Kia Stinger Pricing and Specs
Three grades are available with each engine – 200S, 200Si and GT-Line for the inline four, and 330S, 330Si and GT for the V6 – with both mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission that sends drive to the rear wheels.
Standard equipment includes 18-inch wheels, automatic headlights, rear parking sensors, reversing camera, keyless entry, push-button start, dual-zone climate control and artificial leather upholstery, as well as a 7.0-inch multimedia system with satellite navigation, digital radio and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone mirroring.
Front parking sensors, automatic wipers, sports seats, an 8.0-inch multimedia system, autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane-keep assist are added to mid-tier grades, while the top-spec Stingers gain adaptive suspension, a surround-view monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, LED headlights, wireless phone charger, head-up display, and heated and cooled front seats.
Aside from the engine, the V6-powered Stingers can be distinguished by a black and chrome grille, gloss-black front and rear bumper highlights, and dark-chrome mirror caps, as well as scoring a limited-slip differential, variable-ratio steering rack and larger Brembo brakes.
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Kia Stinger FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Kia Stinger here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Is the Kia Stinger rear wheel drive?
Yes, the Kia Stinger is rear-wheel-drive.Show more
How many Kia Stingers have been sold?
Estimates place the number of Kia Stingers sold in Australia to be between 1800 and 2000 units since the model's late 2017 introduction. In the USA Kia has sold over 10,000 Stingers to April 2018.Show more
Where is the Kia Stinger made?
Kia’s Stinger is made in Kaliningrad (Russia), and Gwangmyeong in South Korea.Show more