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Kia Stinger 3.3 GT 2021 Radio Review

2021 Stinger PE GT front 3/4 driving

Kia updated their Stinger in December 2020 with safety and convenience features.

The main improvements over some subtle evolutionary style changes are the new 10.25 inch infotainment system with Bluetooth multi connectivity, improved safety features including cyclist detection and the in dash blind spot cameras that appear when the indicators are activated.

In line with the new bi-modal exhaust and increased power output the GT model will feature noticeably larger quad exhaust tips.

Stinger is powered by a 3.3L twin turbo V6 that produces 274 kW of power and 510 Nm of torque. Nothing has changed with the exhilaration the Stinger provides with 0-100kmh times of 4.9 seconds and a top speed of 270kmh.

However it’s the everyday driving that makes the Stinger so brilliant, it will happily potter along at 50kmh around town, yet find a twisty road or the freeway and it will lift its skirt and sprint away.

Stinger 3.3GT is priced from around $63,270 plus the usual costs and remains a stylish executive sports lift back that fills a niche in demand left by the departure of the sports Commodore and Falcon.

Im Rob Fraser

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*MLP – Manufacturers List Price includes GST and LCT but excluding statutory charges, dealer costs and dealer delivery. See your dealer for RDAP. Does not include price of any options.

Overall Rating    91/100


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