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What Is A Luxury Car? Can A Kia Compete?

Is a luxury car a luxury car because of the logo on the hood? Or because of the interior? Is it because of the way it coddles you? The gadgets it offers? The powerful engine under the hood? How about the quietness of the interior? If you could have all those things but none of the brand and brand experience, would it still be a luxury car? Without doubt the all-new K900 will experience slow sales, but that’s part of what has always attracted me to this quirky rolling oxymoron. Is this another Volkswagen Phaeton? Most definitely. Is that a problem? I don’t think so. Stay tuned for the full review next week!

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