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2020 Kia K900 Performance Review

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Performance: 7.8

The 2020 Kia K900 has a powerful engine, a relaxed ride, and a smooth-shifting transmission. However, fuel economy is a little below average for the class, and it doesn't feel particularly sporty.

  • "In every-day driving, this full-size sedan exhibits the poised composure valued by buyers of luxury cars." -- Car and Driver
  • "Despite the lack of a V8, there's no shortage of thrust on tap. The turbocharged V6 is a highlight of the K900, with a broad torque curve that punts the big sedan around with authority. … The engine is smooth, responsive and willing, even if it's more vocal than we'd expect for a car in this class. Meanwhile, the all-wheel-drive system puts power down well, clawing forward without drama." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "The K900 moves forward with a dignified authority, the driver not having to wait for turbo boost to arrive. … It feels like a strong naturally aspirated engine, which reminds us of the previous model’s V8, which was considerably heavier and thirstier than the twin-turbo V6." -- Kelley Blue Book (2019)

Acceleration and Power

The 2020 K900 comes with a 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that produces 365 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard.

The K900 has swift and strong acceleration, aided by sharp shifts from the transmission. Critics note that the engine is refined and quiet, but putting the transmission in manual mode results in slightly delayed shifts.

The 2020 K900 gets an EPA-estimated 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. Those estimates are slightly below average for a luxury large car.

  • "There's plenty of power for passing and cruising. Around town, the eight-speed automatic feels nice and unobtrusive. The K900's exhaust note is quieter than the Stinger's, even when the car is in sport mode." -- CNET (2019)
  • "The standard eight-speed automatic transmission is quick and smooth, silently working in the background; it even has a rev-matching function on downshifts, adding an extra layer of powertrain refinement. Other than in Eco mode, throttle response is immediate; the gearbox willingly drops a few gears to get you back to the meat of the powerband." -- Motor Trend (2019)
  • "It's very quiet and refined, and you only hear the low growling intake noise when you really hit the throttle. That power is made smoother by the 8-speed automatic, an in-house unit, that provides slick shifts, though [it] is a bit sluggish when commanded to make one manually." -- Autoblog (2019)

Handling and Braking

The all-wheel-drive Kia K900 has well-controlled body motions around turns and a plush, comfortable ride. However, there's little feedback from the road, and steering effort ranges from light to heavy, depending on the drive mode selected.

  • "With all of this in mind, you'd expect the K900 to be soft and wallowy going down the road, a classic luxury cruiser. And it certainly does deliver a cushy ride in normal modes. All variety of road imperfections are slurped up by the shocks, and thankfully, they do so without rocking and rolling the occupants for the next several hundred feet." -- Autoblog (2019)
  • "The sedan moves cohesively through bends and body roll is kept at bay. The steering is geared appropriately and is well-weighted in Comfort mode. At an easy cruise, the steering is accurate, but it becomes increasingly elastic and nonlinear as the pace picks up. Sport mode is needlessly heavy, and the helm is devoid of feel in all modes." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "The result is a full-size sedan that's learned new tricks from its sportier kin without forgetting it's a luxury car. Turn-in is crisp, and body motions are superbly controlled, banishing the floatiness and wallowing that plagued the old K900. Steering is light and accurate but lacks feedback, further emphasizing comfort over sportiness." -- Motor Trend (2019)
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