2016 Kia Sorento

Up to 21 MPG city / 29 MPG hwy
$24,900 - $43,100

Kia is very much aware of the importance in bringing a strong player to the crowded, competitive market that is the Crossover Utility Vehicle segment, and going against titans like the CR-V and RAV4 means there is little room for error. They must be doing something right as Sorento is a regular atop Kia's sales charts with its sharp and approachable aesthetic appeal and wealth of options and packaging. Between all its trim levels and drive train variations, from a base 2.4-liter I4 LX, to a 3.5-liter V6 AWD SX, the Sorento is offered in ten different configurations - ten! If cargo is the concern, five-passenger seating offers a generous 37 cubic feet for bringing some IKEA cabinets home to the new pad. If people is the problem, seven-passenger seating is available with 10-speakers to serenade all three rows while steering wheel mounted audio controls make sure hands stay where they need to be to get everyone home safely. Power-folding mirrors and rear sonar back up sensors elevate the CUV to a competitive level of loaded. Plus, with Kia's 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty the Sorento will always be up for whatever job its versatility invites. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Decent gas mileage for an suv Poor gas mileage - inaccurate gas mileage rating
The transmission is real smooth I hit my head sometimes getting over the edge of the seat
Safety air bags all around gives peace of mind with children in rear seats I do not like the pocket for the 3rd row seat
Awd and semi automatic great for new england winter driving My wife complained no height adjustment up and down
Driving dynamics - very smooth, feels like driving a car. Third row seat access - not properly planned out
Power on take off - top end Running boards get in the way; car isn't high enough to need them
Vehicle interior - everything we wanted, love convenience package! Visors do not block the sun at all
Kia has invested a lot of quality workmanship Not a lot of leg room in 2nd & 3rd row seats
Heated seats & seat comfort Very stiff ride. not what i expected from such a luxurious looking vehicle.
Rearview camera and warning system are outstanding Wood grain trim is awful