Price & Specs of Kia Stinger Meister Released

by Aug 26, 2020All News, GT, Kia, Slider, South Korea0 comments

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Price and specification of Kia Motors Stinger’s facelift model for South Korea (known as Stinger Meister there) was revealed before the launch which is set for tomorrow (read more). The Stinger Meister, which will be officially released on the 27th, is finally available with a choice of two gasoline engines while the diesel is discontinued.

The two gasoline engines are the all-new Smartstream 2.5 turbo and a revised version of 3.3 Twin-Turbo. Starting price of the all-new Stinger has rised a little bit compared to the price of the 2.0 Turbo (35.24 million won – US$ 29,678). The starting price for the 2.5 Turbo is 38.53 million won (US $32,445) while the cheapest 3.3 Turbo starts at 46.3 million won (US $38,993).

Kia made some changes to make the 3.3 more affordable, leaving out some equipment and offered it through a pack for who is interested on it. The detailed price of the Stinger Meister is:

  • 2.5 Turbo Platinum – 38.53 million won (US $32,445)
  • 2.5 Turbo Masters – 41.97 million won (US $35,346)
  • 3.3 Turbo Masters – 46.30 million won (US $38,993)
    • Turbo Package – 4.46 million won (US $3,756)

The Smartstream 2.5 Turbo is applied as “entry-level” and has a maximum output of 304 hp and a maximum torque of 43.0 kgm, while the revised the 3.3 Twin Turbo now has a maximum output of 373 hp (3 hp extra) and a maximum torque of 52.0 kgm. Looking to what is standard on each trim, the base 2.5 Turbo Platinum includes M-LSD, 18-inch wheels, smart cruise control, front and rear parking system, LED headlamps, leather seats, 10.25-inch navigation, Kia Pay, and 3-zone auto air conditioner.

The 2.5 Turbo Masters adds 19-inch wheels, rear LED sequential turn signals, ambient light, quilted nappa leather seats, front and rear heated seats, wireless charging for smartphones, electric tilt & telescopic steering wheel, and power tailgate.

The 3.3 Turbo Masters has the same equipment as the 2.5 Masters but can add the “Turbo package” that costs 4.46 million won (US $3,756) and includes an electronic variable exhaust valve, electronic control suspension, red caliper Brembo brakes, head-up display, 360 degrees surround view, and Lexicon audio.

Written by Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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