Kia Optima

The Kia Optima Brings More to the Duluth, GA Roads Than the Competition

Finding an invigorating drive loaded with great features shouldn't cost Duluth drivers an arm and a leg. Enter, the Kia Optima. Offering plenty of space and standard features, the affordable Optima offers more than the competition on the Atlanta, Johns Creek, Lawrenceville, and Norcross roads. Find out more as we compare the Optima to the Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima.

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Kia Optima vs. Toyota Camry

  • The $22,500 starting price of the Optima is almost $1,000 more affordable than the Camry's starting price. If you opt for the top model, the Optima SX is almost $4,500 more affordable than the comparable model of the Camry.
  • The Optima boasts more total passenger volume than the Camry. This includes more front row head, leg, shoulder and hip room, and more second row shoulder and hip room.
  • You'll also find almost a cubic foot of extra trunk space in the Optima.
  • A power driver seat with lumbar support comes standard on the Optima. The Camry will make you pay more than $500 extra for these features.
  • Heated mirrors with integrated turn signals also come standard on the Optima, but will cost almost $5,000 on the Camry.
  • Remote engine start is offered on the base model of the Optima. You won't need to pay extra for this technology in the Camry, because it's not offered at all.

Kia Optima vs. Nissan Altima

  • The Optima starts at $22,500, which is $400 less than the Altima's starting price. At the top trim levels, the Optima SX is almost $2,500 less than the Altima's comparable trim.
  • Power comes standard in the Optima with 185 standard horsepower and 178 pound-feet of standard torque. The Altima's 179 standard horsepower and 177 pound-feet of standard torque falls short.
  • There's more total passenger volume in the Optima, and your passengers will love the extra leg, shoulder and hip room in the front row, and the extra head and hip room in the second row.
  • The Optima also offers more trunk space than the Altima.
  • The Optima offers a standard power driver seat with lumbar support, but the Altima will make you pay more than $1,500 extra.
  • Heated mirrors with integrated turn signals are also standard features on the Optima. You'll need to pay almost $3,000 extra for this feature to just be an option in the Altima.

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