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- 2018 Micro Blue Kia Stinger GT
- The 2020 Kia Stinger gets a revised trim-level structure, with the 2.0T four-cylinder model now coming in a single trim level called GT-Line.
- GT-Line models look similar to the V-6–powered GT, including different wheels, different front and rear bumpers, and a different grille.
- The 2020 Stinger starts at $34,085 and ranges up to $53,495 for a fully loaded GT2 AWD model.
Kia is making the four-cylinder version of the Stinger look more similar to the V-6–powered GT model for 2020. All Stinger 2.0T models are now designated as GT-Line, meaning they get visual elements from the GT including 18-inch wheels, restyled front and rear bumpers, and a different grille. All 2020 Stinger models add a wireless charging pad for your smartphone and come with a new "Stinger" badge on the rear hatch that replaces the previous "Kia" logo.
The Stinger GT-Line with its 255-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine starts at $34,085, just $100 more than last year's base Stinger. Rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission remain standard, while all-wheel drive is a $2200 option. The GT-Line offers a $2900 Sun & Sound package that adds a sunroof, a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen with navigation, LED headlights, and a Harman/Kardon sound system.
2020 Stinger GT models are mostly unchanged and come in GT, GT1, and GT2 trim levels. A 365-hp twin-turbo 3.3-liter V-6 remains standard across the board. AWD GT models now come standard with 19-inch wheels and Michelin all-season tires; they previously came standard with 19-inch wheels wrapped in summer tires and offered 18-inch wheels with all-season tires as a no-cost option. RWD Stinger GT models now come standard with Michelin Pilot Sport summer tires and 19-inch wheels.