2018 Kia Sorrento Best Buy for Your Money

2018 Kia Sorrento Best Buy for Your Money

When looking for an SUV, there are three main factors that most buyers consider. They are the space, the comfort and performance, and the price. The 2018 KIA Sorento proves to be the best buy for your money bringing a careful balance to all of these factors and providing the buyers with a well thought out design with sufficient power and space for the budget.

Space

The KIA Sorento is a 3-row SUV with plenty of space for a mid-sized SUV. The solid cabin provides plenty of silence and a smooth and comfortable ride for all the occupants. The Sorento ranks highly with regards to space with all the seats in place and with the second and third rows of seating folded down. You have more space for your occupants and also for your luggage. The buyer will have the option of choosing whether they want the 2-row version or they would prefer the 3-row option so that one can choose more cargo space instead of an additional row of seats.

Comfort and Performance

The 2018 KIA Sorento puts out a sizzling 290 Horsepower and reaches 60MPH in just 7.2 seconds. This paired with a consumption of just 17 miles per gallon in the city and 23 miles per gallon on the highway gives you a top performance SUV with modest fuel consumption.

With ample space and a carefully crafted interior, multiple features, and large comfortable seats, the Sorento takes care of the passengers as well as the driver. It offers more headroom and leg room for better comfort.

Price

With such impressive features and performance, paying a premium for the 2018 KIA Sorento is expected. However, to keep the car affordable, the manufacturer has offered a broad price base allowing customers to choose from a wide range of trims based on how much they would like to spend on the car.

There is no question that the Sorento will be a great addition to the 5-seater and 7-seater market for a more affordable vehicle than the competition. 

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