2016 Kia Sorento Reviews Specifications
2016 Kia Sorento powered by a trio of engines, which is paired with a six-speed automatic and front-wheel drive, but can all be selected with all-wheel-drive system. The entry-level Sorento is supported with 185 hp 2.4-liter I-4 that produced 178 lb-ft of torque, which is good for the EPA estimate 21/29 mpg with FWD city/highway, and 21/26 mpg with AWD. The 2.0 liter turbocharged we found I-4 should be most suitable for crossover, with 240 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque, and EPA estimated 20/27 mpg with FWD and 19/25 mpg with AWD. The third-row seats are not available on four models of turbo.
Towing capacity is 3,500 pounds reasonable (versus 2,000 pound pound-4 and up to 5,000 basis with the V-6), which we speculated, “it seems more than enough for most people looked at the Kia.” Available 3.5-liter V-6 produces 332 hp and 253 lb-ft of torque, but rated for 18/26 mpg, FWD or AWD regardless of. With 260 lb-ft of torque from 1,450 rpm -3,500 turbo 2.0 liter I-4 in EX and SX models is our favorite, with plenty of torque most frequently used rev-range, economic and reasonable towing some capacity.
In segment three line Sorento crossover, is one of the more affordable entry. Buyers can step up to EX for about $ 30,000 to get as standard features, 2016 Kia Sorento such as a heated exterior mirrors with LED turn signals, the UVO infotainment system, leather seats, dual zone climate control, eight-way power seat driver/passenger, heated front seats, headlight and projector.
Step up to the limited trim level (MSRP of just under $ 40,000) will add to the panoramic roof, heated outboard seats for the second row, ventilation for front seats, front fog lamp, power liftgate Nappa leather with high adjustment of programmed, one-touch auto up/down for all windows, keyless entry handsfree by pressing the Start button, rear AIR CONDITIONING (based on V-6 models), and a heated steering wheel. Optional features include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and forward collision warning.
2016 Kia Sorento have not been tested by the NHTSA’S crash, but is considered a Top Safety Pick by 2015 the IIHS.
What we think
the revised Kia Sorento 2016 has been greatly improved. In a review Driven Sorento 2016 which we say, “what you will see most is a new steering system. Hardware electric-assist steering rack is mounted on is now itself instead of the steering column, and the result is a clean, well weighted feel from the steering wheel in corners, though a bit dead on Center.
2016 Kia Sorento We also added, “updated with improved suspension shock helps make Sorento easy fight, when we find the winding roads around Lake Tahoe during a windy storm ambushed us. And as an added bonus, the crossovers are immune to grueling road and wind noise. ” We enjoyed driving a 4-engine turbo model, noting it has more than enough power and towing capacity are reasonable, but only the base of the I-4 and V-6 models can be equipped with a third row of seating.
2016 Kia Sorento a significant step forward in appearance, quality, and performance, but the premium crossover categories have been filled with great options,” we wrote in a review. “As before, the main advantage of Sorento against competitors still lies in the price. We’ll see if the new Sorento saw that customers give them more for their money when the crossover hits showroom
With an MSRP of $ 25,795 and runs between $ 42,195 (including destination fees $ 895) Sorento is a blend of three full line and was able to. AWD is $ 1,800 an option on all models except the base L.
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