2020 Kia Cadenza Debuts In Chicago With Major Design Changes


The Cadenza had a rough 2019 when sales fell to just 1,630 units (compared to 4,507 units in 2018), but Kia hopes demand will bounce back with the midsize sedan’s refresh. The revised model actually made its debut back in June last year when the K7 was introduced in domestic market South Korea, but it’s only now the Cadenza is getting the revisions in North America.

Entering its fourth model year, the stylish sedan comes with a redesigned front fascia with a new hood and grille. The standard LED headlights benefit from revised daytime running lights, but it’s the taillights that catch all the attention as there’s now a full-width strip on the trunk lid to make the Cadenza look more imposing. The rear bumper has also been subjected to a few changes, and Kia has redesigned the standard 18-inch alloys. At an additional cost, a larger 19-inch set…

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