2018 Kia Niro: A nice little hybrid that uses fuel wisely

A quick look at the Monroney sticker for the 2018 Kia Niro and the number 105 in big black bold letters jumps out at you. That’s the MPGs (miles per gallon) that fueleconomy.gov has determined you can get from this…

The 2018 Kia Rio Hatchback is more than a cutie patootie

Most of the time, car shoppers will spot compact vehicles and typically offer “it’s so cute” comments about them, and then just mosey along. Surprisingly, there is a vehicle that although categorized as small, is big in so many ways….

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2018 Kia Stinger GT is a Porsche Panamera for the working class (too bad it’s not LGBT-friendly)

Editor’s note: Kia is the only major automaker in America that doesn’t offer benefits or protections for its LGBT employees. We encourage you to consider that when making your next car purchase.  Four-door coupes are all the rage among Europe’s…

All-new 2018 Kia Rio is small, quick, sturdy, and stylish (but don’t get our your pocketbook just yet)

Editor’s note: As Sam mentions below, Kia is the only major automaker in the U.S. that has refused to provide workplace protections for its LGBT employees. We encourage you to consider such facts when shopping for a new car.  So…

Last call: 2017 Kia Forte has no wasted space, lotsa high tech

(Remember: Kia offers no workplace protections or benefits to its LGBTQ employees.) Kia has come a long way since landing in America last century to sell the Sephia. Today’s smallish-to-middling Forte is just the latest example of how far the…

2017 Kia Niro: A spitfire that’s a gas (with just a little gas)

Before we start talking about this groovy little hybrid, our gentle readers should know that as of now, Kia still does not have any protections in place for its LGBTQ employees.  Oversight? Possibly. Lack of civil rights and protections are…

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…