It's no secret that Kia will be replacing the unloved (and long-gone) Amanti sedan that once served as the company's flagship here in the U.S.
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It isn't often we see cars here that were never meant to drive on our shores.
If ever you thought to yourself Kia was the perpetual second fiddle to fellow Korean automaker Hyundai, now might be time to reconsider that.
Although it debuted as a 2009 model, Kia is already well on the way to get its next-generation Forte on the road.