A hatch door rattle, a faulty sensor and warped rear rotors due to repeated performance tests - hardly something that would be an exception in a car with 30k miles. Reading the CD article I did not get an impression that they were "unimpressed" by the car.
It's hard to ignore the fact that no news might very well be good news for the Stinger. It's survived a full Michigan winter without a single bent wheel, and when it's cleaned up, it looks the business, prompting one staffer to point out that the Stinger breeds its own brand of exclusivity—that of being not just a striking, quick sedan, but also being Korean.
Calmness has mostly returned to the Stinger's driving experience as of this check-in, and we're blaming the remaining, relatively insignificant, freeway-speed vibrations on the Kia's winter tires, which have seen a season of abuse without needing to be rebalanced.