2017 Kia Forte Quick Drive | Consumer Reports

Updated for 2017 with a new base engine, the Kia Forte has more luxury features than expected for a compact sedan. Despite a mundane driving experience, the Forte is well-rounded and easy to live with.

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19 thoughts on “2017 Kia Forte Quick Drive | Consumer Reports

  1. Seems like a nice car, a good car, and a good value. One big problem for me though. I DON'T WANT MONOTONE BLACK INTERIOR. It's drab, depressing, and way too hot here in Florida.

  2. they still used GDI??? the new Optima moved away from that junk engine and went to port and direct injection to prevent the carbon issue causing pinging

  3. Of all the compacts, (sedans and hatchbacks)The Kia Forte and the Subaru Impreza are the two most underrated of the group. Even it's corporate cousin (Hyundai Elantra) get's more attention and they are mechanically the same car. It belongs in the conversation of best compacts along with the Mazda 3, Honda Civic, Hyundai Elantra (it's corporate twin), Volkswagen Jetta. The new look Subaru Impreza will surprise some people.

  4. It seems like in every video you mention that every car should come standard with forward collision warning and emergency breaking. Chill guys it'll happen sooner or later. 

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