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  • Official Kia Canada Stinger Announcement
  • Available with two engine options, a lot of new technology, and a sexy fastback profile, we dive into the details of this impressive performance car. Continue Reading.
  • The Stinger's styling does not disappoint. Apart from the familiar Tiger Nose grille and the letdown of non-functional (ie, ornamental) "hood vents," the five-seater's proportions and surface treatments feel sharp and fresh, purposeful and clean. Continue Reading.
  • The V6-equipped Stinger had no trouble keeping up with the sports cars. We noted the car’s superior road handling, as well as the precision of its steering. Of course, this whole exercise was completed with the Sport driving mode selected. Continue Reading.
  • I am glad to report that the Stinger GT is indeed one of those cars that lives up to the hype. Continue Reading.
  • Using worldwide design resources, including a delay to finesse the chassis by former BMW “M” executive Albert Biermann, the Stinger provides Kia with a world-class challenger to German sport sedans. Continue Reading.
  • The introduction of the 2018 Kia Stinger GT, the brand’s first rear-drive high-performance sedan, is something of a tipping point. It’s one thing to outsell Mazda, Volkswagen and Subaru, something Kia did easily last year on the strength of its value-packed, mostly front-drive small and midsize sedans, hatchbacks and crossover SUVs. But it’s quite another to take on solidly entrenched makers of entry-luxury sport sedans, especially the triple threat of Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz. Continue Reading.
  • Even the Stinger’s name, which shrouds the car in the same majesty as greats such as the Plymouth Fury and the Hillman Imp, hints that something is different about this Kia. Part of that something—a big part of it, actually—is shocking straight-line performance. Continue Reading.
  • The Kia Stinger is a turbocharged rear- or all-wheel drive five-door engineered to compete directly against the Audi A5 Sportback and BMW 4 Series Grand Coupe. Continue reading.
  • Watch this Kia Stinger shred it's tires! Continue reading.
  • The upcoming Stinger is inching closer to making its official debut and new details are suggesting that the sports sedan will be going after the Subaru WRX rather than the Infiniti Q50 Red Sport. Continue reading.
  • The Stinger’s design, fit and finish match its performance on track, too. The exterior is sexy with a sloping roof that opens with a hatch, like the Audi A5, and details include dark chrome accents, LED lights front and rear, a lip spoiler on the back and sharp-looking wheels. While a sunroof will be available, a panoramic glass roof was eschewed to keep the rigidity of the body. Continue reading.
  • Kia invited guests from the global media to this legendary driving course to test drive the Stinger for themselves. Continue reading.
  • The Kia Stinger is a turbocharged rear- or all-wheel drive five-door engineered to compete directly against the Audi A5 Sportback and BMW 4 Series Grand Coupe. Continue reading.
  • The secrets behind the 2018 Kia Stinger design. Continue reading.
  • The Kia Stinger GT a rear-wheel drive four-door packing a brand new 3.3 twin-turbo V6. That engine produces 365 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque, and that, according to Kia is good enough for a 0-62mph sprint in 4.9 seconds. Of course the GT will also be available with all-wheel drive, as well as a 2.0 turbo and a diesel engine in certain markets. Continue reading.
  • With the Stinger and our newest innovations, Kia is looking to cause a stir among global audiences and fans. Continue reading.
  • Seizing the global spotlight upon its world debut, the Stinger GT stunned the world not only with its sensational exterior design, but also its high-performance capabilities. Continue reading.