2015 Kia Forte and Forte Koup impress Wisconsin drivers with standard tech features

Palmen Kia of Kenosha, Wis., offers affordable models that are also well-equipped

KENOSHA, Wis., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It seems that gone are the days when economy cars, or as they were once lovingly called, "Econoboxes" could get away with offering virtually no comfort, convenience, or entertainment features. While inexpensive cars used to be regularly found to have scratchy seats, no air conditioning, and windows you had to crank in circles in order to open or close. The idea back then was that to keep the cost of a new car down, one would need to sacrifice comfort sometimes to an extreme.

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As vehicle technology has taken off, and to a very large extend in recent years with new and exciting developments arising it seems all the time, what comes on a standard model, even those that fall easily into the "economy" category, would blow those Econobox drivers of yesteryear away. Take, for example, the 2015 Kia Forte and 2015 Kia Forte Koup in Kenosha WI that have just arrived at area dealership Palmen Kia. Even the base model of both of these comes with Bluetooth compatibility, a USB/auxiliary input for your smartphone or mp3 player, woven cloth seat trim, and of course air conditioning.

Palmen Kia is pleased to sell these models because it's easy to impress customers with all of the modern features that come standard. On a car that's priced well below $20,000 even on the sportier Koup model, these features come as a happy surprise to Palmen shoppers.

Anyone who would like to learn more about these models is welcome to call Palmen Kia's sales department at 888-694-7971 or visit the dealership's comprehensive website at www.palmenkia.com.

Media Contact: Jack Borrisenkov, Palmen Kia, 888-694-7971, jackb@palmen.com

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