The South Korean based Kia manufacturer has recently announced the availability of the all-new Kia Sportage on the United States market, the cheapest version costing $22,900.
The new Sportage will be available in three versions: the LX from $22,900, EX from $25,500 as well as the SX Turbo from a higher $32,500.
The Kia Sportage LX entry-level is available with standard LED DRLs, updated rear spoiler, chrome window surround, rear privacy glass, as well as the 17-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the cabin is fully tweaked with a 5-inch touchscreen, 3.5-inch LCD cluster, DMS with three modes: Normal Eco and Sport, while under the hood, the variant packs a four-cylinder GDI with 181 horsepower and a six-speed automatic.
Next, the EX mid-range version adds more goodies, like fog lights and the 18-inch alloys at the exterior, while the interior receives the leather seats, push-button start, glass black exterior, smart key and so on.
In case you want the EX Premium Package, then you will have to pay off another $1,900, for which you will get the mirror-integrated LED turn signals, power folding side mirrors, LED interior lighting or heated steering wheel.
Finally, the top of the line Sportage SX Turbo is available with a lot of additional features, like bi-xenon HID headlights, LED fog lights and taillights, satin exterior, front and rear metal-look skid plates, as well as the 19-inch alloy wheels.
The interior comes with gloss black trims, dashboard stitching, flat-bottomed steering wheel, while in the engine department, the topper brags with 240 horsepower.