2023 Kia Forte

$19,490 – $24,890
Plus Taxes, Licensing, & Admin Fees

Fuel Efficiency Rating

  • City: 29
  • Highway: 40

Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle condition.

Vehicle Description

With powerful engine options, technology innovations, exceptional fuel economy, and sleek styling, Forte breaks the rules so you can rule the road.

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    Trim Levels (Exterior)

    Five trim levels are available for the 2023 Kia Forte: the LX, LXS, GT-Line, GT, and GT manual. The Forte LX, LXS, and GT-Line trim options offer projector beam headlights and all other trims have LED Headlights w/ Auto-Leveling. The LXS comes with 16” Alloy wheels while the GT-Line comes with 17” Alloy Wheels.

    Engine Power

    Forte GT’s standard 7-speed Dual-Clutch Automatic Transmission (DCT) allows the turbocharged engine’s powerband to be controlled via the steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Or opt for three-pedal driving with the available 6-Speed Manual Transmission.  The heart of the Forte GT is a 201 horsepower turbocharged engine, which provides 195 lb.-ft. of torque and features a Sport-Tuned Dual Exhaust system.


    • 2.0L 4-Cylinder Engine w/ 147 HP
    • 27/37/31 EPA-Estimated MPG (City/Highway/Combined)
    • 6-Speed Manual Transmission (M/T)
    • Cruise Control w/ Steering Wheel Controls
    • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Hands-Free Connectivity


    The spacious cabin has an intuitive layout, with everything where you need it. There’s also ample rear legroom and headroom, as well as generous cargo space.  Available heated and ventilated front seats offer variable heat settings and or fan speeds to help enhance comfort for both the driver and front passenger.

    Safety Features

    Designed to help mitigate or even help avoid an accident, the standard Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist system can help apply the brakes in certain situations to help prevent some imminent frontal collisions.  Standard on all Forte trims, a Lane Keeping Assist system can apply a slight steering correction in certain circumstances to help bring the vehicle back into the lane. Lane Departure Warning (LDW) can also help alert drivers who may be drifting outside of their indicated lane markings.  
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