The South Korean based automaker Kia has released a series of updates for the 2015 Cadenza, which will go on sale probably in the next few weeks.
The 2015 Kia Cadenza has been recently upgraded for the new model year, as the company has just announced, but even so, don’t expect major changes because it’s not a facelift and it has been updated in order to attract more customers into its Premium and Limited trim levels.
“The 2015 Cadenza premium sedan continues to redefine the Kia brand with a number of enhancements designed to offer more luxury, technology and convenience for the new model year”, says the carmaker in its official press release.
Kia says that the 2015 Cadenza is coming with standard features such as the power adjustable 12-way driver’s seat, the 8-way passenger seat, the radar-based Advanced Smart Cruise Control System1, Blind Spot Detection1, Lane Departure Warning System1 and Rear Cross Traffic Alert1, for the Technology package, electronic parking brake and several other features available optionally, such as the Surround View Monitor1, the Flex Steer, LED lighting elements, additional chrome trim pieces, new analogue clock and more. No performance modifications have been announced yet and no pricing details have been made public.