The 2019 Kia Forte has a small car imprint, but a large amount of space at the top gives the impression of a bigger car. It’s a rugged package, ideal for four adults of most body types and sizes, and has plenty of cargo space.
Exterior and Interior
The third generation of Forte retains its sporty and youthful image, but stands out for its elegant and dynamic features inspired by the new Stinger sport sedan for a more sophisticated look. The 2019 Kia Forte features a long hood and a short platform to create a shape similar to that of a fastback. The folds of the hood contribute to the athletic and muscular appearance of the sedan, while the design features such as Kia’s characteristic tiger nosed grille and black lower valance. The design and design of the headlights are also inspired by the Stinger. An elegant horizontal molding connects LED taillights available.
With the new fast return form of the 2019 Kia Forte , it has been an opportunity to expand the space for passengers in several key areas. The total length of the cab has been increased by 3.2 inches, allowing more legroom and more cargo space in the boot. 2019 Kia Forte 15.1 cubic feet of cargo space is among the largest in the segment, with plenty of space to accommodate the team for a weekend or the basics. 2019 Kia Forte ‘s new cabin also borrowed some design elements from the Stinger sports sedan. The horizontal cab theme gives the cab an open, uncluttered appearance with clean lines and minimal knobs that are ergonomically positioned beneath an 8 “color touch screen and improved soft touch points for a comfortable and comfortable space. visually appealing.
The Kia Souls base for 2019 Kia Forte has the same 1.6 liter lineup as last year, with 130 horsepower in a barrel and 118 pounds of torque. With a 6 speed manual transmission or a 6 speed automatic transmission, it quickly displays your colors. The Soul is not particularly light, weighs around 3,000 pounds and the basic engine without power is easily knocked out. This is not impressive, and unless the price is more important than anything, we recommend that you continue. That means spending more money on a larger 4 cylinder or a 4 turbo, which seems to have undergone a messy separation. The least impressive, naturally aspirated 2.0 liter line 4 comes in the Soul Plus. It has a couple of 161 hp and 150 lb-ft. It comes only with a 6 speed automatic transmission. It can be ordered with an automatic emergency brake, a proven lifejacket, available at least on all models. We have no qualms about wanting the engine to change speed quickly, or average power. We have problems with safety equipment only available at this level of equipment. Ask for the 1.6 liter turbocharged and seven speed automatic, and it will abandon this safety gear for the transmission we love the most. The Soul turbo (or Kia speak, or Exclaim if you must) has a real urgency in the right foot and in the traffic lights. It also provides a good amount of torque steering, which can be denied by a simple change of Sport mode, which adds weight to the steering without adding much more information. Kia redesigned the Soul in 2014 and, if so, updated the suspension with more trips and better downloads. For a high car with a short wheelbase, the Soul makes every effort to mitigate what might be a difficult journey on the broken sidewalk. It’s not the VW Golf, but the quality of the trip is better than it could have been, and the proof that a good kick with a lot of space does not need to kill all the joy of the economical car.
Price and Release Date
It is expected that 2019 Kia Forte will begin arriving at dealerships in September. The official price will start at $ 18,585, including the destination of the Forte FE with manual transmission. By opting for the automatic, we add $ 900 for an MSRP of $ 19,485. Compared to last year, prices increase up to $ 890, depending on the remuneration. At the top of the line, the Forte EX sedan costs $ 22,885.