SEOUL, April 15 (Yonhap) -- Kia Motors Corp. on Monday launched its upgraded flagship K9 sedan in the domestic market to boost sales.
The face-lifted K9 for 2020 comes with additional features to improve convenience, such as an automatic navigation system that regularly updates itself, Kia said in a statement.
The K9 is available in three trim options -- with a 3.8-liter gasoline engine, a 3.3 gasoline turbo engine or a 5.0 gasoline engine. The prices range from 54 million won (US$47,600) to 92 million won, it said.
Kia sells the K9 mainly in the United States and Middle Eastern markets. It has yet to decide on when to export the upgraded K9 to those markets, a company spokesman said.
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