2011 Kia Optima Awarded Best of 2011 by Cars.com

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Cars.com reviews KIA 2011 Optima and awards a "Best of 2011" achievement

Fisher Kia, the premier Kia dealer in Boulder, announces an opportunity to review the latest lineup of Kia vehicles. As the global economy slowly makes a turnaround, more and more consumers are looking for affordable vehicles that offer them great value. Kia has been offering inexpensive, safe and family friendly vehicles for years, and the 2011 Kia Optima is no exception.

Since its launch in the United States, the 2011 Optima has received a lot of praise for its performance and distinctive style. That is why Cars.com has awarded the 2011 Optima with the “Best of 2011” achievement. The new design and wide range of luxury features was noted by Cars.com editors as part of the reason the Optima received this honor. This sedan will help drive the brand in the future and is a great addition to their lineup.

Cars.com editors tested more than 70 new vehicles that are launching in 2011 before they decided on the winner. Six finalists were narrowed down from the original 70. In order to win the award, the Optima had to beat out heavy competition such as the BMW 5 Series, Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt, and Honda Odyssey. A powerful engine, fuel efficiency, and hybrid version is available in the new 2011 Optima. The midsize sedan also offers some of the best safety features which include six airbags, side impact beams, active headrests, and 3-point seatbelts for all passengers. Consumers that purchased the Optima are rewarded with Kia’s excellent warranty program.

The 2011 Kia Optima is a great example of how a car manufacturer is able to redesign a vehicle that offers Americans with plenty of safety features and luxury at an affordable price. Kia’s extended warranty only sweetens the deal and makes the new Optima an extraordinary vehicle for consumers in search of a sedan. Fisher Kia, the premier Kia dealership in the Boulder area, offers the new line of Kia vehicles, and they are committed to getting Americans in the right Kia car or truck.


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