2017 Kia Sorento: An all-around SUV for a life that can be all over the map

If you’re looking for a decent midsized SUV that’s powerful, reliable, pretty and functional, a car to consider is the 2017 Kia Sorento.  Across the internet, the 2017 Sorento gets high marks (if not necessarily applause) for its ability to…

The 2017 Kia Sportage is a cheeky crossover

Ed. note: Kia is the only automaker doing business in the U.S. that hasn’t yet made it onto Gaywheels’ gay-friendly list. Its sibling, Hyundai, recently made the switch, and we’ve been told that Kia is doing the same, but we’re…

2016 Kia Optima: Built for average-sized people with above-average tastes

Editor’s note: Kia does not offer protections or benefits to all of its LGBT employees. This won’t sound great, but here goes: If you’re not a fat ass like me and really know your way around a salad bar, the…

2016 Kia Sedona Is The Prettiest Minivan On The Road (Too Bad It’s Not LGBT-Friendly)

Ed. note: Kia and its sibling, Hyundai, are the only two mass-market automakers doing business in the U.S. that haven’t yet made our LGBT-friendly list. That may not be your only consideration when buying a new car, but we hope it’s one of…

We Let The Dog (And Human) Decide: 2015 Mazda3s Vs. 2015 Honda Civic Si Vs. 2015 Kia Forte Koup SX

In the following comparison test for the very first time we are going to attempt to please the wants and needs of both human owner and canine backseat companion. Since James and his dog Roxy rarely agree on which direction…

We Let The Dog Decide: 2015 Kia Sorento Vs. 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander

Ed. note: Kia is one of only two automakers — the other being its sister, Hyundai — that don’t offer workplace protections to LGBT employees. * * * * *  Just like some bitchy and usually quite thin humans, some dogs just…

Detroit Brings The Heat To 2014: A Recap Of The North American International Auto Show

The North American International Auto Show began with the Chevy Silverado and Corvette winning North American Car and Truck of the year, then heated up through unveilings of cars as diverse as the next Honda Fit, Hyundai Genesis, Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept, Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, and these noteworthy rides:

Is The 2014 Kia Soul Really Worthy Of All The Applause, Applause, Applause?

Ed. note: Kia is not an LGBT-friendly automaker. For a list of those that are, take a look at our long, long list of gay-friendly car companies. * * * * * Now, since Gaywheels.com is in fact a LBGT…

Cool Cars Blow Into The 2013 Chicago Auto Show

Los Angeles and Detroit are two of the largest auto shows in North America, but automakers often save some big news for Chicago. From a new little diesel to a Superman sedan, big man van, and Texas-sized truck, there was a lot to see at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show, which wrapped up last week. Here are some of the highlights:

2013 Kia Sportage Is A Good ‘Starter’ SUV

You love and are attracted to the butch look, but you really don’t want to get your hands dirty. You love having a strong vehicle that can really take on rough roads and odd rocks, but you don’t want the ride to spill your caramel macchiato. And you’d love to be able to stand around in circle of men and show them something that will really impress, yet you still want to have enough money to pay your cell phone bill.