Panoramic Sunroof, Heated Steering Wheel, Heated Front Seats, Rear View Camera, 8” Multimedia Interface, Apple CarPlay / Android Auto Smartphone Integration, Remote Start, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist, Lane Keep Assist System, Blind Spot Detection Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Smart Key with Push-Button Start, Wireless Phone Charger, AM/FM/MP3 radio, USB Audio Input and Charging Port, Bluetooth Hands-Free Cell Phone Connectivity, Dual 12V Cabin Power Outlets, 12V Rear Power Outlet, Steering Wheel-Mounted Audio Controls, 60:40 Split-Folding Rear Seats, Rear Center Armrest, Dual-Level Cargo Floor, 18″ Machined-Finish Alloy Wheels, 2.4L 4-Cylinder, 6-Speed Sportmatic Automatic, Dynamax All-Wheel Drive (AWD), Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 5,998 kms
Review: 2020 Kia Sportage – Loaded with character, value, and downright common sense. Solid build quality, More than ample performance, and Surprisingly fun to drive. The Sportage has transformed into a refined, peppy, and quirky looking urban runabout. Perhaps, more importantly, is how much the product’s overall build quality has grown in such a short time, giving more established brands a solid run for their money.
The current-generation Sportage does not try to beat its rivals with cargo space statistics and fancy fuel economy claims, but rather comes out of left field as something fresh and a little funky. And for 2020, that formula has been massaged to near perfection.
The immediate standout feature when driving the Sportage, or any recent Kia product for that matter, is the straight-forwardness and impeccable build quality of its interior. Volume knobs have a solid, springy feel to them, gauges are big, clear and easy to read, and the infotainment system’s large icons and well-thought out menus allow it to remain up there as one of the industry’s best.
The Sportage simply gets the job done. Shift its six-speed automatic transmission into gear via a conventional gear lever, smash the throttle, and this little rascal gets up and goes in an urgent and energetic, yet efficient matter. The chassis is super solid, road noise is surprisingly low during highway cruising and handling is, dare we say it, spirited and fun, allowing you to carry speed effortlessly without too much drama.
In our book, the Sportage is by far a better value proposition than anything in this class. A vehicle is mostly about how it makes you feel behind the wheel, something Kia engineers have understood before many.
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