The four trim levels of the 2021 Kia Stinger are the GT-Line, the GT, the GT1, and the GT2. Their names being similar might make it hard to distinguish between them, but we hope that our trim level comparison page will help you delve into some differences, especially for the GT-Line and GT2 trim levels, which are the lowest and highest options respectively. Keep reading our 2021 Kia Stinger trim level comparison to learn more about this model with Briggs Kia.
If you’ve set yourself a strict budget for your next car, then that might be the only thing you are worried about. Choosing a trim level based on price isn’t a bad way to go. Getting the highest one in your price range will get you the most possible features without breaking the bank. The MSRPs of the four trim levels of the 2021 Kia Stinger are as follows:
-$33,090 for the GT-Line
-$39,590 for the GT
-$45,490 for the GT1
-$50,390 for the GT2
The 2021 Kia Stinger GT-Line, also called the base trim level, has a 2 L 4-cylinder turbo engine that creates up to 255 horsepower. That is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Up in front, the 2021 Kia Stinger GT-Line features a 7-inch touch-screen display which can also be used as a rear-camera display to see what is behind your vehicle when you put it in reverse. Other notable features of this trim level include a wireless phone charger, a smart key with a push-button ignition, and rear parking sensors.
Opposite the GT-Line, we have the 2021 Kia Stinger GT2, the highest available trim level. The GT2 trim level features a Surround View Monitor (SVM). An SVM is an upgrade on the traditional rear-view camera that other trim levels have. It can show many different angles of your vehicle on the display screen, rather than only showing a view of what is behind the vehicle.