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2014 Kia Cadenza Features & Options

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2014 Kia Cadenza Features & Options


S - 3.3L Gasoline Direct Injected (GDI) V6
S - 293 hp @ 6,400 rpm / 255 lb.-ft. @ 5,200
S - 6-speed automatic transmission with Sportmatic™
S - Steering wheel mounted paddle shifters
S - Front wheel drive
S - Electric power steering
S - Independent front and rear suspension
S - MacPherson strut front suspension
S - Multilink rear suspension
S - Front stabilizer bar
S - 4 wheel disc brakes with ventilated front

S - 18" alloy wheels with P245/45R18 tires
O - 19" alloy wheels with P245/40R19 tires
S - Auto light control
S - Projection front head lamps with LED accent lamps
O - Xenon HID headlamps with Active Front Lighting System (AFLS)
S - Front fog lights
S - Auto rain sensing wipers
S - Body-color outside door handles with smart key access for front doors
S - Body-color power folding outside mirrors (Gull Wing type) with integrated LED turn signals
S - Perimeter approach lighting
S - Illuminated door scuff plates
O - Panoramic sunroof with power shade
S - LED tail lights
S - Integrated dual exhaust with chrome surround
S - Rear LED combination lamps
O - Hydrophobic water repelling front side windows
S - Solar control glass (windshield, doors, back window)

S - 8-inch navigation system with Sirius Traffic™
S - UVO eServices telematics
S - Infinity audio system with 550 watts including 12 speakers with surround sound and subwoofer
S - Bluetooth® wireless technology with audio streaming
S - AM/FM/CD/MP3/SiriusXM™ audio system
S - USB/auxiliary input jacks
0 - 7-inch TFT LCD meter cluster and information display
S - Cruise control
S - Smart Key entry with push button ignition
S - Rear-camera display
S - Back-up warning system
S - Auto-dimming rear view mirror with Homelink®
S - Steering wheel-mounted audio/Bluetooth® wireless technology/cruise-control buttons
O - Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC)
S - Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS)
S - Blind Spot Detection system (BSD)
S - Electronic parking brake with auto hold

S - Dual zone automatic climate control with rear ventilation
S - Leather seat trim with heated front seats
O - Premium Nappa leather seat trim
S - Leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob
S - Power 10-way driver seat with power lumbar
O - Power 12-way driver seat with power lumbar and seat cushion extension
S - 4-way power adjustable passenger seat
O - Driver seat memory
S - Ventilated driver's seat
O - Power rear sunshade
S - Wood grain style trim
S - Tilt and telescoping steering column
O - Power tilt and telescoping steering column
S - Dual illuminated visor vanity mirrors
S - Analogue clock
S - Floor and trunk mats
O - Heated steering wheel

Safety & Security Systems
S - 8 airbags
S - Dual front advanced air bags
S - Full-length side curtain air bags
S - Dual front and rear seat-mounted side air bags
S - Front seat-belt pretensioners
S - Height-adjustable front seat-belt anchors
S - Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
S - Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
S - Traction Control System (TCS)
S - Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
S - Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD)
S - Brake Assist Control (BAS)
S - Hill-start Assist Control (HAC)
S - Tire-Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
S - Side-impact door beams
S - Theft and panic alarms
S - Anti-theft immboilizer
S - Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH)
S - Rear child-safety door locks

S = Standard
O = Optional
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Kia deserves credit for including many really cool things a good number of cars like it don't come with. For example, LED tail lights! I absolutely hate it when new cars don't come with it standard, thankfully we have them and don't need to worry about paying a premium for them or waiting for aftermarket LED tail lights to become available.
I wonder if the UVO telematics will include the Google contents and search-based solutions like Sorento? That would be so cool. The description doesn't really clarify.
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I wonder if the UVO telematics will include the Google contents and search-based solutions like Sorento? That would be so cool. The description doesn't really clarify.
I don't see it either but shouldn't that be something we should at least get in the future. We can always try requesting these be added by talking to Kia, if they see enough of a demand they might do it.
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