The benefits of driving the 2024 Kia K5 include improved fuel efficiency for cost savings and environmental considerations, a powerful and responsive driving experience due to the high torque rating, and quick acceleration for both sporty performance and safe driving maneuvers. If you’re interested in a sporty, well-rounded sedan with punchy performance and the latest amenities, the 2024 Kia K5 is an excellent choice. Visit Matt Castrucci Kia in Dayton, OH, to view our inventory, take a test drive, and find your financing package.
With an estimated fuel economy of up to 37 miles per gallon on the highway, the K5 is designed to be fuel-efficient, providing cost savings for drivers and reducing environmental impact. This higher fuel efficiency also means a longer driving range on a full tank, catering to both daily commuting and long-distance travel needs. Actual fuel ratings will vary by driving technique and environment, so be sure to use engine braking and practice eco-friendly driving.
A notable acceleration time of 5.7 seconds for the 0 to 60 mph sprint underscores this model’s strong acceleration capabilities. Beyond the thrill of quick acceleration, this feature plays a crucial role in safe driving maneuvers, such as merging into traffic or passing slower vehicles on highways. When you need power in your pedal, you can trust the 2024 Kia K5 to deliver.
The K5 stands out with a class-leading torque rating of 311 pound-feet, reflecting robust and powerful performance capabilities. Torque is a measure of the rotational force that the engine can produce. Higher torque not only contributes to responsive acceleration, ideal for overtaking or climbing hills, but also enhances the overall driving dynamics. This feature adds to the driving experience, providing a sense of power and responsiveness. This class-leading rating is achieved with the available 2.5 L turbocharged engine, which produces 290 horsepower and is paired with an 8-speed Dual Clutch Transmission.
The standard engine produces 180 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque.