Kia Sorento Video Review -- Kelley Blue Book
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When it was first introduced to the US, the Kia Sorento featured a
traditional SUV body-on-frame design. Now in its 2nd generation the Sorento
has morphed into a unibody crossover utility vehicle. Along with a
fundamental shift in structure, the Sorento now features optional third-row
seats, an aggressive new appearance and improved ride and handling.
Kia Sorento crash tested - What Car?
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The Kia Sorento 4x4 has a roomy cabin and a massive boot. It scored a
maximum of five stars in Euro NCAP's crash tests, and the diesel engine is
It's poor to drive and the ride is unsettled. The interior plastics feel
cheap, but the car's price isn't.
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2011 Kia Sorento Test Drive - Autoline Daily 272
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restructuring in the auto industry, a report says that there is still way
too much overcapacity. Porsche is suing a shoe company over naming its
sandal the Cayman. All that and more, plus a look at the all-new Kia
2014 KIA Sorento Muddy Off-Road AWD Review (Part 1)
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2014 KIA Sorento is 80 percent new. From
the outside it might look like a slight refreshed car, but it has a new
direct injected 3.3L V-6 engine, new interior and new suspension set-up. It
also three rows of seats and and all-wheel-drive. Of course most people
will use the 2014 KIA Sorento as a family and stuff hauling machine but we
figured if it can tackle the Colorado Mountains it can tackle the very
worse snow storm that buyers might even face. In other fun and informative
part 1 TFLcar review, we take the new 2014 KIA Sorento off-road to see how
it does when the road turns muddy, steep and snowy.
Kia Sorento 2.2 CRDI sous la neige
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2010 Kia Sorento Car Review Video NRMA Drivers Seat
Join Jaedene Hudson from NRMA Drivers Seat as she reviews the Kia Sorento
From Kia "Introducing the next generation Sorento. An SU V built for urban
living but created by designers who have drawn on their deep-seated
understanding of off-road technology. The result is a car that doesn't
compromise on capability and meets your needs for comfort, style and
performance. If you want to drive in style and make the most of your
leisure time, then you're sure to appreciate what the next generation
Sorento has to offer.
Sorento is both dynamic in style and fresh in spirit, and the inspiring
cabin won't disappoint.With its beautifully defined lines and cohesive
suite of intuitive controls, the cockpit is the perfect backdrop to make
driving a pleasure. The soft push of the engine START /STOP button is your
first introduction to the quality fittings, followed by the sporty
instrument cluster and the crisp styling of the audio controls.
Downhill Brake Control (DBC ) and Hill-start Assist Control (HAC ) help
control the vehicle's speed, wheel spin and rollback. Now wet, snowy or
loose surfaces need not be a problem. Sorento's monocoque design is
lightweight and has a high level of strength and rigidity. This has been
enhanced further with various reinforcements, including a rollover hoop and
a safety chassis featuring ultra-high tension steel plates to absorb energy
under impact. Combine this with safety features such as SRS airbags,
seatbelt pre-tensioners and Electronic Stability Program and you'll feel
confident that the next generation Sorento is a very safe place to be.
Roadfly.com - 2011 Kia Sorento Road Test & Review
Completely overhauled and redesigned for 2011, the all-new Kia Sorento
boasts a fresh look and some cool new features. Host Emme Hall spent a week
in the SUV and was thoroughly impressed.
Previously based on a truck's frame, the 2011 has been turned into a more
reliable unibody frame, and the Sorento is all the better for it.
The engine is improved as well--our tester came with a 3.5L V6 engine with
276 horsepower and
248 pound-feet of torque, as well as the drivetrain changing from
rear-wheel drive to front-wheel drive. Gas mileage is roughly 19 mpg in the
city and 25 mpg on the highway.
Inside, the Sorento has room to spare. With a new third row of seats, you
can fit up to 7 passengers inside this modestly-sized crossover. With the
seats down, your cargo space is enormous and well-suited to haul whatever
your junk might be.
The interior, in addition, is improved. Amenities are bountiful, you have
Bluetooth/wireless integration, iPod connectivity, dual-zone climate
control, a whole slew of audio and satellite radio options. The seats are a
little on the plain side, but match well with its no-nonsense exterior.
Plus, the two-row sunroof is a great and much-appreciated addition.
And, all things considered, the list of safety options on the Sorento is
staggering, with an onslaught of airbags and electronic safety features
that will surely make for a safe ride for you and your family.
Manufactured at Kia's brand new factory in West Point, Georgia, the 2011
Sorento is born and bred here in the United States, and is a welcome
competitor in the hotly contested crossover-SUV market. Starting at
$33,895, with an as tested price of $35,890, the all-new Sorento is a huge
cause to give Kia a very serious look when compared to its many competitors
in its segment.
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Vehicle: 2011 Kia Sorento
Base Price: $33,895
Price as tested: $35,890
Engine: DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block and heads, port fuel injection
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
horsepower: 276 hp
/ 248 lb-ft torque
0-60 MPH: 7.1 seconds
Warranty: 10 years or 100,000 miles limited powertrain warranty, 5 years or
60,000 24 hour roadside assistance
EPA: 19 city / 25 highway MPG
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