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Default Is A 2015 Kia K900 Sedan For Under $20,000 Still Fit For A King?

If it's good enough for the king of Akron himself, LeBron James, the Kia K900 might be good enough for you as well, with this 2015 model being the absolute cheapest we could find on eBay.

Priced at just $19,995, it's got 113,500 miles (182,660 km) on the clock, yet the dealer that's trying to find it a new home says that this K900 is immaculate, both inside and out.

Aside from being the cheapest used K900 on eBay Motors, it's also got the most miles on the clock (by far), which is why it costs around $6,000 less than most 2015 models.

Inside, it's got power seats (12-way power driver's seat with lumbar support and 8-way power front passenger seat), a heads up display, sat-nav, a rear backup camera, dual-zone climate control, panoramic moonroof, cruise control, keyless entry, piano black inserts, genuine wood trim and plenty more.

It doesn't come with all the active safety tech you'd expect from a modern-day luxury saloon, but you still get lane departure warning, a blind spot sensor, front camera and all the airbags you need, including seat-mounted side airbags.

Now, if you're serious about getting a used K900 but you want one with very few miles on the clock, you'll need to spend north of $26,000, which in retrospect may not be that bad for such a spacious and comfortable car.

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