My wife bought a Kia Sorento a few years ago after her Acura MDX collided with a deer. (It was the deer's fault!) I was in the market for a new car because my 2006 Buick Rendezvous was getting high in mileage and stuff. I went to the Kia dealership in the town I work and looked at Optimas. I didn't want red or black paint and a couple of other things. The salesman pointed out the car I ended up buying to me, but I told him I wasn't interested in a car that had 1500 miles on it. Even though it was driven by the sales manager. I got a text from the salesman the next day asking if I had spoken to my wife about the car. I told him that I was gonna keep looking. I went onto Kia.com and "built" the car I was looking for, and texted him the spec sheet. Well, the car I was looking for was the car I didn't want to look at the day before because it had 1500 miles on it! That was an error on my part. I went after work and drove it. I immediately fell in love with the car. The dealership gave me a great price and even threw in remote start and a cargo mat for free. I figured that was the least they could do since I was driving a "used" car. Drove it to the beach this weekend and got almost 36 mpg.
2018 Kia Optima Sport (Horizon Blue)
Black cloth with leatherette bolsters