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News The Redesigned 2022 Kia Forte is Now on Sale in Canada, Starting...

The Redesigned 2022 Kia Forte is Now on Sale in Canada, Starting From $18,295

The 2022 Kia Forte is currently reaching dealers across Canada

  • The Forte and Forte5 received cosmetic and technical changes in 2022 to remain up to date

  • The powertrains remain the same

  • Prices for all versions are comprised between $18,295 and $30,995

The 2022 Kia Forte and Forte5 have received styling modifications inside and outside as well as improvements to some driver assistance systems in order to keep up to date.

These new models are now reaching dealerships across Canada and they will be sold for prices ranging from $18,295 and $30,995.

The most noticeable changes are the ones made to the front and rear of the vehicle, which now feature more aggressive styling touches designed to make the Forte look more dynamic than before.

The Forte sedan is offered in 6 trim levels and the Forte5 hatchback is offered in 3 trim levels.

The GT-Line version is a new trim level for the sedan which includes elements to give an even sportier appearance, such as 17-inch alloy wheels and a sport steering wheel.

The GT Limited versions are the range toppers for both the Forte and Forte5 models and they come equipped with a turbocharged 1.6L four-cylinder engine that produces 201 horsepower. This engine is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.

Inside, changes include a larger screen in the instrument cluster in every model and a larger infotainment touch screen in the GT and GT Line, measuring 4.2 inches and 10.25 inches respectively. The standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto now feature wireless capabilities.

Many modifications have also been made to the driver assistance features, such as the Lane Keeping Assist and Highway Driving Assist. New for this year is a Safe Exit Warning system that alerts passengers to incoming traffic when they try to exit the vehicle on a busy road.

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