The Kia Sorento has returned yet again. The 2013 model seems to have no major mechanical changes, but rather clever new features that make it value-rich.
Maintaining its winning comfort, style and performance, the Sorento is reported to be a smooth drive, with plenty of alignment options. After winning Best SUV in 2010 and 2011 at the Total 4x4 Awards, the Sorento has much to live up to.
After inspection, it is safe to say that its engine, transmissions, traction systems and seating configuration options all add together to appeal to almost any wagon buyer. The cabin material may not be as lush as you expect, but it’s a minor area that allows you to save largely on the vehicle.
All Sorento models come standard with air conditioning, power features, Bluetooth, 6 airbags, Xenon lights, a start/stop button and a MP3/USB/iPod port. However should you wish to indulge, high-tech features like navigation, an auto-dimming rear view mirror with garage door openers and a heated steering wheel are extra-cost options.
Interested in the Kia Sorento? Book a test drive today to experience the lushness of the vehicle first-hand.