The Kia Sephia provides a smart-looking sedan based on the Mazda Familiar design. It does not have a particularly distinct look, but it does blend in nicely in terms of appearance. A rear spoiler remains available as an optional feature on the Sephia LS. Alloy wheels provide an optional feature on the 1995 Kia Sephia GS.
Unusual for a passenger sedan, the 1995 Kia Sephia has almost no standard features. The higher-priced Sephia GS includes an AM/FM radio, a cassette player, and an anti-theft system as standard equipment. Air-conditioning, an AM/FM radio, and a cassette player remain optional features on the Sephia LS and Sephira RS. The Sephia RS offers cruise control, air-conditioning, and a premium audio system as optional features.
The 1995 Kia Sephia provides a bargain-priced vehicle based on the Mazda Familiar. The Sephia makes a solid budget vehicle for commuting to work or other daily driving. The low price and high fuel economy make it one of the cheapest vehicles to purchase and operate.
The performance and handling of the Kia Sephia seem mediocre across the board. However, due to the low price of the 1995 Kia Sephia, it holds its own fairly well compared to its direct competitors. Higher-priced sedans generally outperform the Sephia. However, poor performance remains fairly common in this price range. The Sephia proves adequate for day-to-day driving, but little else.
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