Toyota or Kia: Only 1 in 16 People Can Correctly Identify the Make of These Vehicles. Can You?

AUTO

Kennita Leon

5 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

It's the battle of Korea vs. Japan. Are you enough of an auto fan to know who made the vehicles on our quiz? Let's find out if you'll ace this test or fail miserably.

Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Prius is a hybrid, electric, 5-door fastback produced by the Toyota company since 1997.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia Sportage was produced in two styles; a 3-door convertible and a 5-door SUV.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Tundra was the first North American pickup truck manufactured by the Japanese company Toyota.

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Who made this vehicle?

Manufactured during 1992 to 2003, the Kia Sephia, compact car, was the first car to be built by Kia using their own chassis.

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Who made this vehicle?

Produced and sold worldwide by Japan since 1982, the Toyota Camry has developed from a compact 4-door sedan to a mid-size, 5-door liftback.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota MR2, manufactured from 1984 to 2007, is a two-seater, mid-engine, sports car; the first of its kind to be manufactured by Japan.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Supra was a sports car manufactured from 1978 to 2002 and was designed after the Toyota Celica.

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Who made this vehicle?

Preceded by the Kia Sephia, the Kia Spectra was manufactured from 2000 to 2009 as a compact car.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia Sedona is the third generation of the Kia Carnival; a minivan first manufactured in September 1998.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Tacoma is a compact pickup truck that has been manufactured in the United States since 1995.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Yaris is a subcompact car which replaced the Starlet in 1999. This car is incredibly popular all around the world.

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Who made this vehicle?

First manufactured in 2000, the Kia Optima is a mid-sized, 4-door sedan marketed in Europe as the Kia Magentis.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Masterace was a 4-door wagon officially introduced as the Toyota Townace in 1982.

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Who made this vehicle?

A more recent sub-compact car, the Kia Rio was produced in 2000. Despite its size, people like it, and it is still being manufactured today.

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Who made this vehicle?

As the first compact, crossover SUV, the Toyota Rav4 was introduced to Japan and Europe in 1994 and North America in 1995.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia Rondo is a small-sized multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) launched in 1999 as the Kia Carens.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Venza was a mid-sized, crossover SUV manufactured from 2008 to 2015.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia Sorento is a 5-door SUV produced since 2002. To this day, new models of this vehicle are still being made by Kia, due to its popularity.

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Who made this vehicle?

Derived from the Toyota Corolla, the Toyota Matrix is a hatchback manufactured in Ontario, Canada.

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Who made this vehicle?

Also known as the Toyota Hilux Surf, the Toyota 4Runner is an SUV first manufactured in 1984.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia Spectra is a compact car first produced in 2000, succeeding the Kia Sephia.

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Who made this vehicle?

Sold in North America under the name Kia Borrego, this automobile was officially introduced as the Kia Mohave in 2008.

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Who made this vehicle?

Considered Kia's flagship, the Kia Amanti or Kia Opirus is an executive car introduced in 2003.

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Who made this vehicle?

First produced in 2000, the Toyota Sequoia is an SUV that was designed after and inspired by the Toyota Tundra.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia GT is a sports sedan and Kia's first concept car with rear-wheel drive.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Prius Prime is considered the most advanced hybrid produced by Toyota and comes with three driving modes to increase fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Toyota Sienna is a minivan produced in Indiana since 1997, replacing the Previa.

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Who made this vehicle?

A 2+2-seater sports car, the Toyota 86, manufactured by Subaru, is the offspring of the collaboration between Toyota and Subaru.

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Who made this vehicle?

A long name for a small car, the Kia Forte Koupe Mud Bogger was built specifically for off-road ventures.

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Who made this vehicle?

Introduced in 2000, the Toyota Highlander is a crossover SUV that is also known by the name the Toyota Kluger.

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Who made this vehicle?

One of Toyota's largest front-wheel-drive sedans, the Toyota Avalon is a full-sized car that has been produced in the United States of America since 1994.

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Who made this vehicle?

Launched in 2014, the Kia GT4 Stinger is a 6-speed manual engine, rear-drive sports car.

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Who made this vehicle?

One of Kia's smallest cars, the Kia Picanto is a city car produced since 2004 and is referred to as the Kia Morning in some Asian countries.

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Who made this vehicle?

Based on the Kia Bongo, the Kia Pregio is a rear-wheel drive minivan that has been manufactured since 1995.

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Who made this vehicle?

Produced from 1954 to 1989, the Toyota Stout was a light truck manufactured under the same platform as the Toyota Dyna.

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Who made this vehicle?

Originally designed as a city car for the South Korean government fleets, the Kia Ray, introduced in 2012 was the first battery electric vehicle produced by the company.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia Pride is a subcompact car produced during two periods; 1987-2000 and 2005-2011.

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Who made this vehicle?

Toyota's longest-running series, the Toyota Landcruiser is a 4-wheel drive vehicle that has been manufactured since 1951.

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Who made this vehicle?

A 2-door fastback sports car, only 351 Toyota 2000GTs were manufactured between 1967 and 1970.

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Who made this vehicle?

Recently introduced in 2016, the Kia Telluride is a full-size, seven-seater, concept car. The 2018 model is set to be priced around $40, 000.

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Who made this vehicle?

Considered a quirky-styled vehicle, the Kia Soul is a small crossover ideal for back-road ventures.

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Who made this vehicle?

A smaller version of the Toyota Crown, the Toyota Corona was a mid-sized compact car manufactured from 1957 to 2003.

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Who made this vehicle?

Manufactured specifically for the European market, the Kia Cee'd is a 3-door hatchback that was introduced in 2006.

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Who made this vehicle?

Commencing production in 2017, the Kia Stonic is a subcompact, crossover SUV; it is said to be stylish, even with its small size.

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Who made this vehicle?

The Kia K900 is a luxury sedan with rear-wheel drive and was first launched in 2017.

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Who made this vehicle?

More commonly known as the Toyota Celica XX, the Toyota Supra Turbo is a sports car designed after the Toyota Celica and produced from 1978 to 2002.

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Who made this vehicle?

Replacing the Kia Amanti in 2010, the Kia Cadenza is a luxurious, 4-door sedan marketed under the name Kia K7 in South Korea.

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Who made this vehicle?

One of the best-selling cars in the entire world, the Toyota Corolla is a compact and subcompact car that has been manufactured since 1966.

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Who made this vehicle?

A hybrid, subcompact, crossover SUV, the Kia Niro was first introduced in 2016.

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