Kia has released the price of its most recent Optima SUV.
The company says the car’s range will reach 20,000 miles on the highway, and the price drops from $20.2 million to $19,999.
The price drops come on the heels of a similar change on the same model last year.
The Kia is the cheapest Kia model to hit 20,0000 miles, and it will hit the same milestone again this year.
It’s also the first car to hit that mark since the Kia K20 Concept was released in November, and was sold exclusively at Kia dealerships.
Kia says the Optima will be available for purchase in November for $22,990.
The automaker also says that the SUV will be able to take on other types of traffic such as emergency vehicles, ATVs, trucks and trailers.
The Optima is Kia’s first plug-in hybrid vehicle, and comes with a range of options.
It comes with seven different powertrains, including a plug-and-play 6.2-liter V-6 that can get up to 260 miles per charge, a plug that powers a six-speed automatic transmission, and a manual transmission that can make 270 miles per gallon.
KIA also says the SUV can be equipped with the Kiosk Assist, a safety feature that lets drivers steer the car in emergency situations.
Kias vehicles have been available in the US since the mid-1990s.
Kiesha was launched in late 2014, and its first model was the Kiasat, which sold in late 2017.
Kiosks were also introduced in the U.S. in late 2016, and were also available in Europe.