenza Safety | Kia of Auburn
The 2019 Kia Cadenza Adds on a Host of Safety Features
The Kia Cadenza replaced the Kia Amanti in 2010 and is marketed as Kia K7 in South Korea by the manufacturer Kia Motors. The executive sedan is into its second generation of production which began in 2016. The 2109 Kia Cadenza is available in three trim levels of Technology, Limited, and Premium. All the options have a fuel economy of 20 in the city and 27 in the highway while delivering a torque of 290 horsepower @ 6000 rpm. The V6 engine combined with an 8-speed automatic shiftable transmission are the other highlights.
One of the top factors that consumers who are looking to own the Kia Cadenza in Auburn consider are the vehicle’s safety features. A host of advanced safety features are now available in all Kia Cadenza trims.
Safety has been a priority Safety has been given a top priority in the second generation Kia Cadenza. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety had given a “Top Safety Pick+” rating for the 2017 Cadenza with an overall five-star rating.
Kia Cadenza received a rating of “good” on most parameters from The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). These include test results for Moderate Overlap Front, Side Impact, roof strength, Rear Crash Protection, Small Overlap passenger and driver side. Front crash prevention test results achieved a rating of “superior” while headlights results were acceptable.
Advanced safety features Automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning are some of the safety features that are standard in both Limited and Technology trims. The Premium trim features advanced safety features such as blind-spot monitoring, power-folding side mirrors, rear parking sensors, and rear cross-traffic alert. The other safety features include Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist that applies brakes automatically in the event of an impending front collision, Blind-Spot Collision Warning that sounds an alert after detecting if the vehicle is in right-side or left-side blind spot, and reverse parking distance warning.
The other expected safety elements are the driver and passenger airbags, front and rear head airbags, front side airbag, child safety locks, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), brake assist, four-wheel disc brakes, traction control, daytime running lights, and Cross-Traffic Alert.