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post #1 of 11 Old 08-20-2012, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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Default KIA Quoris vs BMW 5 Series / 7 series

Which do you prefer?


To be honest I'm not sure if the new design is what I like.

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I never liked the 7 series. Its way too big of a car for my liking. I prefer the mid sized sedan type better. The 5 series just does it for me not too big but sleek.



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love BMW design's but they could of done a better job with the current models, they only got a slight facelift which killed it's once sharp lines. They look more curvy and bulky now.
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The K9/Quoris design is pretty darn similar to the new BMW facelift. So in terms of styling it's hard to love one and hate the other. They are both nice. The better question is which is the better car.
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it will come down to pricing, with Kia your getting all the looks and everything for a cheaper price. BMW....you need to have a fat wallet.
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I'd say with the KIA you might get more features for your price but the handling and drivetrain might give the BMW the advantage.
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Since KIA has got styling in this year, i'd say the next thing is to spend more time on suspension and handling and then they would have everything down to the T.



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it'll come down to be able to pricing, with Kia your current getting all the appears along with almost everything to get a less costly cost. BMW.... you'll want some sort of excess fat budget.
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I would prefer a 5 series or 7 series but im here for a reason, that being the cost of ownership on those cars are beyond what i'm willing to pay, Kia is great for people like me who want all the luxury but don't want the really high cost of ownership.

BMW prices are scary and beyond what they should be.
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