So, you're in search of a vehicle for your commute that's both fun and practical. Both the Kia Optima and the Honda Accord offer this, and at Fred Beans Kia of Langhorne, we want to provide you with information on how these cars differ.

Keep on reading to learn what these sedans can provide for Langhorne, Philadelphia, and Levittown drivers.

Optima vs Accord Interior Comfort Features

At the heart of any midsize sedan is a comfortable interior that provides you with everything you need to make your commute relaxing. For the Optima and the Accord, we have features such as the dual-zone automatic temperature control system. This system helps to maintain a set temperature inside the cabin, so you don't have to change the fan speed yourself.

With the 2020 Kia Optima though, we have a few extra interior features that enhance the cabin even further. Chief among these is the standard Solar Control Glass. This feature helps to keep your cabin cool by using windows designed to keep solar heat from warming the cabin. The result is a consistently comfortable interior that feels excellent when driving in the summer.

Exterior Convenience Features

Having features that provide you with convenience on the outside of the car are important, too, and for the Optima and Accord, you'll have plenty of features to work with. Both of these cars offer LED fog lights that help you to see while driving through thick fog, especially at night.

Drivers who use the Kia Optima will also be treated to available features such as the Smart Welcome System. In order to provide you with extra visibility and add a bit of personality to your Kia car, the Smart Welcome System detects your key and turns on your door pocket lights as you approach. This is great for when it's dark and you're having trouble finding your Kia car, or you just can't see the handle.

You'll also have access to an available Smart Trunk™ in the Optima, allowing you to open the trunk when your hands are full. Simply approach the trunk with your keys and stand for a few seconds. Your trunk will then open on its own, allowing you to load it without having to drop what you're holding.

2020 Kia Optima vs Honda Accord: Extensive Safety Capabilities

Inside both of these sedans, we have available cruise control systems. This helps you keep up with traffic by maintaining a distance between you and the car ahead of you. You won't have to deal with much driver fatigue in either of these cars during long road trips.

Of course, if you do become tired, the Kia Optima is here to keep you safe with its standard Driver Attention Warning (DAW). Using this system, your sedan is able to keep track of your driving style so it can tell when you're swerving. If the system determines you're driving inattentively, it will provide you with a warning urging you to take a break.

Kia Optima vs Honda Accord: Verdict

While both the Kia Optima and Honda Accord are designed with advanced technology, the Optima is much more convenient for daily drivers. This Kia vehicle is equipped with features that make driving comfortable when you're on your way to work.

If you're a driver in the Langhorne, Philadelphia, and Levittown areas, you'll find plenty of Kia Optima models at Fred Beans Kia of Langhorne. Are you interested in learning more about this sedan? Schedule a test drive with us online or over the phone today.

Contact

Fred Beans Kia of Langhorne

1801 E. Lincoln Highway
Directions Langhorne, PA 19047

  • Sales: 8553980404
  • Service: 267-587-0556
  • Parts: 215-945-2414

Contact

Fred Beans Kia of Langhorne

1801 E. Lincoln Highway
Directions Langhorne, PA 19047

  • Sales: 8553980404
  • Service: 267-587-0556
  • Parts: 215-945-2414

Hours

  • Monday 09:00AM - 08:00PM
  • Tuesday 09:00AM - 08:00PM
  • Wednesday 09:00AM - 08:00PM
  • Thursday 09:00AM - 08:00PM
  • Friday 09:00AM - 08:00PM
  • Saturday 09:00AM - 05:00PM
  • Sunday Closed