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Tech and luxury package, white with black nappa. Love the car, but the dealerships in Austin have been awful to deal with. Previously drove a g35 and the infinity dealer was a light years better experience. Only seen one other cadenza on the road near Austin in 5 months! People look at my car confused in a good way.

Questions- are there any spoilers available on the 2014 model?

Are the fog led lights easy to swap out?

I see the newer k badges are available but what about wheel caps for the 19 inch wheels?
 

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Welcome to the Cadenza Forum and congrats on getting your ride.

Are you referring to the roof spoiler or the trunk spoiler? We can order them both for you.

Yes the LED fog light bulbs shown below are very easy to install and can be done in about 10 minutes or less.

K5 Optima Store - New CREE LED Fog Light Bulbs 1 (PAIR) (Both 20 watt & 80 watt CREE)

The 3.0 K emblems are available for all trims of the Cadenza including all OEM wheels.

For more information, please send us an email anytime.

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David
 

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Tech and luxury package, white with black nappa. Love the car, but the dealerships in Austin have been awful to deal with. Previously drove a g35 and the infinity dealer was a light years better experience. Only seen one other cadenza on the road near Austin in 5 months! People look at my car confused in a good way.
Good to hear of another Austin Cadenza! I got mine from Round Rock KIA because Capital KIA thru some astronomical price at me.
I saw a K900 tonight while at Parmer and I-35 frontage road. That made me stare!
 

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I've been taking mine for service at southpoint kia (south Austin). Avoid them by all means. Haven't seen any k900's yet.
 

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Yep.. If KIA had a better service department this car experience would be light years better. I know in the future the service experience will be more important to me than the actual features in the car. Especially with so many manufacturers making much of this technology affordable.

Coming from a long line of luxury vehicles, pulling up to a Ford, Hyundai, Kia dealership for service is the equivalent of getting tea bagged and asked if you would like an extra sack on your way out.
 
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