In the predictability of everyday life, the all new 2017 Kia Sorento is ready to bring a splash of adventure to your family’s routine. Its sleek design, agile handling, spacious cabin, and intuitive technology will surprise everyone in Flemington, or wherever the Sorento will take you. Many SUV’s have a good feature here or there, but the Sorento has the whole package.
In the sea of the SUV segment, the Kia Sorento makes a noticeable splash blowing competitors out of the water
The Sorento has been redesigned to exude sophistication with attitude. It’s sculpted, muscular exterior is accented with a signature tiger-nose grille, swept-back Projector Beam Headlights, and available 19-inch Chrome-Finish Alloy Wheels.
As great as the Sorento looks on the outside, you’ll feel just as great sitting on any of its seven seats. We all know that it can get cold in North Brunswick, Warrington, Trenton, Bridgewater, and Princeton, so the Sorento’s heated seats and steering wheel will come in handy. It’s designed with supreme comfort for the driver in mind, and includes a driver seat 4-way lumbar support system with memory settings so you get consistent comfort drive after drive.
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We all know it’s not just about how a vehicle looks or feels, but also how it drives. The Sorento is ready to take you for a ride powered by an all-new 2.0-liter turbo engine, striking a balance between invigorating acceleration and responsible fuel economy. Other engine options include a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder, or a daring 3.3-liter V6 AWD that has a 5,000-pound towing capacity.
Have more control over your driving experience with the Sorento’s Dynamax All-Wheel-Drive system that anticipates driving conditions, and by using the Drive Mode Select to shift between a performance driven or fuel efficient ride.
Though there are many players in the mid-size SUV game, let’s see how the Kia Sorento stacks up against the competition.
Kia Sorento vs. Toyota Highlander
We think the Sorento is both more economical, and more comfortable than the Toyota Highlander. Let’s see why:
- Save money with the Sorento’s lower $25,100 MSRP, compared to the Highlander’s $30,490.
- Spend less time and cash at the pump with the Sorento’s 21/29 mpg city/highway and smaller 18.8 gallon tank, compared to the Highlander’s 20/25 mpg and 19.2 gallon tank.
- Have your Sorento running before you even get into the car with the optional remote engine start, something missing from the Highlander.
Kia Sorento vs. Ford Edge
The Sorento is a stronger option than the Ford Edge when it comes to power, price, and features. Take a look:
- Keep more in the wallet with the Sorento’s lower MSRP of $25,100, compared to the Edge’s $28,700.
- Tow more with the Sorento’s 2.4-liter engine that can tow up to 2,000-pounds, compared to the 1,500-pound towing capacity of the Edge.
- Thaw out sooner in the winter with the Sorento’s optional remote engine start and heated mirrors, neither of which are included in the Edge’s features.
Don’t just read about it, come on in to Fred Beans Kia Flemington for a test drive, and experience the all-new 2017 Kia Sorento for yourself!