The Kia Enterprise is a sedan built by Kia Motors, based on the Mazda Sentia. It was made available for sale in 1998. It was powered by one of three Mazda-sourced petrol engines of 2.5, 3.0, or 3.6 litres. As before, Kia's full size sedan was based on a Mazda platform and its predecessor was called the Kia Potentia. The Enterprise has a FR layout with multilink front and rear suspension. In 2002, it was replaced by the Kia Opirus, a platform shared with the Hyundai Grandeur. The Enterprise was a left hand drive vehicle, while the Sentia was right hand drive.
Like many other cars from Kia, The Enterprise is based on another vehicle - the Enterprise is based on the Mazda Sentia. The Enterprise was first available for sale in 1998. The Enterprise was powered by a Mazda sourced petrol engine with 2.5, 3.0 and 3.6 litres, which proved lacklustre performance but excellent reliability. The Enterprise had a FR layout with Multilink front an rear suspension. In 2002, it wis replaced by the Kia Opirus