The newest Kia vehicle is here in Garden Grove. Yes, the renowned Kia Sorento is here for the 2019 model year. Midsize SUVs like the Sorento are so popular because they are extremely versatile and practical. The Sorento is no different. With a couple different engine options, drivers with all sorts of performance preferences will be satisfied. We will touch on performance specifics below.
The 2019 Sorento comes with a slew of standard technological features that make the drive enjoyable for everyone inside. These include a seven-inch touchscreen display, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a rear backup camera, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, remote keyless entry, and an EcoMinder fuel efficiency indicator. Keep reading to learn more about what this new SUV has to offer.
There are six different trim levels available with the 2019 Sorento. The base trim (L) and the LX feature a 2.4-liter inline-four-cylinder engine powered by 185 horses at 6,000 RPM. This is the most efficient engine option as it averages 29 highway and 22 city MPG. Shoppers looking at the LX trim have the option to upgrade to a 3.3-liter V6 engine with 290 horsepower at 6,400 RPM. That same engine comes standard on the EX, SX, and SX Limited trims. Despite its larger size, the V6 engine doesn't lose much in terms of efficiency (26 highway, 19 city).
Safety is the name of the game. The fanciest, most expensive car in the world is rendered useless if it doesn't have top-notch safety features. Standard technologies include blind spot monitoring, a headlight washer, a rollover sensor, hill-start assist, and front and rear crumple zones. Lane-departure warning, park assist, and LED head- and taillights are all available perks. Please ask us any safety questions you have. We are dedicated to customer service, and that includes keeping you as safe and informed as possible.
Depending on who you ask, the style and design of a vehicle is the most important aspect. The Sorento features a gorgeously crafted exterior with a sporty grille and available fog lights. The L and LX trims come with a matte black grille whereas the EX trim comes with a gloss black grille and the SX features a dark metallic grille. Little differences like those give each trim level a unique identity. Available design and style features include a panoramic sunroof, accent illumination, window sunshades, leather seat trim, and leather-trimmed accents. Solar control, privacy glass is standard on all trims.
If you have read enough to pique your interest, we recommend that you come check out the 2019 Sorento for yourself. You can take it for a test spin, talk to our sales team, or just take a carefree walk around our showroom. Come on down and learn more about this great new SUV!