Archive for September, 2018

What are the 2019 Kia Soul colors?

Saturday, September 29th, 2018
2019 Kia Soul driving through a forest

Since its creation, the Kia Soul has a remained a standout. It’s all thanks to the model’s dynamic driving experience, sophisticated styling and top crash test scores. Best of all, even the base Soul comes packed with a generous array of premium entertainment and convenience features. (more…)

Sharp new look, premium features for 2019 Kia Forte

Monday, September 17th, 2018
Kia Forte downtown

2019 Kia Forte interior photos

Introducing the all-new 2019 Kia Forte! This sleek sedan has been redesigned with a fresh, sporty new look from the inside to the outside. The Forte draws inspiration from the Kia Stinger, but maintains its own signature look and feel. While it’s very apparent from the outside that the Forte has been redesigned, what does the interior look like? Here are some of the latest photos of the brand-new model. (more…)

Sleek color options, premium features for 2019 Kia Sportage

Saturday, September 8th, 2018
2019 Kia Sportage overlooking a sunset

2019 Kia Sportage color options

If you have your eye on a sophisticated crossover SUV, then you may have the 2019 Kia Sportage on your list. This stunning model boasts sharp styling, nimble handling and a premium interior that comes packed with a generous array of high-tech features. Choose from three trims and two engine options, including a 181-hp, 2.4-liter GDI four-cylinder or a 240-hp, 2.0-liter T-GDI four-cylinder. Car shoppers also have the choice of a variety of beautiful color options, including Snow White Pearl, Sparkling Silver, Mineral Silver, Pacific Blue, Hyper Red, Burnished Copper and Black Cherry. There is also the choice of leather, cloth and other upholstery options for inside the cabin. (more…)

AAP publishes new car seats recommendations

Saturday, September 1st, 2018
Baby in a car seat

New car seat rules for children 2018

On August 30 the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement with a recommendation that children should use a rear-facing car seat for longer. It used to be that parents could transition their child out of a rear-facing seat once the child was at least two years old and was at the minimum weight for a front-facing seat. Now the AAP is recommending that parents and guardians keep children in rear-facing seats until they are at the maximum weight and height for that seat. (more…)