Commencement season is upon us, and many newly-minted college grads will find themselves in need of many things as they embark on the next chapter of their lives. A car would be one of those items, and here at Taylor Kia, serving the Toledo, Detroit and Cleveland areas, we think a new Kia would be a fine choice. However, we aren't the only ones who agree with this. Total Car Score ranked one popular Kia model on its list of 'Top Cars for College Grads.'

The 2012 Kia Forte was named to the list for its value and efficiency, offering a reliable vehicle for cost conscious drivers. Other factors like safety, comfort, performance and style were taken into account, and you know the 2012 Forte has all those.

On top of making the list, the Kia Forte was also found to be the most affordable among the vehicles selected. The Total Car Score derives its rankings from major industry authorities like IIHS, NHTSA, along with many others to compile an aggregate overview of each vehicle. With those accolades in hand, along with features like USB/iPod connectivity, Bluetooth hands-free calling, and a 10-year/100,000 mile warranty, we wonder if the other models even stood a chance.

The smart and youthful characteristics of the Kia Forte are its appeal to young drivers, but the compact car also packs a punch with its versatile powertrain options which has up to three different types to choose from as well, and with a starting MSRP of $15,200 on baselines models, and up to $19.600 for higher-end trims, we can see why Total Car Score rated the Kia Forte so highly.

If you'd like to find out more about the 2012 Forte or any other new Kia, stop in to Taylor Kia during regular business hours. Located at 6300 W Central Avenue, Toledo, OH 43615, we'd be more than happy to answer any questions. For those new grads who need some new wheels, we can also discuss the various Kia lease and finance options available to you, as well as arrange a test drive at your convenience.

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