2016 Kia Sorento LX

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Kia Sorento Details

L4, 2.4L; DOHC 16V; GDI
Dark Cherry
119,946 Miles
interior color
Satin Black
stock number
YES Essentials premium cloth

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About This 2016 Kia Sorento

*AWD* *Priced below Market!* *This 2016 Kia Sorento LX will sell fast *Back-up Camera* *Bluetooth* *Satellite Radio* *Steering Wheel Controls* *Aux Audio Input* Automatic Headlights AM/FM Radio *Rear Spoiler* *Stability Control* ABS Brakes *Please let us help you with finding the ideal New, Used, or Certified vehicle.along with getting you the best prices and incentives available and explaining the purchase, lease, and financing options.* *Our vehicles are value priced and move quickly. Be sure to call us to confirm availability and to schedule a hassle free test drive! We are located at: 21502 E George Gee Ave, Liberty Lake, WA 99019. Call 866-640-8859 to confirm availability.

Features & Options

  • Rear mounted camera
  • Brake assist system
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • DYNAMAX automatic full-time AWD
  • 2.4L I-4 gasoline direct injection
  • DOHC
  • variable valve control
  • regular unleaded
  • engine with 185HP
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Immobilizer
  • Bluetooth handsfree wireless device connectivity
  • UVO smart device app link
  • UVO2 external memory control
  • Electronic stability control system with anti-roll
  • Hill start assist
  • Heated rear wiper park
  • Manual reclining rear seats
  • Manual rear child safety door locks
  • Heated driver and passenger side door mirrors
  • Driver selectable steering effort
  • Manual tilting steering wheel
  • Manual telescopic steering wheel
  • 17 x 7-inch front and rear silver aluminum wheels
  • P235/65TR17 AS BSW front and rear tires
  • YES Essentials premium cloth front seat upholstery
  • 6 airbags
  • Driver front impact airbag
  • Seat mounted side impact driver airbag
  • Curtain first and second-row overhead airbags
  • Passenger front impact airbag
  • Seat mounted side impact front passenger airbag
  • Airbag occupancy sensor
  • Auto-locking doors
  • 6-speed automatic
  • Selectable mode transmission
  • YES Essentials premium cloth rear seat upholstery
  • Manual climate control
  • Cabin air filter
  • Rear under seat climate control ducts
  • Rear headliner/pillar climate control ducts
  • Rear console climate control ducts
  • 4 12V power outlets
  • Transmission electronic control
  • Sportmatic Sequential shift control
  • Automatic
  • Projector beam headlights
  • Halogen headlights
  • Auto on/off headlight control
  • Delay-off headlights
  • Bucket front seats
  • Driver seat with 6-way directional controls
  • Heated windshield wiper park
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2016 KIA Sorento SX Limited V6 AWD Review

Kia's 3-row crossover is all-new for 2016 and I’ve already spent a week with one, having experienced its maturation as a renewed force in the 7-passenger segment. This time around, though, I'm going top-of-the-line with the Sorento SX Limited V6 AWD.

The price range between the base Sorento L and the Limited is nearly $20,000…not unusual, as manufacturers try to craft a variety of trims to suit customer tastes and spending power. But who doesn’t occasionally dream of owning the best? When it comes to new cars, there typically seems to be two camps; one that likes them lean and cheap with presumably less to go wrong and the other that is willing to dig deeper for the most accoutrements and the associated pride of having the top model. This Sorento SXL V6 has every factory installed option. It starts at $42,195, tacks on $1,800 for all-wheel drive and another $2,500 for the only available package – the Technology grouping. All told, the MSRP is $46,495. Undoubtedly, some will find that to be an absurd amount for a Kia while others will find the overall offering satisfying enough to part with the cash.

So what does that nifty L add to the SX V6 model? Well, that gets you 19” chrome finish wheels, chrome sill trim accent, a heated wood and leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, premium Nappa leather seat trim, cooled front seats, and heated rear seats. Additionally, the Technology Package invites Xenon headlights, a lane departure and collision warning system, smart cruise control, an electronic parking brake and the very helpful Surround View Monitor.

With the addition of the beautiful ivory interior and the tech package this SX Limited definitely has a premium feel.

It looks great and its design garnered praise all week.

The family and I really like the Sorento and our 2nd go-around hasn't altered our opinions. Powerful, quiet, spacious, feature laden and mostly easy to use; Kia has done a very fine job here.

The lack of clutter in the cabin, the excellent UVO infotainment system and the useful driver information display contribute to the Sorento’s very likeable persona. And I say mostly easy to use simply because manipulating the rear seating could use a little bit of massaging. For instance, dropping the 2nd row is conveniently accomplished by levers but unless the 2nd row is positioned as far back as possible, you still have to go to the rear door to fold it flat.

One of the bummers about the rear seating configuration in the Sorento is that 3rd row access can only be had from the passenger side.

The seats do slide and recline and the 3rd row is relatively accommodating with its own climate control. The panoramic roof contributes to its airiness. There’s a hand-free liftgate too than senses when you’re standing near it with the key fob on your body, but that feature along with the approach lighting, folding mirrors and smart entry worked only sporadically this week.

The drive and ride quality are impressive, even if the steering is still a bit aloof. There’s a hushed silence to the cabin, the 290-horsepower 3.3-liter V6 is a muscular motor and the suspension has a class-above sophistication, comfortably squelching rough roads while maintain dignity in the curves. The 6-speed auto and torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system contribute nicely to the Sorento’s competent drivability. Mileage is rated at 19mpg in combined driving.

But lurking out there is a similarly priced, even more stocked and fuel efficient Honda Pilot Elite…a competitor too good to ignore. And though the Sorento has some advantages, the Honda badge creates a gravitational pull perhaps too strong to resist. Still, the Sorento is a big winner that’ll please its owners.