If you have fancied driving around in a hybrid such as the Honda Accord, but you haven’t fancied the price tag of the Accord there is a cheaper alternative and this is the 2017 Kia Optima.

The Kia Optima hybrid is soon going to be arriving in dealers. The price tag is the same as the vehicle from last year, but then when you begin to add in the options it’s a different story. The cheapest version of the Optima hybrid is $26, 845 and this includes the $850 destination charge.

This is the price tag for the Kia Optima Hybrid premium and there is only one package option for the model. This is the $1, 795 Convenience package which comes with 12 way power driver’s seat with memory, blind spot monitors, rear parking assistance, rear cross traffic alert, laminated front door windows and additional USB ports.

The Kia Optima Hybrid is offered with a choice of two colors, if you want white and black shades this is going to cost an additional $395. The top of the range comes in at $31, 840 without options, this comes in at $1,000 less than the year before.

The Kia Optima Hybrid does undercut the Honda Accord Hybrid by a large amount, it starts at $29, 605 and it comes in at a bit more than what you could get the Ford Fusion Hybrid for at $26, 060.

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