The Kia Soul, Sorento and Stinger have each claimed U.S. News & World Report Best Cars for the Money awards.
"Kia not only gives buyers plenty of high-quality models to choose from, but the brand also backs them with one of the longest powertrain warranties in the industry," Jamie Page Deaton, executive editor of U.S. News & World Report, said. "In our analysis, that warranty works to significantly reduce estimated five-year ownership costs, making the winning Kia models excellent long-term values."
The Best Compact Car for the Money was awarded to Kia Soul, the Best 3-Row SUV for the Money was claimed by Kia Sorento, and the Best Luxury Car for the Money went to Kia Stinger.
"We're honored that U.S. News once again named the Soul and Sorento winners within their respective categories for the third year in a row," Orth Hedrick, director of Car Planning and Telematicsfor Kia Motors America, said. "In addition to the win for the high-performance Stinger, this is just another piece of evidence that demonstrates our commitment to making world-class vehicles with exceptional value that continues to be unmatched."
The full list of winners is available at cars.usnews.com/cars-money.