Friday, March 24, 2017

2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale

2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale
2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale

The Kia Sportage is an above-average crossover that will be noted for its tasteful interior and noticed for its polarizing face. While it falls short of the segment’s elite, the Sportage lineup encompasses three competent models, including a sporty turbo version. A long list of premium features, such as adaptive headlights and high-tech safety assists, are pluses that balance its disappointing fuel economy and cramped cargo area.

What’s New for 2017?


2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale
2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale

The Sportage is all new for 2017, and the change is most apparent in its odd front-end styling, with a grille that makes it look as if it's getting its baby teeth. Kia increased the Sportage’s size by stretching the wheelbase and overall length, which has resulted in added room for passengers and more cargo space, although it’s still not as spacious as the competition. Inside the curvy sheetmetal, the redesigned interior benefits from an improved layout and upgraded materials. Beneath the surface, the Sportage sports a stiffer structure, a pair of retuned engines, and suspension and steering enhancements. On the technology front, Kia’s third generation of UVO infotainment software is now available, as are a slew of active safety assists, including rear cross-traffic alert and automated emergency braking.


Standard Feature Highlights

• 5.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system 
• Power-adjustable exterior mirrors
• Remote keyless entry

Trims and Options We’d Choose


2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale
2017 Kia Sportage sx turbo version for sale

The mid-level EX trim combines an affordable price with a plethora of fancy features. Starting at $26,595, the EX is only a couple thousand dollars more than the base LX, but it includes extra tech and upgraded interior appointments. While the SX Turbo provides excellent performance and a longer list of luxury lineaments, those upgrades come with stunted fuel economy and aren’t worth the $7000 premium. That said, we stand behind the better value provided by the EX’s standard 2.4-liter inline-four and front-wheel drive, which are more than adequate for most driving scenarios. However, if you seek the bad-weather confidence of all-wheel drive, you can purchase that additional security on any Sportage for $1500. Beyond the aforementioned standard features, the EX adds:

• 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
• 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat
• Leather-appointed interior
• Heated front seats



Source : Carandriver.com

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