We are 106,000+ car owners sharing real-world car information.

Join Us

Kia Stinger Most Common Problems

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10  
Chart is based on 14 vehicles in TrueDelta's reliability survey.
These are the problems owners most commonly reported on TrueDelta's Car Reliability Survey. For many models not all entries have been coded yet, so focus on the relative numbers rather than the absolute numbers. Usually when people say "they all have this problem," the problem in question actually affects between 10 percent and 20 percent of all cars. We aren't counting wear items like brake pads and rotors that truly do require periodic replacement on all cars.

TrueDelta Reviews the Materials And Workmanship of the 2019 Kia Stinger

2019 Kia Stinger Materials And Workmanship: Cons
2018 The Kia Stinger doesn't look or feel cheap inside. Analog dial instruments and round air vents lend the interior an appealing faintly retro vibe. I don't know what inspired the distinctive shifter, but I like it as well. Yet there's not denying that the Audi S5 Sportback's interior looks and feels considerably more upscale and sophisticated, doing much to justify the car's higher price. The German car's plastic seems less plasticky, and its every seam screams precision. On top of these standard amenities the tested car had the optional LCD instrumentation and optional carbon fiber trim, both decidedly fancier than the Kia's kit. I could forgive the above differences as a matter of personal taste. Not everyone wants sophisticated and fancy. Less forgiveable: even over fairly smooth roads I often heard faint itching noises from the Kia's door seals. I heard the same in the related Genesis G80. I don't know what causes these noises. An insufficiently rigid body structure? The hinge or latch design? The composition of the seals? Proper lubrication might eliminate them. full 2018 Kia Stinger review
Website Security Test