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An automaker capable of providing some pleasant surprises to the United States vehicle market, Kia pushes technology and design in their most significant product updates for 2017. Shaped as a crossover utility wagon, the Niro represents itself as an affordable hybrid and the first dedicated hybrid model produced by Kia Motors. The 2017 Kia Niro targeted to provide a combined fuel economy of 50 miles per gallon from the combination of a 145-horsepower gasoline engine and a 43-horsepower electric motor. Kia's small crossover, the Sportage, gains an extra level of pizzazz for 2017. The fourth generation iteration of the Kia Sportage employs a sleeker shape, improved suspension as well as updates electronic safety and comfort technologies. A second generation version of the Cadenza redefines expectations for the upscale sedan from Kia. The 2017 Cadenza's sharp new design incorporates a considerable amount of engineering making the vehicle lighter but stronger. Behind the wheel of the 2017 Kia Cadenza, drivers will be offered an array of driver assist features including the automaker's first application of Smart Blind Spot Detection. A larger 2.0-liter displacement engine has been added to the base 2017 Forte. For 2017, a majority of Kia products are now offered with enhanced safety thanks to available advanced driver assistance equipment added to many models including the Forte and Sedona.