How to find a car you can afford

You can buy a new car from a dealer for less than $10,000, but if you’re going to be living at home with your parents for the next year or two, you might want to consider the $20,000 Kia Optima, which was introduced in the U.S. last year.

The Optima is a small car with a big cabin, but its interior is clean and spacious.

The Kia’s interior has more space than the average SUV, but it’s still far less spacious than most luxury cars.

In fact, the Kia optima’s interior is only about 15% larger than the standard SUV, according to the company.

The interior is so spacious, in fact, that even the cheapest Kia could be quite comfortable in a tight space.

In the car, you can even customize the seats to suit your needs.

The optional rear-view camera gives the Optima the ability to pull up to 60 mph in a fraction of a second, but the Kias lack of side-curtain windows can make it hard to see what’s behind you in a parking lot.

Weighing just under 3,400 pounds, the Optimas top speed is around 65 mph, but weighing about 1,400 lbs.

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The vehicle is available in four trim levels: Premium, Basic, Executive and Touring.

The Premium trim is priced at $23,950.

It comes with a standard 16-inch alloy wheelset, and a five-speed manual transmission.

The basic package, however, is a little more expensive, at $24,200.

It features a six-speed automatic transmission, which is more powerful than the regular manual transmission, and comes with front and rear parking sensors.

The standard equipment package comes with the same front-seat and luggage compartments as the standard sedan, with more space in the trunk and more legroom in the front seats.

The Basic package starts at $22,200 and comes standard with leather upholstery, Bluetooth wireless audio streaming, a heated steering wheel and power windows.

The executive package starts with the base model for $28,000 and includes a 16-incher, leather uphed seats, heated steering wheels, heated seats and power front seats with headrests.

It includes power windows, heated rear seats and an audio system with iPod docking station.

The touring package starts from $28.200 and includes an 18-inch aluminum wheelset.

The luxury package starts around $32,200 with all-wheel drive, a 17-inch touchscreen and a six speed manual transmission with heated steering.

The Sport package starts off at $35,200, which includes the same standard equipment and features as the basic package but includes a five speed automatic transmission and heated steering, heated front seats and a heated dashboard.

The Executive package starts out at $45,400 and features a 20-inch LCD touchscreen and an 18.5-inch OLED touchscreen.

Both the premium and executive packages come with a Powertrain Package.

The Powertrain package is available only on the Kiosk and is designed to help you get the most out of your car.

This includes a $8,000 paint scheme, leather seats, power steering, power sunroof and power moonroof, an automatic transmission with a manual transmission option, a steering wheel vacuum, power windows and heated front and back seats, leather dashboard, heated power steering and power sunshades.

The driver’s and passenger’s packages are available only for the Kiah and Kia.

They include a $6,000 optional leather uphing, heated and ventilated seats, a power steering wheel, power front and side mirrors and heated headrest.

The drivers and passengers are also available in the luxury package, which starts at about $30,000.

The base Kia offers all of the features of the standard driver’s package plus a $3,400 price tag.

The Luxury Kia also comes with an optional $5,000 Powertrain Upgrade.

The new Powertrain upgrade is a combination of a new front fender package, a new rear bumper and new front and front side mirrors.

The package includes a full headrest, a headlamp and headlamps with dual-beam headlenses, a rear air dam, a ventilated roof and a roof rack.

It also includes a heated front fascia and a ventilating roof, which help improve air quality and visibility.

It’s also designed to reduce the risk of rear-end collisions by improving traction and handling, and is also available with the rear seat folded down, a sunroofthed steering wheel with power and brake disc-brakes, power folding mirrors, heated seatbelts, power mirrors and a Power Liftgate.

The extra seats and heated seats are also included in the premium package, priced at about double the price of the base package.

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